Electrochemistry and related ion analysis technologies are heavily used in industries, which in some way, shape, or form, contribute to the longevity of our plant and all of its living things. Furthermore, laboratory-scale electrochemistry instruments are found in nearly all scientific laboratories across the globe. Having the right ion concentration (e.g. pH), is fundamental to all laboratories and serves as the foundation for solvents and reagents.
This report provides a strategic perspective on the current situation and projected potential for both lab and process-scale electrochemistry, in addition to ion chromatography and continuous flow/discrete analysis. Technology segments and sub-sections covered in the report include:
Continuous Flow/Discrete Analyzers
Continuous Flow Analysis (including FIA, SFA, and SIA)
This report examines the markets for each of the major technology groups through detailed tables and figures along with analysis of the numbers. Five-year forecasts of sales are estimated by SDi for each technology, and are segmented by sub-product and global geography.
In addition to the broader economy, the regulations play a crucial role in the health of electrochemistry and related ion analysis techniques market. Being used heavily in environmental, utilities, and pharma/biotechnology sectors, manufacturers of such instruments must work hard to provide products that are compliant, without sacrificing quality, innovations, and keep the affordability index low enough to remain competitive in this near $1.7 billion market.