Municipal and County Authorities Demand Pumps with No Prospect of “Replacement”!

Transportation of fluids is not a cakewalk for municipal authorities and county officials as the challenges of effectively conveying potable water, wastage water or sewage continue to haunt them. Governments in every part of the world are expending surplus capital to facilitate their counties or municipalities with durable and efficient pumping systems. Adjustable pressure heads and erosion-free piping has promoted the installation of effective pumps in waste water treatment plants and potable water distribution mechanism. But, the governing authorities are in a dire need for installing pumps that decimate the emergence of a need to replace them in the future.


Changing technology is evidently improving the way people used to pump water and other liquids. Coping with a persistent transformation, nonetheless, is impractical for any authoritative establishment. Counties spend a huge amount of capital on instating an advanced set of pumps, only to know that they need to be upgraded or replaced post a few months from installation. Advanced pumping technology outdates the older ones as components and pumping mechanism does not find operational compatibility. The demand of such authorities for pumps that shall last for years and adapt to the changing requirements of thrusting liquids is justified. But, pump is essentially a mechanical device that will end up getting scarred to external abrasion or internal coercion.


When will “Replacement” of Pumps Cease to Exist?

Quite literally, never! A waste water system or a water distribution system in an area is developed on an infrastructure that attends to variable pumping demands. If authorities stop replacing pumps and drag the sluggish performance of existing ones, managing the transportation of sewage or potable water will go kaput. Replacing pumps becomes the sole solution for avoiding such risks. A defunct waste water or potable water distribution system will traumatize the residents by generating health scares. Excessive waste water accumulation leads to outbreak of pandemic diseases, while storing potable water beyond limits might lead to undue wastage through leakage. Instead of changing the whole infrastructure, county officials will find replacing the pumps far more practical.


Impact of Replacements on Global Pumps Market

Heavy rainfall and mismanagement of surface run-off water puts additional burden on urban water management systems equipped with pumps that provide limited thrust or pressure. Replacing these pumps with ones having higher compatibility to uncalled situations remains the only viable solution. Necessitation of replacing outdated or malfunctioning pumps improves the growth of global pumps market. Manufacturers & distributors of pumps continue to keep track on their existing customers for seeking their replacement demands. Fuelling the revenues in such fashion, the global market for pumps is actively benefited by replacement in one way or another. According to a report developed at Persistence Market Research, the global sales revenues originating from pump deployment will rake in US$ 34.39 billion in 2016, and will most probably end up at US$ 49.40 billion by 2024-end. According to the report, the soaring demand for centrifugal pumps shall deem it the dominant product-type in the global pumps market; accounting for nearly 90% of the market value share in the global market. With respect to region, rapid urbanization and extensive manufacturing potential is slated to boost the growth of Asia-Pacific’s pumps market, which will be valued at US$ 13.25 billion in 2016.

Find out more on the growth of global pumps market by viewing Persistence Market Research’s report, titled “Global Market Study on Pumps: Sales of Centrifugal Pumps to Remain Disproportionately High Through 2024.”













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