The global humidifiers market reached a value of US$ 2.14 Billion in 2020. A humidifier refers to an electric device which is used for increasing humidity in a room or building by adding moisture in the air. It assists in averting dryness which may cause skin irritation or inflammation, and curing symptoms of common cold and flu, therefore, giving relief to individuals suffering from sinus congestion, nose bleeding and chapped lips. As a result, humidifiers are often included in medical ventilators for improving the quality of air. They are also installed in large shopping complexes, office buildings, data centers, concert halls, and museums and art galleries. Currently, there is a range of different humidifiers available in the market such as evaporators, central humidifiers, steam vaporizer, impeller humidifier and ultrasonic humidifier.
Global Humidifiers Market Drivers:
Nowadays, people are becoming aware of the harmful impact of pollutants such as dust mites, molds, and bacteria on their health. With consistently degrading air quality, they are shifting towards humidifiers for treating air. In addition to this, as static electricity build-up is an issue for compact discs, computer storage and other electronic devices, humidifiers are being employed for removing static electricity build-up and maintaining the required humidity level in several industries. Moreover, manufacturers are introducing advanced humidifiers with humidity level controllers and auto shutdown capabilities. Some of the other factors that are proactive in maintaining the market growth include rising respiratory disorders, technological advancements, rising awareness levels, etc. Looking forward, IMARC Group expects the global humidifiers market to exhibit moderate growth during the next five years.
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