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Ventilation Equipment - A US Market Overview

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Ventilation Equipment - A US Market Overview
Published: May 24, 2017 Content info: 114 Pages
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The United States economy is maintaining gradual recovery, and the construction activities are in full swing in both residential and commercial buildings. New residential building permits in the US increased significantly from 2010 and reached 1.2 million units by 2016 with a 2010-16 CAGR of 10.8% and further expected to sustain this growth. Driven by growth in construction sector, trend in implementing energy efficiency standards, and the desire to meet minimum ventilation in homes and commercial buildings will undoubtedly significantly increase over the several years creating opportunities for ventilation equipment manufacturers in the United States.

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.

Axial Fans are the leading segment of ventilation equipment in US, with forecast shipments of 7.75 million units in 2017, followed by Domestic Exhaust Fans forecast at 5.8 million units in the same year.

This 114 page United States Ventilation Equipment study includes 20 charts (includes a data table and graphical representation for each chart), supported with meaningful and easy to understand graphical presentation, of shipments. The statistical tables represent the data for the Ventilation equipment shipments value (in USD Million) and unit shipments by product segment.

The study profiles 12 major market players and 42 other key players that are engaged in ventilation equipment production in the US. The research also provides the listing of the companies engaged in the production of ventilation equipment in the US. The list of companies covers the address, contact details and the website addresses of 76 companies.

Table of Contents
Product Code: MG003

Table of Contents

PART A: US VENTILATION EQUIPMENT MARKET

1. INTRODUCTION

  • 1.1. Product Outline
    • 1.1.1. Ventilation Overview
      • 1.1.1.1. Common Methods Used for Ventilation
        • 1.1.1.1.1. Mechanical/Forced Ventilation
        • 1.1.1.1.2. Natural Ventilation
        • 1.1.1.1.3. Hybrid Ventilation
      • 1.1.1.2. Components of Ventilation Systems
        • 1.1.1.2.1. Natural Ventilation Systems
        • 1.1.1.2.2. Mechanical Ventilation Systems
      • 1.1.1.3. Design Strategies of Ventilation Systems
        • 1.1.1.3.1. Exhaust Ventilation Systems
        • 1.1.1.3.2. Supply Ventilation Systems
        • 1.1.1.3.3. Balanced Ventilation Systems
  • 1.2. Product Segmentation
    • 1.2.1. Axial Fans
    • 1.2.2. Centrifugal Fans
    • 1.2.3. Centrifugal Blowers
    • 1.2.4. Tangential/Cross Flow Fans
    • 1.2.5. Domestic Exhaust Fans
    • 1.2.6. Power Roof Ventilators
    • 1.2.7. Range Hoods
    • 1.2.8. Industrial Propeller Fans
    • 1.2.9. Air Handling Units (AHUs) for Ventilation
    • 1.2.10. Heat Recovery/Energy Recovery Ventilation Units

2. VENTILATION STANDARDS & CODES

  • 2.1. Standard 62.1-2016, Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality
  • 2.2. Standard 62.2-2016, Ventilation and Acceptable Indoor Air Quality in Low-Rise Residential Buildings
  • 2.3. Standard 90.1-2016, Energy Standard for Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings
  • 2.4. Standard 90.2-2007, Energy Efficient Design of Low-Rise Residential Buildings
  • 2.5. ENERGY STAR Ratings for Ventilation Fans
  • 2.6. Other Testing and Certification Procedures

3. KEY MARKET TRENDS

  • 3.1. Ventilation Standards to Spur US Ventilation Equipment Demand
  • 3.2. United States Economic and Construction Trends

4. INDUSTRY LANDSCAPE

  • Major Player Profiles
    • Air System Components Inc.
      • Pennbarry
    • Captiveaire Systems
    • Greenheck Fan Corporation
    • Howden North America
      • Howden American Fan Company
    • Loren Cook Company
    • Munters Corporation
    • Nortek, Inc.
      • Broan-Nutone LLC
      • Zephyr Ventilation
      • Nortek Air Solutions
    • Robinson Fans, Inc.
    • SEMCO LLC
    • Soler & Palau Ventilation Group
      • S&P USA Ventilation Systems, LLC
      • Renewaire LLC
      • S&P North America - OEM Products Division
    • The New York Blower Company
    • Twin City Fan Companies, Ltd.
  • Profiles of Other Key Players
    • Acme Engineering and Manufacturing Corporation
    • Active Ventilation Products, Inc.
    • Aero Pure LLC
    • Air King America, LLC
    • Airflo Cooling Technologies
    • Airmaster Fan Company
    • Air Vent, Inc.
    • American Aldes Ventilation Corporation
    • Berner International Corporation
    • Carnes Company Inc.
    • Carrier Corporation
    • Cincinnati Fan
    • Continental Fan Manufacturing, Inc.
    • Delta Products Corporation
    • Dynamic Air Engineering, Inc.
    • Fantech, Inc.
    • Festa Manufacturing Enterprises, LLC
    • Generalaire (General Filters, Inc.)
    • Goodman Manufacturing Company, L.P.
    • Hartzell Air Movement
    • Honeywell International Inc.
    • Hunter Fan Company
    • Illinois Blower, Inc.
    • King of Fans, Inc.
    • Lennox International Inc
    • Marley Engineered Products LLC
    • Moffitt Corporation
    • Multi-Wing America, Inc.
    • Patterson Fan Company
    • Quietaire Corporation
    • Revcor, Inc.
    • Ruskin Rooftop Systems
    • Schaefer Ventilation Equipment
    • Sonic Air Systems
    • Spruce Environmental Technologies, Inc.
    • Strobic Air Corporation
    • Suncourt Inc.
    • Tjernlund Products, Inc.
    • Trane Inc.
    • Ultimate Air, Inc.
    • Ventamatic, Ltd.
    • VTS America Inc.

