Allied Market Research (AMR) recently posted a summary of its “Nanofiltration Membrane Market Outlook – 2025” report, and the market looks strong. Valued at $643.22 million in 2017, the global market will climb to $954.65 million by 2025, according to AMR.
As emerging economies industrialize in populous countries like China and India, the need for water for domestic as well as industrial use grows. This means protecting, cleaning and reusing water from myriad sources. Because of their unique properties, nanofiltration membranes are prized in several industries, including “water and wastewater treatment, food and beverages, chemical and petrochemicals, pharmaceutical & biomedical, textile and metalworking,” AMR says.
As an investor in zNano WaterTech, I see the same potential uses, and they’re nearly endless. Our company, zNano WaterTech, creates patented membranes already in use in China and the US.
The complete AMR report is pricey, but if you’re thinking at an industrial level, you can read more and order the full report, Nanofiltration Membrane Market by Type (Polymeric, Inorganic, and Hybrid) and Application (Water & Wastewater Treatment, Food & Beverages, Chemical & Petrochemicals, Pharmaceutical & Biomedical, and Others): Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2018 – 2025, here.