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Filtration is a necessary process step in almost all kind of laboratories related to environmental, chemistry, and life sciences applications. It is the most common technique used either to purify or concentrate samples in the laboratory. The basic equipment used for filtration process has evolved over the years and market is witnessing modern, sophisticated filtration methods capable of ultra-purifying the sample which could not have been possible with conventional methods. Laboratory filtration equipment helps an analyst in sample clarification before analysis, mobile phase filtration, sample sterilization, membrane-based microbiology, particle sampling before analysis, etc. The global market for laboratory filtration equipment is therefore driven by increase in research & development activities in the field of medicine and healthcare. The demand for these products is also increasing due to quest of producing pure and safer products with minimal risk of contamination.
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The global laboratory filtration equipment market can be segmented on the basis of products, end-users and geography. On the basis of products, the market can be categorized into three major segments namely, microfiltration products, ultrafiltration products, and reverse osmosis products. The market can also be segmented on the basis of end-user of these products into segments such as academic, industrial, research, and government. On the basis of geography, the global laboratory filtration equipment market is segmented into six regions. The geographical markets include North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East, Latin America and Africa. Historically, North America and Europe have been the leading markets in the global laboratory equipment market due to existing industrial base and high research activity in these geographies. However, in the near future countries in Asia-Pacific...