Market Research Report
European and Worldwide Automotive Mechanical and Electrical Vacuum Pump Market Analysis, Shares, Value - 2015, 2020 and 2025 (2020 Edition)
|Published by||Auto Research Analysts Ltd||Product code||920748|
|Published||Content info||24 Pages
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|European and Worldwide Automotive Mechanical and Electrical Vacuum Pump Market Analysis, Shares, Value - 2015, 2020 and 2025 (2020 Edition)|
|Published: December 31, 2019||Content info: 24 Pages||
This report sets out the market for automotive vacuum pumps - both mechanical and electrical - for passenger cars and light trucks. It includes market values for Europe and worldwide for three years (2015, 2020 and 2025) and market share estimates for both applications for 2019 in Europe and worldwide.
Included in the report is coverage of ten key players pushing back the technical boundaries in the vacuum pump arena.
Vacuums are used in passenger cars for actuation, changing gear and pneumatic power assistance. Vacuum pumps are used in cars in which the necessary vacuum cannot be generated in the intake manifold. These are direct injection engines, turbo engines and engines with variable valve timing, for example.
In some applications, vacuum pumps also deliver non-braking functions such as actuation for variable-geometry turbochargers. Diesel or gasoline engines alike, more and more vehicles today depend on specific vacuum pumps. These pumps generate the vacuum needed for boosting brake performance, vacuum which is also required for controlling actuators and for exhaust gas recirculation. In most cases, vacuum pumps are located directly on the cylinder head and are driven by the camshaft.
The market for automotive vacuum pumps can be further categorised as follows:
While mechanically driven vacuum pumps are connected directly to the engine and thus draw energy at all times, electric vacuum pumps are active only when a vacuum is actually needed.