5. KEY BUSINESS TRENDS

  • RenewAire Relocates to a Larger Facility
  • Greenheck Introduces New Model APD Plenum Fan
  • Greenheck's Laboratory Exhaust Fans Now Available with Direct Drive Option
  • Fantech Introduces New prioAir Duct Fans
  • Fantech Expands K EC Series Inline Duct Fans Range
  • American Aldes Joined Forces with Griffin International to sell ERVs / HRVs in Michigan
  • FlaktGroup, Merger Company of Flakt Woods and DencoHappel
  • Greenheck's Model SP-L Bathroom Exhaust Fans for Wall Installation
  • Launch of American Aldes' InspirAIR™ Compact ERVs
  • A New Self-Cleaning Auto Scrubber Hood System Offered by Greenheck
  • Acquisition of Nortek by Melrose Industries PLC
  • New Wi-Fi Enabled, Signal Ceiling Fan Offered by Hunter Fan Company
  • HTS Texas Broadened its Collaborative Deal with American ALDES
  • Greenheck's New Model EVH-901 Dual Module Louver Introduced
  • Aldes Offered 3000 Ventilation Products for Installation in the New Gaylord Rockies Resort
  • Aldes Group Acquired Exhausto
  • Launch of Greenheck's New FumeJet FJC and FJI Models
  • Greenheck's Low Sound Condenser Fans Used as Standard Rooftop Ventilation Systems
  • Nortek Air Solutions' New High Performance Fan Designs for FANWALL® Air Handling Units
  • World's First True Hybrid Ventilator Developed by Edmonds
  • Launch of Model VGD-100 Drive Broadened Greenheck's Vari-Green™ Energy Control Product Line
  • Greenheck Configured its Make-Up Air Models with a Direct Drive, Backward-Curved Plenum Supply Fan
  • Launch of New MASTER 8" Ventilator for Confined Space Applications
  • Greenheck Installed Fire & Combination Fire Dampers in Horizontal, Non-Concrete, Fire Rated Barriers
  • Launch of Hunter Industrial's Debut Product, TITAN Industrial Fan
  • New EC Fan and Breez Ventilation Systems Launched by Delta Group at AHR Expo 2016
  • Unveiling of Serenity™ Series Bathroom Fans by Fantech®
  • New Model EVH-501D Stationary Vertical Blade Louver for Hurricane Zone Launched by Greenheck
  • The Home Depot and This Old House Honored Broan-NuTone's Product Innovation
  • Aldes' Standard Commercial HRV / ERV Range Added with Various Highly Anticipated Options
  • Schaefer Ventilation Equipment Acquired by Pinnacle Climate Technologies™
  • Broadening of Greenheck's Collection of the Largest Non-Actuated Fire Dampers in the Industry
  • Building and Remodeling Professionals Offered with Broan-NuTone's New InVent™ Series Ventilation Fans
  • Launch of Fantech's Kitchen Makeup Air System
  • Howden Roots, LLC, the New Name of Roots™ Blowers and Compressors
  • Nortek Air Solutions' New Cool3™ IDEC Unit for Data Center Cooling Unveiled
  • Launch of Greenheck's Model RVE-120 for Larger Outdoor Air Systems, and VAV Systems
  • AQC's Pre-Insulated Phenolic Duct Systems for Indoor and Outdoor Use
  • Greenheck's New Model AFJ-601D Stationary Acoustic Louver
  • Patterson Offered High-Velocity Barrel Fans to Golden Rod
  • Carrier's EnergyX® ERV Now Available on 75- to 150- Ton WeatherExpert™ Rooftop Units
  • ENERGY STAR Most Efficient 2015 Designation Awarded to Broan-NuTone ULTRA Green™ Ventilation Fans
  • Broan-NuTone's New Premium Humidity Sensing Control with Sensaire® Automatic Sense-on-Rise Technology Now Available as a Stand-Alone Wall Unit
  • BEST Offers New Cattura Downdraft with a Unique, Patented VERTEX™ Complete Capture Design
  • Launch of New Broan Ventilation Fan with Sensonic Stereo Speakers
  • Greenheck's New Model GRRS Fire-Ready Kitchen Hood Launched
  • Greenheck Offers Industry's First High Wind Certified Laboratory Exhaust Fan Systems
  • Two New Models Added to Greenheck's Vektor Line of Lab and Fume Exhaust Systems
  • Model ZRT from American Aldes Enhanced Indoor Air Quality
  • Model CSW from Greenheck is a Major Redesign of BISW and AFSW Centrifugal Fans
  • Greenheck to Honor its Founders by Establishing Two New Campus Facilities in Schofield
  • Air Distribution Technologies Acquired by Johnson Controls
  • T&B HVAC Acquired by Nortek
  • Greenheck's New Vektor-MS Lab Exhaust Fan with Sure-Aire Variable Volume Exhaust Technology
  • Alliance with Colt Group Improved the Global Sales of Moffitt Natural Ventilation Products
  • New Ventilation Solutions from American Aldes for Commercial and Residential Buildings
  • New Zumwalt-Class Destroyer Utilized Dynamic-Air Smoke Extract Fans
  • Launch of Greenheck's New Vektor MH Lab Exhaust System and Optional Variable Geometry SAVVE Nozzle
  • Carrier offered New Comfort™ Series Energy Recovery Ventilator with a Two-Duct Design
  • AireShare Transfer Fans Offers a Low Profile, Cost-Effective way for Air Circulation
  • Addition of PennBarry to Hercules Industries' Engineered Products Division
  • Launch of Revcor's New Quiet Comfort Blower at 2013 HPB Expo

