Cleanrooms are controlled environment with low levels of pollutants such as dust, microorganisms, and chemical vapors. Cleanrooms are used in a wide range of industrial processes, where pollutants may interfere and deteriorate the quality of production. In healthcare industry, cleanrooms are used in manufacture of pharmaceutical drugs, medical devices and also in research activities. Usage of cleanroom products such as gowns, face masks, gloves, overshoes, and others vary with cleanroom classification and manufacturing process of concern.
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Gloves are the most frequently used cleanroom consumable products, and accounted for largest market share in 2014. Nitrile gloves are the most widely used in cleanrooms as they provide improved comfort and elasticity, have favorable static discharge properties, and also provide with effective barrier protection. Hence, these are ideal for use in pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device manufacturing as well as hospital cleanrooms. Cleanroom apparels segment which consist garments, caps, masks, shoe covers and sleeves is the second largest segment accounting for 23% share in 2014. Cleanroom consumable products used in healthcare sector are usually single-use products to avoid contamination of end product. Overall cleanroom consumables market is saturated with products with subtle differentiation and parity pricing.
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Evolution in nanotechnology has resulted in development of more efficient and ambulatory medical devices. Blood glucose monitors, multi-parameter monitors, and innovative wearable medical devices have changed routine methods of diagnosis. Being a technology driven market, numerous local medical device manufacturers have emerged in the recent past. In attempts to manage escalating costs of development and commercialization of medical products, outsourcing business has fueled development of contract research and contact manufacturing organizations. This has led to increase in cleanrooms for research and development of medical devices. Pharmaceutical industry is growing rapidly in Asia Pacific with a number of contract research and contract manufacturing organizations emerging in the region. Countries such as South Korea, Thailand, and Singapore are emerging as leading destinations in stem cell research. These factors would fuel the healthcare cleanroom consumables market throughout the forecast period.
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North America and Europe collectively account for 64% of the global cleanroom consumables market. These regions have the largest number of technical expertise in cleanrooms. U.S., U.K., Germany, France and other countries in these regions are also home to numerous medical device and pharmaceutical drug manufacturers. However, as these markets saturate, key players have turned their focus to other developing markets such as Asia Pacific. China and India are preferred destinations for generic drugs and active pharmaceutical drug manufacturing, while Japan is second largest individual healthcare market. Healthcare cleanroom consumables market in Asia Pacific is projected to reach US$ 772.2 Mn in 2023. Major players in the cleanroom consumables market include DuPont, Kimberly-Clark Corporation, KM Corporation, Micronclean (Skegness) Limited, Micronova Manufacturing, Inc., Nitritex Ltd., Texwipe (an Illinois Tool Works, Inc. company), and Valutek.
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