The Diesel Particulate Filter Market (OE) is projected to grow at a CAGR of 11.29% during the forecast period and is projected to reach a market size of USD 24.81 billion by 2025, from an estimated market size of USD 10.55 billion in 2018. The DPF aftermarket is projected to grow at a CAGR of 3.89% during the forecast period, from an estimated market size of USD 15.18 billion in 2018 to USD 20.59 billion by 2025.
Major factors driving the growth of this market include the introduction of stringent emission regulations and increased demand for diesel engines in developing countries.
The report provides detailed profiles of the following companies:
- Faurecia (France)
- Tenneco (US)
- Eberspaecher (Germany)
- BASF (Germany)
- Johnson Matthey (US)
- Continental (Germany)
- Bosal (Belgium)
- Denso (Japan)
- Friedrich Boysen (Germany)
- NGK Insulators (Japan)
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Increasing demand for diesel engines in developing regions will drive the diesel particulate filter market.
Demand for commercial vehicles is increasing at 2.66% during the forecast period globally due to rapid industrialization. The growth is significantly observed in the Asia Pacific region. China and India are one of the top countries which are under rapid transformation in terms of industrialization, infrastructure development, and manufacturing. Commercial vehicles run mostly on diesel and with the introduction of stringent emission norms for commercial and heavy-duty engines, the need for meeting these mandates is increased. These mandates are driving the growth of this market.
Pd-Rh regeneration catalyst is projected to have the largest demand in the diesel particulate filter market
PD-Rh regeneration catalyst combination is used in most of the light-duty vehicles (LDVs). It is estimated that more than 70% of the LDVs use this combination. With an increasing demand for light-duty vehicles, the usage of this combination is expected to increase further. Pd-Rh regeneration catalyst combination accounts for the largest market share in 2018, which is projected to increase further by 2025. This combination also withstands high temperatures, which is a prime requirement for the regeneration process. Hence, the Pd-Rh regeneration catalyst accounts for the largest share of the diesel particulate filter market.
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The passive regeneration process is expected to be the largest segment of Off-Highway Diesel Particulate Filer Market
In the case of passive regeneration, carbon moves through the exhaust and is trapped by the particulate filter. The filter begins to accumulate carbon and another residual. This continues until conditions become favorable or the required temperature is reached for the elements to combust off the filter surface internally. The heat for this regeneration comes from the thermal energy that occurs naturally with exhaust temperatures of typical diesel engines. The passive regeneration is expected to be the largest segment in the agriculture tractors segment of the off-highway DPF market.
Electrically Assisted DPF: A Promising Technology for Emission Control
Electrically assisted diesel particulate filter improves fuel economy by reducing the amount of fuel needed to heat the diesel particulate matter up to the necessary level for them to “burn off” the soot. It achieves this with the help of an additional electric heater that helps raise the temperature substantially. This helps drivers achieve lower emissions on shorter trips when a traditional DPF does not have enough time to complete a regeneration cycle. The use of DPFs, thus, increases the fuel efficiency of the equipment. With increasing focus on improving the fuel efficiency to meet emission regulations, electrically assisted DPF represents a good opportunity for the existing players in the DPF market.
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