Clean-in-Place Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2018 - 2028
Clean-in-Place Market- Introduction
Clean-in-place is the method of cleaning interior of vessels, pipes, filters, process equipment, and related fittings. It is a process that allows complete system to be cleaned without the need of operator and dismantling. Less exposure to chemical, faster cleaning, more repeatable, and less labor intensive are some of the benefits of clean-in-place, resulting in its wide application across various industries.
Mix of chemicals, water, and heat are used to clean machinery and other industrial equipment. Clean-in-place is widely used in hygiene critical industries such as biotechnology, food and beverages, and pharmaceutical. The clean-in-place process is generally part of the automation system. The use of clean-in-place process has increased recently with stringent regulations to prevent contamination. The increased use of clean-in-place systems to meet hygiene requirements in various industries led to the revenue growth of clean-in-place market exceeding US$ 7 billion in 2018.
Clean-in-Place Market- Notable Highlights
Key players in clean-in-place market are Sani-Matic, Tetra Pak International, Alfa Laval, GEA Group, Krones AG, Melegari Manghi, SPX FLOW, KHS GmbH, Millitec Food Systems, and Centec GmbH. Notable developments in the competitive landscape of clean-in-place market include,
Clean-in-Place Market Dynamics
Need for High Levels of Hygiene Driving Demand for Clean-in-Place System in Food and Beverages Industry
Implementation of standards to ensure food safety and hygiene by regulatory bodies globally and increasing awareness about food hygiene are the key factors resulting in the wide application of clean-in-place method in the food and beverages industry. Moreover, increasing requirement for periodic cleaning without disassembly of process piping or vessels has led to the adoption of clean-in-place method in food and beverages industry.
The beverage industry is also witnessing increased demand from customers for clean-in-place validation and verification to ensure plant hygiene and no risk of contamination. Clean-in-place system is also witnessing significant growth in dairy industry owing to the processing of milk and milk products that are ideal media for growth of micro-organisms. Moreover, strict regulations concerning milk including its production, processing and storage as compared to other products is resulting in increasing use of clean-in-place system in the dairy industry.
Integration of Sensors in Clean-in-Place System
Sensors are being integrated with clean-in-place systems to ensure process control and safety. With an aim to eliminate manual verification and errors, sensors are being used with clean-in-place system providing real-time monitoring and control, thereby, reducing energy consumption, cleaning time, and limited use of detergents while offering full traceability. Advanced automatic clean-in-place systems are also being introduced including tracking and imaging feature, thereby, minimizing use of water and detergents.
For instance, conductivity transmitter is being used on a large scale in clean-in-place system to avoid chemical contamination and reduce detergent waste. The transmitter measures residual concentration of chemical and provides data accordingly. Moreover, inaccuracy in pressure and temperature problem in clean-in-place system is also driving demand for sensors to measure pressure and temperature accurately.
Repeated Use of Chemicals and Detergents in Clean-in-Place System Resulting in Buildup of Organisms
The clean-in-place system consist of the use of various chemicals, detergents, disinfectants, and sanitizers for cleaning purpose. Although these agents are being reused and stored for cleaning, it is resulting in buildup of harmful organisms in the vessels, pipelines and other industrial equipment, thereby, leading to contamination and impacting product quality. This system of cleaning by reusing agents can economize the cleaning process in plants, however, is impacting the quality of product, resulting in wastage. This calls for companies to carry out revision of cleaning or clean-in-place strategies to ensure product quality and eliminate the chances of contamination.
Clean-in-Place Market Segmentation
Based on the system type, clean-in-place market is segmented into
Based on the offering, clean-in-place market is segmented into
Based on the end-use industry, the clean-in-place market is segmented into
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