Tampa, FL, July 03, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- In today's industry, it saves to be energy efficient, and heat exchangers accomplish just that. Heat Exchangers transfer heat from one unit to another. These Fluid cooling methods
are deployed in various cooling industries: HVAC, Chemical plants, the food and beverage market. Overall, Fluid cooling systems are classified into four general types which include shell & tube type, frame and plate type, cooling towers and air coolers. Shell & tube are amongst one of the most commonly used heat exchangers used today. These Fluid Coolers are expected to increase in demand over the next decade, mainly due to the compact size and low maintenance that they require.
According to a report “Global Heat Exchanger Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2019" the global industrial market for heat exchange units are projected to increase in demand by approximately 9%. The contributing factor for this steady increase in growth within the next several years is the rising demand from emerging markets overseas. The growth is not as rapid in current developed countries, including the United States and Europe.
These markets are mostly in need of replacement and are in need of a more efficient fluid cooling system. Air Cooling Towers in Asia-Pacific markets, such as China and India will continue to see great growth due to the huge factor of additional chemical and HVAC industries.
The global market for heat exchangers is currently highly fragmented, with Alfa Laval AB, GEA Group and Xylem seeing the highest gains due to being one of the few major manufacturers.
Upcoming news to watch in the Cooling industry:
• Size of the Global Heat Exchanger Market
• Regional Analysis (Americas, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Africa & Middle East)
• Segmental Analysis Reports - Shell & Tube, Cooling Towers ,Plate & Frame, Air Coolers,
• Trending Markets
• Competitive Development