The global diaphragm pumps market is anticipated to be valued at US$ 4,870.0 Million in 2022, forecast to grow at a CAGR of 6.2% to be valued at US$ 8,867.0 Million from 2022 to 2032. Growth is attributed to the increase in the development of many compact diaphragm pumps which are relatively simpler in design. From 2016-2021 a CAGR of 5.5% was registered for the diaphragm pumps market.
Diaphragm pumps are made up of a reciprocating diaphragm made of rubber or other polymeric materials, as well as check valves that control the incoming and outgoing fluid. Furthermore, the most important factor in extending the life of diaphragm pumps is the selection of a suitable diaphragm material based on the application.
Diaphragm pumps mimic this action by suctioning and discharging fluids through directed pathways using a reciprocating rubber, thermoplastic, PFTE, or flexible material and non-return valves. aIn many applications where capacity is required, double diaphragm pumps are used instead of single diaphragm pumps. The energy required for the diaphragm’s reciprocating motion can be derived from either a mechanical or a hydraulic drive.
Many compact diaphragm pumps with relatively simple designs have been developed as a result of technological advancements. This has increased the adoption of diaphragm pumps in many industries, resulting in the diaphragm pump market growing steadily during the forecast period.
Diaphragm pumps are ideal for a wide range of applications due to their variable flow control, low maintenance costs, and moderately low downtime. This leads to an increase in diaphragm pump sales.
Diaphragm pumps are used in many offshore drilling applications and are well suited to transport toxic and corrosive fluids without leakage, which tends to promote market growth during the forecast period.
The introduction of air-operated double diaphragm pumps for the transport of liquids containing large solids without the utilization of electricity is expected to drive the growth of the diaphragm pump market.
- Graco Inc.
- Dover Corporation
- Tapflo AB
- Seepex GmbH
- Verder Group
- Flowserve Corporation
- IDEX Corporation
- Xylem Inc.
- SPX Flow Technology AB
- LEWA GmbH
- Yamada Corporation
- Ingersoll Rand Plc.