Air Purification sees rise in demand amid fears over spread of Coronavirus - ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN--()--ResearchAndMarkets.com has identified Air Purification as one of the key sectors seeing growth opportunities during the coronavirus pandemic.

COVID-19 is not an airborne virus, but it can be transmitted through droplets in the air, so some retailers are seeing a surge in interest in air purifiers, HEPA filters, and other air quality systems. Even if medical professionals question their effectiveness at stopping the virus, consumers still desire air purification systems when isolated in close quarters.

ResearchAndMarkets.com offers a variety of research reports covering air purification and related topics such as air filtration equipment, hepa filters, and air quality control.

Latest available reports on this sector include:

Air Purification is just one area seeing an unexpected rise in demand. Research and Markets have identified the leading trends in the following article: 30 industries seeing a surge in demand due to the Covid-19 pandemic

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