Ventilation Equipment A US Market Overview

Ventilation Equipment – A US Market Overview

Published Date: May 2011

Report Code: MG003ARCH

Pages:114

Charts:21

The coming 2-3 years are expected to witness a spurt in new construction, which augurs well for the overall ventilation equipment market. Growing awareness, pertaining to Indoor air quality and energy efficiency standards across residential, commercial and industrial sectors, is also expected to contribute to growth in ventilation market.

Ventilation product segments analyzed in this study include Axial Fans, Centrifugal Fans, Centrifugal Blowers, Cross Flow Fans, Domestic Exhaust Fans, Power Roof Ventilators, Range Hoods, Industrial Propeller Fans, Air Handling Units (AHUs) for Ventilation and Heat Recovery (HRV)/Energy Recovery Ventilation (ERV) Units.

Unit shipments of ventilation equipment in the United States, standing at 23.43 million units in 2006, are expected to maintain a marginal CAGR of 0.10% over 2006-2015 and reach 23.65 million units by 2015. On the other hand, value shipments are forecast to exhibit positive growth of 5.05% CAGR over the analysis period and stand at US $3.73 billion by 2015, as against US $2.4 billion in 2006.

The market report includes the complete competitive landscape for ventilation market in the United States which comprises market share analysis (2009) for leading market players including Nortec, Greenheck Fan Corporation, Air Systems Components, Twin City Fan Companies, CaptiveAire Systems, Munters, Howden Group Ltd, Robinson Fans and Flakt Woods. The study analyses these major players with respect to key inancials, product listing & analysis, key brands, competitors and production plant locations & capacities. The report also profiles 39 other key market players in the United States.

This 114 page United States market report includes 21 charts (includes a data table and graphical representation for each chart), supported with meaningful and easy to understand graphical presentation, of market numbers. The statistical tables represent the data for the US ventilation unit shipments and value of shipments by product segments and sub-segments.

1. INTRODUCTION

2. PRODUCT OUTLINE
2.1 Ventilation Overview
2.1.1 Common Methods Used for Ventilation
2.1.1.1 Mechanical/Forced Ventilation
2.1.1.2 Natural Ventilation
2.1.1.3 Hybrid Ventilation
2.1.2 Components of Ventilation Systems
2.1.2.1 Natural Ventilation Systems
2.1.2.2 Mechanical Ventilation Systems
2.1.3 Design Strategies of Ventilation Systems
2.1.3.1 Exhaust Ventilation Systems
2.1.3.2 Supply Ventilation Systems
2.1.3.3 Balanced Ventilation Systems
2.2 Product Segmentation
2.2.1 Axial Fans
2.2.2 Centrifugal Fans
2.2.3 Centrifugal Blowers
2.2.4 Cross Flow Fans
2.2.5 Domestic Exhaust Fans
2.2.6 Power Roof Ventilators
2.2.7 Range Hoods
2.2.8 Industrial Propeller Fans
2.2.9 Air Handling Units (AHUs) for Ventilation
2.2.10 Heat Recovery/Energy Recovery Ventilation Units

3. EFFICIENCY STANDARDS & CODES
3.1 ASHRAE 62.2: An Overview
3.1.1 Primary Standard Requirements
3.1.2 Secondary Standard Requirements
3.2 ENERGY STAR Ratings for Ventilation Fans
3.3 Other Testing and Certification Procedures

