Tunable Diode Laser Analyzer Market Challenges,
Key Vendors, Drivers, Growth Opportunities and
The global tunable diode laser analyzer market was valued at USD 367.2 million in 2015. A tunable diode
laser analyzer is a modern device which is used to diagnose the sample gas concentration. This
calibrating device helps to identify the amount of carbon dioxide, water vapor, methane, and various
gaseous mixtures with the help of irradiation of the sample by using light from a tunable diode laser.
Tunable diode laser analyzers are largely used to measure the composition of industrial emissions to
detect harmful gasses which include oxides of carbon and nitrogen as well as oxygen and water. It uses
accurate, and highly responsive measuring signals for process control systems thus helps to improve
yields, safety, and energy efficiency in various industrial processes. TDLAs works by measuring the
amount of light that is absorbed as it travels through the gas being measured. The absence of moving
parts and sensor contact involved in the process leads the analyzers to have low rates of failures and a
long-term low cost of ownership.
The key market driver for tunable diode laser analyzer is the increasing demand for the measuring
harmful gasses in emissions and growing concerns with respect to the effects of gases which are
hazardous in the areas such as mines and industries or gas and oil fields. Moreover, TDLAs are largely
used across applications in hydrocarbon processing and power generation.
Merchants are offering tunable diode analyzers which are compact and effectively serve to an area of
industry applications. This optical analyzer measures the flue gas, process gas, analysis of analysis
throughout downstream, upstream and midstream activities. However, high R&D costs, as well as the
lack of awareness about such advanced technology, are expected to challenge the industry growth. The
growth prospects of the industry may get hamper over the next eight