The COVID-19 global pandemic has brought turbulence to all markets, and that of air-operated double-diaphragm pumps is no exception. After all, the various elements of economic activity, consumer demand, and the subsequent production of goods, are all interlinked via an intricate network of inter-affecting components, and this is also why appreciating what happens in the long run is particularly complex. Still, we now have the first tentative forecasts of experts in the field, who have attempted to make an estimation on how things are going to move from now on and until 2025.
The summary of these predictions gives a positive prospect overall, attributed mainly to a growing demand for the product.
The growth trajectory is fueled by the versatile nature of the double-diaphragm pump, the rise of an increasingly automated food industry, and the expected development of a large number of new ecological-oriented plants/units. In addition to the above, the chemical, graphic, electroplating, and other specialized key industries are expected to experience minimal impact from the still ongoing pandemic, so the diaphragm pumps market is apparently standing on strong feet right now.