4. KEY MARKET TRENDS
4.1 Enhanced Air Quality and Low Energy Consumption by Using Thermal Displacement Ventilation
4.1.1 Passive and Active Thermal Displacement
4.1.2 Characteristics of Thermal Displacement Ventilation Systems
4.1.3 Applicability of Thermal Displacement Ventilation Systems
4.1.4 Advantages and Disadvantages of Thermal Displacement Ventilation
4.1.5 A Case Study on Displacement Ventilation at Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California
4.2 Optimal Energy Use and Ventilation Utilizing CO2-Based Demand Controlled Ventilation
4.2.1 Ventilation Rate Procedure 6.1
4.2.2 How is Demand Controlled Ventilation Different?
4.2.3 Ventilation Rate Procedure 6.2
4.3 Commercial Energy Recovery Ventilation Systems: An Emerging Technology
4.3.1 Energy Recovery Ventilation Systems
4.3.1.1 Types of ERV Systems
4.3.1.2 Operational Procedure of ERV Systems
4.3.2 Factors Driving Growth of Commercial Energy Recovery Ventilation Systems
4.3.2.1 Indoor Air Quality Concerns
4.3.2.2 Reduction in Loads
4.3.2.3 Standards and Recommendations
4.3.3 Factors Limiting Growth of Commercial Energy Recovery Ventilation Systems
4.4 Ventilation Fans: Energy Efficiency Standards and Development Trends
4.4.1 European Energy Efficiency Standards
4.4.2 US Energy Efficiency Standards
4.4.3 New Energy Efficient Products: Ready to Deliver the Goods

5. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE
5.1 Market Share Analysis for Major Players in the United States
5.2. Major Player Profiles

5.2.1 AIR SYSTEM COMPONENTS INC. (PENNBARRY)
Key Figures
Key People
Business Description
Brands
Pennbarry
Product Analysis
Project References
Manufacturing Plants

5.2.2 CAPTIVEAIRE SYSTEMS INC
Key Figures
Key People
Business Description
Product Analysis
Manufacturing Plants

5.2.3 FLAKTWOODS AMERICAS (US SUBSIDIARY OF FLÄKT WOODS GROUP)
Semco Incorporated
Business Description
Product Analysis
American Fan Company
Key People
Business Description
Product Analysis
Garden City Fan
Business Description
Application Areas
Manufacturing Plants

5.2.4 GREENHECK FAN CORPORATION
Key Figures
Key People
Business Description
Brand Analysis
Product Analysis
Manufacturing Plants

5.2.5 HOWDEN BUFFALO INC (US SUBSIDIARY OF HOWDEN GROUP LTD)
Key Figures
Business Description
Product Analysis
Howden Group Ltd
Manufacturing Plants

5.2.6 MUNTERS AB
Key Figures
Key People
Business Description
Divisional Analysis
Product Analysis
Subsidiaries
Manufacturing Plants

5.2.7 NORTEK INCORPORATED
Key Figures
Key People
Business Description
Product Listing
Subsidiaries
Best Spa
Broan-Nutone Llc
Venmar Ventilation Inc
Zephyr Corporation
Manufacturing Plants

5.2.8 ROBINSON FANS, INC
Key Figures
Key People
Business Description
Product Analysis
Applications
Manufacturing Plants

5.2.9 TWIN CITY FAN COMPANIES LTD
Key Figures
Key People
Business Descripton
Group Companies and Product Analysis
Manufacturing Plants

5.3. Profiles of Other Key Players
5.3.1 ACME Engineering and Manufacturing Corporation
5.3.2 Active Ventilation Products, Inc
5.3.3 Aero Pure LLC
5.3.4 Air King Limited
5.3.5 Airflo Cooling Technologies
5.3.6 Airmaster Fan Company
5.3.7 American Aldes Ventilation Corporation
5.3.8 Berner International Corporation
5.3.9 Carnes Company
5.3.10 Carrier Corporation
5.3.11 Cincinnati Fan
5.3.12 Continental Fan Manufacturing, Inc
5.3.13 Delta Products Corporation
5.3.14 Dynamic Air Engineering, Inc
5.3.15 Fantech, Inc
5.3.16 Festa Manufacturing Enterprises LLC
5.3.17 Fuji Industrial USA, Inc
5.3.18 General Aire Systems Inc
5.3.19 Gibraltar Industries, Inc
5.3.20 Hartzell Fan, Inc
5.3.21 Hunter Fan Company
5.3.22 Illinois Blower, Inc
5.3.23 King of Fans, Inc
5.3.24 Lexton Industries, Inc
5.3.25 Loren Cook Company
5.3.26 Moffitt Corporation
5.3.27 Multi-Wing America, Inc
5.3.28 Patterson Fan Company
5.3.29 Quietaire Corporation
5.3.30 Revcor Inc
5.3.31 Schaefer Ventilation Equipment
5.3.32 Soler & Palau USA
5.3.33 Sonic Air Systems
5.3.34 Spruce Environmental Technologies, Inc
5.3.35 Strobic Air Corporation
5.3.36 The New York Blower Company
5.3.37 Tjernlund Products, Inc
5.3.38 Ultimate Air, Inc
5.3.39 Ventamatic, Ltd

