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Global X-ray Tube Market Share, Trends & Growth by 2030


The global X-ray tube market was valued at $2604.05 million in 2021 and is estimated $3676.36 million by 2030, CAGR of 3.81% forecast for 2022-2030. Read More. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Global X-ray Tube Market Share, Trends & Growth by 2030

X-Ray Tube Market Trending Applications Novel
X-ray tube, also known as a Roentgen tube,
functions as a specific energy converter that
receives electrical energy and converts it into
heat (99) and x-radiation (1). The primary
function of an X-ray tube is to create x-ray
photons from electric energy transmitted by the
x-ray generator. As per Inkwood Research, the
global X-ray tube market is forecasted to rise
with a CAGR of 3.81 during the projected years
of 2022 to 2030. Their widespread usage across
applications, such as material and structure
analysis, CT scanners, X-ray crystallography, and
airport luggage scanners, among others, play an
essential role in surging the demand and adoption
of X-ray tubes worldwide.
FORECAST 2022-2030
Market By Region
North America Is The Most Dominating Region
Asia Pacilic Is The Fastest Growing Region.
tolating Anode I tin
Rotating anode X-ray tubes are significantly used
in high-resolution devices, such as mammography,
angiography, and computed tomography (CT).
Mationarv Vrt\ I tin
The simplest ty pe of X-ray tube has a stationary
anode that consists of tungsten insert embedded
in a copper block. The copper block mechanically
supports the tungsten target and removes heat
efficiently from the target.
X-Ray - An Incredible Contribution to Human
Health The discovery of the X-ray in 1895
provided physicians with an effective,
non-surgical tool to analyze the inside of the
human body. Moreover, following the development
of the 'Coolidge tube' in 1913, which continues
to remain the model that present-day X-ray tubes
are patterned after, the scientific and medical
usage of X-rays spread rapidly across Europe and
the United States.
Accordingly, some of the top applications of
X-ray tubes, predominantly in the field of
medicine, include the following -
Surgical therapy Dental applications
Treatment of bone fractures Identifying
injuries or abnormal masses Detection of
internal diseases and various cancers In the
present scenario, the rising expenditure on
cancer treatments is set to play an integral role
in driving the adoption of X-ray tubes and
machines. While cancer diagnostics require X-ray
tubes for detection, a crucial application of
X-ray tubes entails radiation therapy, which
utilizes beams of intense energy for the
elimination of cancer cells. Besides, as per the
estimations by the International Agency for
Research on Cancer (IARC), globally, 1 in 5
people develop cancer during their lifetime, and
1 in 11 women, as well as 1 in 8 men, die from
the condition. As a result, a significant
increase in medical conditions necessitating the
use of X-ray technology for diagnostic purposes
is anticipated to raise the demand for X-ray
tubes, thus contributing to the notable growth of
the global X-ray tube market.
X-Ray Tube Market - Applications Transcending the
Field of Medicine Although X-ray tubes are mainly
used in the healthcare industry, some of their
leading applications extend beyond the field of
medicine, as well. For example -
Manufacturing - Production environments in the
manufacturing industry require high levels of
efficiency as well as integration into different
manufacturing management systems. In this regard,
X-ray tubes are graded as simple power supply
technology, with imaging technologies at the
forefront, in order to assure improved efficacy
and throughput. In addition, the need for quality
control in the manufacturing industry across
production lines further fuels the adoption of
X-ray equipment, primarily for the purpose of
detecting internal cracks. Accordingly, these
factors also play an essential role in
positioning manufacturing as the dominating
end-user over the forecast period, 2022 to
2030. Aerospace Defence - X-ray tubes are
mainly utilized in the non-destructive testing
(NDT) process of various military equipment in
the aerospace defense sector. In this regard,
for non-destructive testing, computed tomography
(CT) systems are designed to meet the most
critical aerospace and defense standards, which
ensure the safe and reliable inspection of
aircraft parts and manufactured materials. As
production and testing continue to witness higher
levels of automation, the need for NDT and
quality assurance is expected to propel the
demand for X-ray tubes over the upcoming years.
Food Beverage - The food beverage industry
is emerging as a lucrative application for X-ray
tubes on account of the rising need for product
quality checks. Moreover, food manufacturers are
increasingly relying on product inspection
equipment in order to minimize the risk of
expensive product recalls, detect foreign
objects, safeguard brand reputations, and comply
with safety regulations as well as retailer
guidelines. For example, Varian Medical System's
X-ray tube features an air-cooled stationary
anode metal ceramic design occupying an extensive
line of industrial X-ray tubes. The device
fulfills the purposes of non-destructive imaging,
food inspection, thickness gauging, and security
Security Screening - Courthouses, airports,
businesses, and prisons utilize X-ray screen
systems in order to detect objects such as
explosives, concealed weapons, and other
contraband for security reasons. For instance,
X-ray tubes are the major components for the
generation of X-rays in the full-body scanners
used in airports in the United States. Moreover,
the technology also provides safety personnel
with detailed images while eliminating the need
for manual physical inspections.
Scanning the Optimistic Future of Radiology
Portable 3D Color X-Rays Since the initial
discovery of X-ray tubes, notable developments
have been undertaken to meet various
requirements, such as multiple repetitive
exposures, enhanced tube life, and the capacity
to accept heavy loads. In this regard, the
development of low-energy X-ray systems has
considerably increased their application in
numerous areas, including baggage and personal
scanners for object detection. Silimarly, one of
the most recent developments in the field of
X-ray tubes is the introduction of portable
X-rays. Portable X-rays, including home X-rays,
help patients avoid potentially hazardous trips
to the hospital. Furthermore, the growing trend
toward smaller as well as more densely populated
electronics components, coupled with the
emergence of micro-optoelectromechanical systems
(MOEMS) and micro-electromechanical systems
(MEMS), have resulted in the development of
nanofocusing X-ray technology, as well. In
addition, with the first 3D color X-rays of the
human body created in the year 2020, the novel
bioimaging technique's capabilities indicate a
brighter future for the medical industry as a
whole. And collectively, these factors are
expected to provide the global X-ray tube market
with lucrative growth opportunities during the
forecast period.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) - 1. What
are rotating anode tubes? A A rotating anode
X-ray tube is defined as an X-ray tube in which
the anode, capable of generating X-rays when hit
by an electron beam, rotates. Through rotation,
heat can be dispersed, and the tube current can
be increased in order to raise the intensity of
X-rays. 2. Which are the leading players
operating in the global X-ray tube market? A
Lafco India Scientific Industries, Dunlee
(Philips Company Group), Oxford Instruments Plc,
Malvern Panalytical Ltd, etc., are among the
leading players operating in the global X-ray
tube market. 3. Which region is expected to
dominate the global X-ray tube market? A North
America is expected to dominate the global X-ray
tube market, with the highest revenue share of
34.93 by 2030. The significant market growth of
the region is attributed to the increasing demand
and adoption of X-ray tubes in the healthcare as
well as the manufacturing industry.
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