Published on : Oct 09, 2019
A new research report, titled “Global Distilled Water Market Insights, Forecast to 2025,” has recently been added to the vast repository of ResearchMoz.us. The report offers an all-inclusive assessment of the global distilled water market by evaluating trends and prospects of this market at length.
The global distilled water market is gaining substantially from the rising need for pure water in chemical and biological laboratories. While non-purified water can react with chemicals and leave mineral deposits, highly-purified water or distilled water remains not reactive during chemical reactions. This non-interfering characteristic of distilled water has translated into its high demand in the chemical and the pharmaceutical industries.
The business landscape of the worldwide distilled water market is competitive. Some of the leading companies operational in this market are:
• Thermo Fisher Scientific
• Bante Instruments
According to this report, the worldwide distilled water market is mainly analyzed on two fronts: type and application. Based on the type, the market is classified into pharmaceutical-grade and industrial-grade. The demand for industrial-grade distilled water is greater than that of the pharmaceutical grade. The continued expansion in the industrial sector is fueling the demand for industrial-grade distilled water across the world.
In terms of the application, the global distilled water market is categorized into the medical sector, automotive cooling systems and batteries, chemical and biological laboratories, and drinking. Among these, chemical and biological industries have surfaced as the key consumer of distilled water, globally. With increasing research in the chemical and pharmaceutical sector, this segment is likely to remain the key consumer of distilled water in the near future.
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The report also segments the global distilled water market on the regional basis. With a large pool of chemical and biological laboratories and research centers, North America leads this market, states the report.