Bacteria Killing Light Market Size, Share, Top Companies, Development 2027
Wastewater treatment is a vital process across a wide purview of industries. The need for ensuring unhindered supply to fresh water has compelled municipal corporations to institute new and innovative methods for wastewater treatment. This factor, coupled with the development of artificial water bodies in urban regions, has caused a demand-uptick in the global bacteria killing light market. The conceptualisation of ultraviolet germicidal irradiation has made positive interventions in the growth graph of the bacteria killing light market.
The next few years would be crucial for the vendors operating in the global bacteria killing light market. The nascence of ultraviolet technology for killing bacteria requires the vendors to be prepared for incurring a high-marketing budget. The discovery of new applications of ultraviolet germicidal irradiation could aid marker growth. The global bacteria killing light market is yet to reach its stage of maturity. This market is projected to hit a threshold level of revenues in the coming years, and the growth graph could accelerate thereon.
Transparency Market Research (TMR) produced a report on the global bacteria killing light market. The global bacteria killing light market is segmented on the basis of the following parameters: product, end-user, and geography. Based on product, bacteria killing bulbs are expected to attract a large consumer base in the coming years.
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Global Bacteria Killing Light Market: Notable Developments
- UV disinfection technology used by Violet Defense has gained approval from several global entities. The company aims to protect people from the effects of harmful means of disinfection and treatment. A globally-reckoned UV germ-killing light company, Violet Defense is now looking to expand operations to South Africa. The company is collaborating with Logan Medical and Surgical (Pty) Ltd. to effectuate UV treatment in medicine.
- Crompton Greaves Consumer Electricals (CGCEL) has also joined the league of companies that produce bacteria killing light equipment. The company has recently launched a UV bulb that can kill up to 80% of bacteria over four hours of usage. As an inception strategy, the company plans to sell none-watt UV bulb in India at an affordable price of 180-190 rupees.
Some other notable companies in the bacteria killing light market are:
- UV Light Technology Limited
- Johnson & Johnson
- Reckitt Benckiser Group Plc.
- Proctor and Gambler Group