Central Vacuum Cleaner Systems Market Analysis by Trends, Size, Share, Growth Opportunities, and Emerging Technologies

The revenue generated by the central vacuum cleaner systems market will power at a rate of 11.1% in the years to come, to reach USD 948.9 million by 2030 from USD 368.7 million in 2021, as per a report by P&S Intelligence.

The key factors accredited for the development of the industry are the increasing implementation of green cleaning techs, snowballing efforts for the improvement of cleanliness in commercial places, and snowballing requirement for air cleaners, which are kept indoors.

The non-residential category had a share of about 70% in the past, and it will have a faster growth in the years to come, because of the increasing count of commercial facilities.

The non-residential users are industrial, commercial, hospitality, and healthcare, with large commercial spaces. The industrial category dominated the industry, as central vacuum cleaners are extensively used in manufacturing, automotive, electrical and electronics, semiconductors, and aviation industry.

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Europe dominated the industry with around 40% share. This is because of the increasing residential and commercial construction and high investments and government spending.

Likewise, consumer expenditure on home restoration and renovation is considerably on the rise, creating a requirement for new cleaning equipment.

APAC central vacuum cleaner systems market will grow the fastest. The factors ascribing to this growth include the upgradation of healthcare facilities accompanied by growing disposable income, and the increase in construction activities. China, South Korea, Japan and Australia are the countries demanding central vacuum cleaners the most around the globe.

It is because of the increase in construction activities, the demand for central vacuum cleaner systems will continue to grow in the future.


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