Study #: 3592 | Published: 12/2017 | Pages: 150 | Individual User License: US$ 4,900

US demand for consumer air treatment systems is forecast to increase 4.5% per year to over $800 million in 2021. Market growth will be supported by a healthy economy, including increased consumer spending on durable goods and a growing housing market; consumer education about the availability and benefits of air treatment systems, especially among at-risk populations; and technological advances in connectivity, filter status, and overall performance, which spur value gains and boost upgrade spending.

Overview

This study covers the United States consumer market for air treatment systems primarily designed to decrease the amount of contaminants from air in households. Systems purchased by consumers for personal use outside of the home (e.g., during leisure activities, driving, work, or school) are also considered, as are replacement filters.

Excluded are home air treatment systems that are classified simply as odor elimination products. In addition, air filters associated with equipment – e.g., refrigerator air filters, HVAC filters, and automotive cabin air filters – are excluded because these systems are originally sold to equipment manufacturers and only the replacement units are sold to consumers.

Historical data for 2006, 2011, and 2016 and forecasts to 2021 are provided for consumer air treatment systems demand both in units and in current dollars (which are not adjusted to account for inflation).

Breakouts

Key breakouts for consumer air treatment systems include technology, product, and region.

For systems with multiple technologies, the technology under which a particular product is classified is determined which is the primary level of treatment in that system. For instance, if a product includes both conventional filtration and UV, it is labeled as a conventional system because that technology is more comprehensive.

The main designation for air treatment products is whole-house or portable (room-specific or location-specific). Whole-house systems process air as it flows through a forced air heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) system, while portable systems draw, treat, and circulate air from one room or area. Replacement filters are also included in this study.


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Table of Contents

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

OVERVIEW

Key Findings

Consumer Air Treatment Systems Demand Overview

Growth Factors

Historical Demand

Demand Forecast

Trends Affecting Consumer Air Treatment Systems Demand

Overview

Health Ailments

Healthy Lifestyles

Health Information Source

Pollution Concerns

Income Trends

Pricing Trends

Historical Pricing

Pricing Outlook

Technology Innovations

Overview

Bluetooth & Wi-Fi

Filter & Air Quality Indicators

Programmable Systems

Independent Air Quality Monitors

Environmental & Regulatory Considerations

Overview

Ozone Regulations

Quality Control Organizations

AIR TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES

Key Findings

Technologies Overview

Demand by Technology

Conventional Filtration

Conventional Filtration: Technology Description

Conventional Filtration: Demand Outlook

Electrostatic

Electrostatic: Technology Description

Electrostatic: Demand Outlook

Ionic

Ionic: Technology Description

Ionic: Demand Outlook

Other Technologies

Overview

Other Air Treatment Technologies: Demand Outlook

Other Air Treatment: Technology Descriptions

Ozone Treatment

Ultraviolet Treatment

All Other

PRODUCTS

Key Findings

Demand by Product

Product Overview

Product Forecasts

Whole-House

Product Description

Demand Outlook

Suppliers

Portable Units

Product Description

Demand Outlook

Suppliers

Air Treatment Systems Market Share

Replacement Air Filters

Product Description

Demand Outlook

Market Share

REGIONS

Key Findings

Regional Consumer Trends

Demand by Region

Regional Trends Overview

Demand Outlook

Northeast

Northeast: Overview

New England

Middle Atlantic

Midwest

Midwest: Overview

East North Central

West North Central

South

South: Overview

South Atlantic

East South Central

West South Central

West

West: Overview

Mountain

Pacific

INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

Key Findings & Industry Composition

Market Share

Competitive Strategies

Research & Product Development

Marketing & Distribution

Mergers & Acquisitions

Cooperative Agreements

List of Industry Participants

APPENDIX

Scope

Methodology

Sources

Associations & Agencies

Related Freedonia Group Studies

Definitions

Abbreviations

Macroeconomic Assumptions

Economic Environment

Demographic Trends

Construction Trends

Consumer Spending


List of Tables

OVERVIEW

Table 2-1 | Consumer Air Treatment Systems Demand by Product, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 2-2 | Consumer Survey Responses: "Other than general air purification, do you have more specific reasons for using these air cleaners with filters"

Table 2-3 | Share of Consumers Who Own a Room Air Cleaner & Had Respiratory Ailments in the Last 12 Months

Table 2-4 | Share of Consumers Who Own a Room Air Cleaner & Agree or Disagree: "I always try to eat healthy foods and maintain a balanced diet"

Table 2-5 | Share of Consumers Who Own a Room Air Cleaner & Agree or Disagree: "I gather health information from my doctor"

Table 2-6 Share of Consumers Who Own a Room Air Cleaner & Agree or Disagree: "I gather health information from the library"

Table 2-7 | Share of Consumers Who Own a Room Air Cleaner & Agree or Disagree: "I gather health information from newsletters"

Table 2-8 | Share of Consumers Who Own a Room Air Cleaner & Agree or Disagree: "I gather health information from websites"

Table 2-9 | Share of Consumers Who Own a Room Air Cleaner & Agree: "I am worried about pollution and congestion caused by cars"

Table 2-10 | Share of Consumers Who Bought a Room Air Cleaner in the Last 12 Months & Agree: "I am worried about pollution and congestion caused by cars"

Table 2-11 | Share of Households that Own a Room Air Cleaner by Income, 2017

Table 2-12 | Consumer Air Treatment Systems, Average Price by Product, 2006 - 2021 (dollars per unit)

