There has been a phenomenal growth in the field of India water analytical instruments segment to meet the specific demands of the industry and environment. The market for water analytical instruments is driven by strengthened government regulations regarding the disposal of water and waste water in India along with the growing applications for water analytical instruments such as pharmaceutical and chemical industry. In 2012, pH meters were dominating the market in terms of the revenues. However, TOC Analyzers are expected to cross revenues of pH meters by 2018.
According to, “India Water Analytical Instruments Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2018”, the penetration level of water based analytical equipment is likely to increase significantly. The Indian market for water analytical instrumentation is import driven. Few of the major players include GE, Shimadzu, Xylem, Metrohm, Thermo Fisher Scientific and Hanna instrumentation. The report details about India Water Analytical Instruments market, its growth prospects and opportunities. “India Water Analytical Instruments Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2018” report elaborates following particulars:
- Global Water Analytical Instrument Market Outlook
- India Water Analytical Instrument Market Size, Market Share & Forecast
- India Water Analytical Instruments Segmental Share Analysis
- Market Trends and Developments
- Competitive Landscape & Strategic Recommendations
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The information contained in this report is based upon both primary and secondary sources. Primary research included interviews with water analytical instruments manufacturers, distributors and retailers. Secondary research included an exhaustive search of more than 3000 paid databases such as newspapers, websites, company annual reports and proprietary databases.