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Increasing Need for Supply of High-Quality Water Drives Growth in the Water Analysis Instrumentation Market, According to New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc.
Date:9/17/2013

San Jose, California (PRWEB) September 17, 2013

Follow us on LinkedIn – Supply of clean and safe water has been a major challenge confronted by municipal organizations and industries alike over the past several years. Rapid growth in population and industrialization led to significant contamination issues as well as shortage in availability and supply of clean water. Water analysis in various industrial sectors and municipalities has been in existence for several years. However, increasing concerns over water contamination and stringent water quality control regulations have been the key growth drivers in the water analysis instrumentation market over the recent years. Technological advancements such as use of electronics and emergence of instruments that test multiparameters have been playing a pivotal role in transforming the market. The market for water analysis instrumentation comprises several types of instruments designed to measure different parameters of water, such as pH, ORP, dissolved oxygen, turbidity, and conductivity among others. These instruments find application in monitoring effluents, product contamination, potable water, and wastewater.

The market has come a long way from the use of a single instrument to measure each parameter to the development of multi-parameter instrumentation, and online systems for measuring, monitoring, and controlling water quality. Laboratory-based water analysis instrumentation represents the largest product market with growth supported by the ever present need for analysis of industrial effluents and process water. For online systems, industrial applications represent a key end-use market. The capability of these systems to incorporate a
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