Air sampling is a critical function of any Quality Control (QC) laboratory associated with a Pharmaceutical, Biotech, or healthcare facility. In active monitoring, a microbial air sampler is used to force air into, or onto its collection medium over a specified period of time. The collected culture can then be incubated and analyzed
Geographically, major Active Air Sampler consumption regions are Asia-Pacific, Europe and North America. Asia-Pacific was the largest market in the world, which accounting for about 34% market share in terms of volume in 2018, followed by Europe and North America.The leading five companies are MBV AG, Sartorius, Particle Measuring Systems, VWR, LightHouse in the market occupies about 54% of the sales value shares in 2018.
Market Analysis and Insights: Global Active Air Sampler Market
The global Active Air Sampler market is valued at US$ 92 million in 2019. The market size will reach US$ 130.7 million by the end of 2026, growing at a CAGR of 5.1% during 2021-2026.
Global Active Air Sampler Scope and Segment
Active Air Sampler market is segmented by Type, and by Application. Players, stakeholders, and other participants in the global Active Air Sampler market will be able to gain the upper hand as they use the report as a powerful resource. The segmental analysis focuses on production capacity, revenue and forecast by Type and by Application for the period 2016-2027.
Segment by Type
Portable Microbial Air Sampler
Desktop Microbial Air Sampler
The major types of active air sampler are portable microbial air sampler and desktop microbial air sampler. Portable microbial air sampler is the dominated type, which accounting for above 65% sales share in 2018..
Segment by Application
Food & Beverage
Hospital & Clinic
In terms of the application of air samplers, the pharmaceutical industry is the most widely used, with a market share of 42.13% in 2018. In the other three applications, the market share is not much different, at around 19%.
Particle Measuring Systems
Multitech Enviro Analytical
Production by Region
Consumption by Region
Middle East & Africa