AIR TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES

Table 3-1 | Air Treatment Technologies: Advantages & Disadvantages

Table 3-2 | Consumer Air Treatment Systems Demand by Technology, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 3-3 | Conventional Filtration Consumer Air Treatment Systems Demand, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 3-4 | Electrostatic Consumer Air Treatment Systems Demand, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 3-5 | Ionic Consumer Air Treatment Systems Demand, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 3-6 | Other Consumer Air Treatment Systems Demand, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

PRODUCTS

Table 4-1 | Whole-House Versus Portable

Table 4-2 | Consumer Air Treatment Systems Demand by Product, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 4-3 | Whole-House Consumer Air Treatment Systems Demand, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 4-4 | Selected Whole-House Product Offerings

Table 4-5 | Portable Consumer Air Treatment Systems Demand, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 4-6 | Selected Whole-House Product Offerings

Table 4-7 | Replacement Air Filters Demand, 2006 - 2021

REGIONS

Table 5-1 | Consumers Who Own a Room Air Cleaner by Region, 2017

Table 5-2 | Consumer Air Treatment Systems Demand by Region & Type, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 5-3 | Northeast Consumer Air Treatment Systems Demand, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 5-4 | Midwest Consumer Air Treatment Systems Demand, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 5-5 | South Consumer Air Treatment Systems Demand, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

Table 5-6 | West Consumer Air Treatment Systems Demand, 2006 - 2021 (million dollars)

INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

Table 6-1 | Consumer Air Treatment Systems & Replacement Filters Sales by Company, 2016 (million dollars)

Table 6-2 | Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures

Table 6-3 | Selected Cooperative Agreements

APPENDIX

Table 7-1 | Study Scope

Table 7-2 | Study Scope: US Geographic Regions & Subregions

Table 7-3 | Relevant Industry Codes

Table 7-4 | Abbreviations & Acronyms Used in Study

Table 7-5 | Macroeconomic Indicators, 2006 - 2021 (billion 2009 dollars)

Table 7-6 | Population & Households, 2006 - 2021 (million persons)

Table 7-7 | Residential Building Construction Expenditures, 2006 - 2021 (billion dollars)

Table 7-8 | New Housing Indicators, 2006 - 2021 (thousand units)

Table 7-9 | Housing Stock by Type, 2006 - 2021 (million units)

Table 7-10 | Residential Improvement & Repair Expenditures, 2006 - 2021 (billion dollars)

Table 7-11 | Personal Consumption Expenditures, 2006 - 2021 (billion dollars)


List of Figures

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Figure 1-1 | Key Trends in the US Consumer Air Treatment Systems Market

OVERVIEW

Figure 2-1 | US Consumer Air Treatment Systems Market Overview

Figure 2-2 | Consumer Air Treatment Systems Market, 2006 - 2021

Figure 2-3 | Guardian Technologies' GermGuardian GT App & Smart Air Purifier Interface

Figure 2-4 | LG's PuriCare Air Purifier Tower

AIR TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES

Figure 3-1 | Key Trends in Consumer Air Treatment Technologies

Figure 3-2 | Consumer Air Treatment Systems Demand by Volume & Value, 2016

Figure 3-3 | Conventional Filtration Market Position

Figure 3-4 | Electrostatic Market Position

Figure 3-5 | Ionic Market Position

Figure 3-6 | Other Technologies Market Position

PRODUCTS

Figure 4-1 | Key Trends in Consumer Air Treatment Products

Figure 4-2 | Consumer Air Treatment Systems Value Demand by Product Type, 2006 - 2021 (%)

Figure 4-3 | Lennox's PureAir Air Purification System with PCO Technology

Figure 4-4 | Whole-House Consumer Air Treatment Systems Market, 2006 - 2021 (000 units)

Figure 4-5 | Portable Consumer Air Treatment Systems Demand by Technology, 2006 - 2016 (million dollars)

Figure 4-6 | Austin Air's Baby's Breath

Figure 4-7 | Replacement Air Filters Demand versus Consumer Air Treatment Systems Demand, 2006 - 2021

Figure 4-8 | Replacement Air Filters Market Share, 2016 (million dollars)

REGIONS

Figure 5-1 | Key Regional Trends in Consumer Air Treatment Systems

Figure 5-2 | Regional Trends Overview

Figure 5-3 | Consumer Air Treatment Systems Demand by Region, 2016 (million dollars)

Figure 5-4 | Northeast Consumer Air Treatment Systems Market Position

Figure 5-5 | Northeast Consumer Air Treatment Value Demand by Subregion, 2016 (million dollars)

Figure 5-6 | Midwest Consumer Air Treatment Systems Market Position

Figure 5-7 | Midwest Consumer Air Treatment Value Demand by Subregion, 2016 (million dollars)

Figure 5-8 | South Consumer Air Treatment Systems Market Position

Figure 5-9 | South Consumer Air Treatment Value Demand by Subregion, 2016 (million dollars)

Figure 5-10 | West Consumer Air Treatment Systems Market Position

Figure 5-11 | West Consumer Air Treatment Value Demand by Subregion, 2016 (million dollars)

INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

Figure 6-1 | US Consumer Air Treatment Systems & Replacement Filters Market Share, 2016 (billion dollars)

Figure 6-2 | Consumer Air Treatment Systems & Replacement Filters: Leading Supplier

Figure 6-3 | Consumer Air Treatment Systems & Replacement Filters: Second Leading Supplier

Figure 6-4 | Rabbit Air's MinusA2

APPENDIX

Figure 7-1 | Annual Growth in Real GDP, 2000 - 2016, Compared to 1980 - 2005 Average (percent)

Figure 7-2 | Annual Population Growth, 2001 - 2016 (percent)

Figure 7-3 | Housing Stock by Year of Construction, 2016 (percent)


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