6. KEY BUSINESS TRENDS
Nortek´s Venmar Ventilation Subsidiary Introduces an Energy-Efficient ERV
Clearing the Air: Fresh Ideas in Ventilation from Broan-NuTone®
Broan® and NuTone® Get Brand Leader Rating
Digital Scroll Compressors Introduced by Greenheck
Model ERCH-HP Energy Recovery Ventilator from Greenheck
New Fiberglass Centrifugal Fans from Greenheck
Robinson Fans Finds Place of Pride in Winter 2010 Edition of US Business Review
The USEPA Selects Panasonic Home & Environment Company 2010 ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year
Soler & Palau Ventilation Group (North America) Takes Over RenewAire LLC
Munters Air Inlet Supply for Livestock Structures
Z-Duct™ Heat Exchangers from Munters
Aerotech Vortex Fans Launched by Munters
Munters in Agreement to acquire Toussaint Nyssenne
Västgöta Torkteknik AB Acquired by Munters
Greenheck’s Vektor™-MD Receives AMCA 260 Certification
Zephyr Corp Introduces Highest Power-to-Weight Ratio Small Wind Turbine
Airchal Acquired by Fläkt Woods
W.C. Woods´ Dehumidification Division Acquired by Systemair
Air System Components Takes Over Trion IAQ Group
Systemair Acquires Emerson Ventilation Products
Greenwood Air Management Ltd Acquired by Zehnder

7. THE UNITED STATES MARKET OVERVIEW
7.1 Shipments Value Analysis by Product Segment
7.1.1 Shipments Value Analysis by Axial Fan Type
7.1.2 Shipments Value Analysis by Centrifugal Fan Type
7.1.3 Shipments Value Analysis by Centrifugal Blower Type
7.1.4 Shipments Value Analysis by Power Roof Ventilator Type
7.1.5 Shipments Value Analysis by Industrial Propeller Fan Type
7.2 Unit Shipments Analysis by Product Segment
7.2.1 Unit Shipments Analysis by Axial Fan Type
7.2.2 Unit Shipments Analysis by Centrifugal Fan Type
7.2.3 Unit Shipments Analysis by Centrifugal Blower Type
7.2.4 Unit Shipments Analysis by Power Roof Ventilator Type
7.2.5 Unit Shipments Analysis by Industrial Propeller Fan Type

