Clean room purification market analysis

With the development of science and technology, people's living standards continue to improve, so the requirements for living environment and quality of life are getting higher and higher, and purification engineering technology has slowly been applied to household air purification. At present, my country's purification projects are not only applicable to electronics, electrical appliances, medicine, food, scientific research and other industries but are also likely to go to homes, public entertainment and other places, educational institutions, and so on. The continuous development of science and technology has gradually promoted purification engineering enterprises to thousands of households, and the scale of the domestic purification equipment industry is also growing. People are slowly enjoying the effects of purification engineering.
As the country supports the development of purification projects, many manufacturers of purification equipment are gradually pursuing purification engineering projects. Many purification engineering projects are low-end purification, which is cheap, simple in engineering, rough in workmanship, etc. and thus disturbs the previous purification. The original clean engineering principles of the project. While the domestic purification engineering industry is increasing, it will face greater pressure from market competition.
  Currently China's main application areas of clean technology and clean room market development: electronics, pharmaceuticals, bioengineering, medical and health, food, cosmetics and military industry.
   For 20 years, China's clean technology has a huge market space, with a market share of not less than 16.5 billion yuan (about 2 billion US dollars) every year.
   (1) Information industry
   Each year will have a market share of 5 billion yuan in clean technology:
  Among them: microelectronics-represented by integrated circuit chip production lines, at about 3 billion yuan per year. The optoelectronic-optical mechatronics industry is not less than 2 billion yuan per year.
   (2) Pharmaceutical industry
It is a relatively fast-developing field in China in recent years, providing a market share of approximately 4.5 billion yuan for clean room technology every year. The GMP certification of pharmaceutical manufacturing companies has created a business opportunity of 3 billion yuan for “clean technology”; It has a market share of 1.5 billion yuan in clean room technology.
   Clean room market development trend
   (1) With the advancement of science and technology, economic development, the application of clean technology is more and more widely.
   1. Expand from the field of microelectronic technology to the field of optoelectronic technology;
   2. Extending from the electronics industry to the pharmaceutical, medical, and bioengineering industries (2) Standards for clean rooms are high, medium, and low
   1. The cleanliness standards of the electronic information industry for clean rooms are getting higher and higher 2. The medical clean operation department divides clean operation rooms into 1-10 grades.
   3. The "Pharmaceutical Production Quality Management Standards" stipulates that the cleanliness of air in the clean room (area) of pharmaceutical production is divided into four levels.
   Fourth, the clean room market development positioning:
   (1) China clean room industry chain: After more than 20 years of exploration, growth and development, China's clean room technology has initially formed an industry chain. The protagonists of the industrial chain: design institutes, engineering companies, equipment manufacturers, agents.
   (2) In the positioning, the diversification and specialization of enterprises
   (3) The vast sea of ​​commerce, the big waves and the sand. It is estimated that in the clean room market in China, there will eventually be about 500 people (there are currently more than 200 members of the Clean Society), sharing 16.5 billion yuan/year, 90% of the market share, about 15 billion yuan. It is still a three-point pattern of large, medium and small enterprises.