Los Angeles, December 10, 2019 – QY Research has announced the release of a new report, bearing the title “Global Residual Gas Analyzers (RGA) Market Insights, Forecast to 2025.” According to the report, the global residual gas analyzers market is predicted to increase its revenue to more than US$300.0 Mn by the end of 2025 from over US$250.0 Mn earned in 2019. The authors of the report expect the global residual gas analyzers market to grow at a CAGR of 2.7% during the forecast period 2019-2025.
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Factors Positively Impacting Global Residual Gas Analyzers Market
● High industrial growth in developing countries such as Japan, China, and India
● Need to accurately measure the concentration of vapors and gases in demanding ultra-high vacuum applications in real-time
● High use of residual gas analyzers in applications, including surface science, vacuum furnace monitoring, base pressure monitoring, leak testing, plasma characterization, materials analysis, and electron microscope integrity
● Availability of residual gas analyzers with advanced features such as software control, built-in web interface, and highly sensitive gas sensors
Fusion Experiments as Growth Driver in Developed Regions: Europe and North America could create demand for residual gas analyzers in the coming years. High focus on the safety of workers in industrial and manufacturing plants and of laboratory personnel could help increase the demand for residual gas analyzers in these regions. Residual gas analyzers are extensively used in gas analysis and leak detection. Increase in scientific and laboratory research activities is also predicted to support the growth of the residual gas analyzers market in developed regions. Quadrupole residual gas analyzers could find application in fusion research and the analysis of fusion system fuel delivery.
Laboratory Research and Industrial Uses as Key Applications: On the basis of type, the global residual gas analyzers market is segmented into 1 to 300 AMU, 1 to 200 AMU, and 1 to 100 AMU. The report also includes segmental analysis of the global residual gas analyzers market based on application. Some of the key applications of residual gas analyzers are laboratory research and industrial applications. The use of residual gas analyzers is expected to improve in these applications because of their certain advantages, including:
● Advanced chemometrics for multi-gas quantification
● Corrosion resistance inlets allowing low maintenance costs
● Detection of almost any type of gas
● Millisecond response time
Adoption of Technological Sophistication to Increase Competitiveness: Key manufacturers operating in the global residual gas analyzers market are Inficon, Ametek, ULVAC, Hiden Analytical, MKS Instruments, Extrel, Stanford Research Systems, Horiba, Extorr, and Pfeiffer Vacuum. Leading players are expected to adopt more advanced technologies to launch highly innovative residual gas analyzers with additional features. They could also invest in research and development to explore new applications of residual gas analyzers. This is anticipated to help players to attract more consumers and gain a competitive position in the global residual gas analyzers market.
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