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Global Fire Safety Equipment market to reach over $70bn by 2027

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The global fire safety equipment market is expected to reach a value of US$ 70.88 Billion by 2027, exhibiting a CAGR of 6.86% during 2021-2027, according to a report from IMARC Group. The market had reached a value of US$ 47.6 Billion in 2021.

Fire safety equipment refer to devices that provide protection and safety to users in fire accidents. Some of the commonly available equipment include fire-resistant gloves, sprinklers, protective gear, smoke alarms, fire blankets, communication instruments, respirators, etc.

According to the report, the rising incidences of fire-related accidents leading to casualties and significant loss of property are primarily driving the global fire safety equipment market.

The implementation of stringent fire hazard safety regulations by government bodies across various risk-prone industries, such as construction, oil and gas, mining, etc., are also positively influencing the market growth.

Additionally, the increasing use of safety codes in buildings for occupants is further augmenting the demand for the fire safety equipment. Moreover, the growing adoption of fire safety equipment in passenger and heavy-duty vehicles for ensuring safe evacuation time is propelling the global market.

In addition, the increasing integration of fire safety systems with advanced technologies, such as IoT, wireless sensors, artificial intelligence, etc., is further catalysing the market growth. These innovative product variants aid in sending real-time notifications to the fire departments, monitoring ambient temperatures, avoiding false alarms, etc.

Looking ahead, the emerging popularity of smart buildings among other R&D activities to launch fire safety equipment that can withstand fire for a longer duration and produce less smoke while burning will continue to drive the global fire safety equipment market.

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