Owing to the fact that cleaning and sanitation are vital for safety in the healthcare industries, the global market for disinfectants is driven by increased focus on hygiene and growing concerns over the spread of infectious diseases both at home and in public places. Rising demands in the food, beverage and healthcare industries is driving the global disinfectors market. Disinfectant chemicals are also becoming more common as an ingredient in various conventional and industrial cleaning products.
Disinfection is an essential procedure that is performed for infection control in households and in healthcare facilities such as clinics, hospitals, elder care institutes and laboratories, using disinfectors and other infection control equipment such as sterilizers. Disinfectors are used to disinfect various medical instruments such as bedpans, surgical instruments, urine bottles and endoscopes. Disinfection is the process of destroying pathogenic organisms or rendering them inert. Hence, it ensures the hygiene condition of medical appliances that are used while providing medical services to people by healthcare workers.
The global disinfectant market can be categorized on the basis of disinfectors by product type, and disinfectors by applications. Based on disinfectors by product type, the global market for disinfectors is divided into washer, flusher and endoscope reprocessor. The washer is further divided into a single chamber (single door and double door) and multi chamber. On the basis of application, the global disinfectors market is classified into elder care, hospitals and clinics, and pharmaceuticals and life sciences.
The rise in number of healthcare infrastructure in developing countries is one of the major trends in the disinfectors market. The large population in developing countries has opened up a large patient pool which eventually gives a rise in disposable income. The favorable economic conditions in most of the developing countries are propelling the infrastructural growth by establishing more medical care facilities and hospitals. Liquid products and aerosol are the most commonly used surface decontaminators, though a significant number of hospitals are employing UV disinfection systems as an surplus measure. Hence, another trend in the disinfectors market is the use of ultraviolet (UV) disinfectors as UV radiation inactivates micro-organisms by destroying the nucleic acids in viruses and bacteria.
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