The global central vacuum cleaner systems market is expected to generate $948.9 million revenue by 2030, advancing at a considerable growth rate of 11.1% during 2021–2030. Major factors contributing to the growth include rapid industrialization and an increase in the adoption of energy-efficient cleaning equipment along with the rise in construction activities across the world.
Ground-mounted systems are the most preferred type of central vacuum cleaners, which are largely used across the non-residential sector, especially in healthcare and manufacturing facilities, as they have high suction power, with a capacity of more than 3,000 square feet. However, in the coming years, systems with a capacity of more than 6,000 square feet are expected to witness significant demand.
The non-residential category is the major revenue contributor to the market, based on end user. This is because central vacuum cleaners are widely used in the industrial, healthcare, and commercial industries. Also, bakeries and confectionary production sites are increasingly using these systems, as ovens are required to be internally cleaned so as to maintain the product quality as well as reduce the risk of explosion. Moreover, these cleaners are also used by hotel chains to keep their rooms and other common spaces clean and hygienic. A few such hotel chains include Marriott, Holiday Inn, and Kempinski.
Geographically, the European central vacuum cleaner systems market accounted for around 40% revenue share in 2021. This is driven by the increase in remodeling and renovation activities in both residential and non-residential spaces such as hard flooring installations; the surge in awareness to clean carpets, floors, child & pet areas, and kitchens for the spaces which are already constructed; the increase in the preference of indoor-air cleaners among individuals; and the rise in government initiatives to promote green cleaning. Thus, the development of residential and non-residential infrastructure is creating opportunities for vendors operating in the industry, as the demand for these systems is rising in the region.
Germany, the U.K., France, Italy, and Spain are the key markets for central vacuum cleaners in the region. However, central and eastern European countries are also witnessing a significant demand for these systems, owing to the infrastructure growth, R&D support from national governments, and the availability of required skilled labor.
In recent years, companies operating in the market have been involved in technological advancements and expanding their geographical footprint to improve their position. Hence, a large number of international vendors are expected to expand their reach to high potential markets, especially in the APAC region. Moreover, companies are launching HEPA and NFPA filter-based products, as they are largely used in the healthcare industry to eliminate pathogens and microparticles.
Major players operating in the central vacuum cleaner systems market include Trovac Industries Ltd., Drainvac International., Nuera Air, Nilfisk Group, Busch Vacuum Solutions, AirVac Luft & Vacuumteknik AB, Delfin Srl, American Vacuum Company, and Quirepace Limited.