8. ANNEXURE
8.1 Research Methodology
8.2 The Questionnaire
8.3 Feedback

Charts & Graphs

Chart 1: United States Ventilation Equipment Market Analysis (2006-2015) in Unit Shipments and Shipment Value (in US $ Millions)
Chart 2: Ventilation Air Requirements (in cfm) for Continuous Ventilation
Chart 3: Minimum Efficacy Level Criteria for ENERGY STAR Qualified Residential Ventilating Fans
Chart 4: Maximum Sound Level Criteria for ENERGY STAR Qualified Residential Ventilating Fans
Chart 5: Installed Fan Performance
Chart 6: Other Testing and Certification Procedures in US
Chart 7: United States Ventilation Equipment Market Share Analysis (2009) by Major Local Manufacturers in Unit Shipments and Shipments Value (US $ million)
Chart 8: United States Ventilation Equipment Shipments Value Analysis (2006-2015) by Product Segment – Domestic Exhaust Fans, Range Hoods, Power Roof Ventilators, Centrifugal Fans, Axial Fans, Centrifugal Blowers, Cross-flow Fans, HRV/ERV units, Industrial Propeller Fans and AHU (Ventilation) in US $ Million
Chart 9: Glance at 2006, 2010 and 2015 United States Ventilation Equipment Shipments Value Share (%) by Product Segment – Domestic Exhaust Fans, Range Hoods, Power Roof Ventilators, Centrifugal Fans, Axial Fans, Centrifugal Blowers, Cross-flow Fans, HRV/ERV units, Industrial Propeller Fans and AHU (Ventilation)
Chart 10: United States Axial Fans Shipments Value (2008-2010) – by Fan Type in US $ Million
Chart 11: United States Centrifugal Fans Shipments Value (2008-2010) – by Fan Type in US $ Million
Chart 12: United States Centrifugal Blowers Shipments Value (2008-2010) – by Type in US $ Million
Chart 13: United States Power Roof Ventilators Shipments Value (2008-2010) – by Type in US $ Million
Chart 14: United States Industrial Propeller Fans Shipments Value (2008-2010) – by Fan Type in US $ Million
Chart 15: United States Ventilation Equipment Unit Shipments Analysis (2006-2015) by Product Segment – Domestic Exhaust Fans , Range Hoods, Power Roof Ventilators, Centrifugal Fans, Axial Fans, Centrifugal Blowers, Cross-flow Fans, HRV/ERV units, Industrial Propeller Fans and A0HU (Ventilation)
Chart 16: Glance at 2006, 2010 and 2015 United States Ventilation Equipment Unit Shipments Share (%) by Product Segment – Domestic Exhaust Fans, Range Hoods, Power Roof Ventilators, Centrifugal Fans, Axial Fans, Centrifugal Blowers, Cross-flow Fans, HRV/ERV units, Industrial Propeller Fans and AHU (Ventilation)
Chart 17: United States Axial Fans Unit Shipments (2008-2010) – by Fan Type
Chart 18: United States Centrifugal Fans Unit Shipments (2008-2010) – by Fan Type
Chart 19: United States Centrifugal Blowers Unit Shipments (2008-2010) – by Type
Chart 20: United States Power Roof Ventilators Unit Shipments (2008-2010) – by Type
Chart 21: United States Industrial Propeller Fans Unit Shipments (2008-2010) – by Fan Type

ACME ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING CORPORATION
ACTIVE VENTILATION PRODUCTS, INC
AERO PURE LLC
AIR KING LIMITED
AIR SYSTEM COMPONENTS INC.
AIRFLO COOLING TECHNOLOGIES
AIRMASTER FAN COMPANY
AMERICAN ALDES VENTILATION CORPORATION
BERNER INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION
CAPTIVEAIRE SYSTEMS INC
CARNES COMPANY
CARRIER CORPORATION
CINCINNATI FAN
CONTINENTAL FAN MANUFACTURING, INC
DELTA PRODUCTS CORPORATION
DYNAMIC AIR ENGINEERING, INC
FANTECH, INC
FESTA MANUFACTURING ENTERPRISES LLC
FLAKTWOODS AMERICAS
FUJI INDUSTRIAL USA, INC
GENERAL AIRE SYSTEMS INC
GIBRALTAR INDUSTRIES, INC
GREENHECK FAN CORPORATION
HARTZELL FAN, INC
HOWDEN BUFFALO INC
HUNTER FAN COMPANY
ILLINOIS BLOWER, INC
KING OF FANS, INC
LEXTON INDUSTRIES, INC
LOREN COOK COMPANY
MOFFITT CORPORATION
MULTI-WING AMERICA, INC
MUNTERS AB
NORTEK INCORPORATED
PATTERSON FAN COMPANY
QUIETAIRE CORPORATION
REVCOR INC
ROBINSON FANS, INC
SCHAEFER VENTILATION EQUIPMENT
SOLER & PALAU USA
SONIC AIR SYSTEMS
SPRUCE ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES, INC
STROBIC AIR CORPORATION
THE NEW YORK BLOWER COMPANY
TJERNLUND PRODUCTS, INC
TWIN CITY FAN COMPANIES LTD
ULTIMATE AIR, INC
VENTAMATIC, LTD

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