6. THE UNITED STATES MARKET OVERVIEW

  • 6.1. United States Shipments Analysis by Product Segment
    • 6.1.1. United States Product Segment Shipments Analysis by Type
      • 6.1.1.1. Axial Fans
      • 6.1.1.2. Centrifugal Fans
      • 6.1.1.3. Centrifugal Blowers
      • 6.1.1.4. Power Roof Ventilators
      • 6.1.1.5. Industrial Propeller Fans

PART B: GUIDE TO THE INDUSTRY

PART C: ANNEXURE

  • 1. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
  • 2. FEEDBACK

Charts & Graphs

PART A: US VENTILATION EQUIPMENT MARKET

  • Chart 1: United States Ventilation Equipment Shipments 2012, 2017 and 2022
  • Chart 2: United States Ventilation Equipment Shipments 2012, 2017 and 2022 by Product Segment
  • Chart 3: United States GDP Forecast
  • Chart 4: United States Annual Value of Construction Put in Place (USD Million)
  • Chart 5: Annual New Residential Housing Units in the United States (Building Permits)
  • Chart 6: United States Ventilation Equipment Market Analysis (2012-2022) in Unit Shipments and Shipment Value (in USD Million)
  • Chart 7: United States Ventilation Equipment Unit Shipments Analysis (2012-2022) 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 Air Handling Units in Units
  • Chart 8: Glance at 2012, 2017 and 2022 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 Air Handling Units
  • Chart 9: United States Ventilation Equipment Shipments Value Analysis (2012-2022) 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 Air Handling Units in USD Million
  • Chart 10: Glance at 2012, 2017 and 2022 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 Air Handling Units
  • Chart 11: United States Axial Fans Unit Shipments (2014-2016) - by Fan Type in Units
  • Chart 12: United States Axial Fans Shipments Value (2014-2016) - by Fan Type in USD Million
  • Chart 13: United States Centrifugal Fans Unit Shipments (2014-2016) - by Fan Type in Units
  • Chart 14: United States Centrifugal Fans Shipments Value (2014-2016) - by Fan Type in USD Million
  • Chart 15: United States Centrifugal Blowers Unit Shipments (2014-2016) - by Blower Type in Units
  • Chart 16: United States Centrifugal Blowers Shipments Value (2014-2016) - by Blower Type in USD Million
  • Chart 17: United States Power Roof Ventilators Unit Shipments (2014-2016) - by Type in Units
  • Chart 18: United States Power Roof Ventilators Shipments Value (2014-2016) - by Type in USD Million
  • Chart 19: United States Industrial Propeller Fans Unit Shipments (2014-2016) - by Fan Type in Units
  • Chart 20: United States Industrial Propeller Fans Shipments Value (2014-2016) - by Fan Type in USD Million

Tables:

  • Table 1: Minimum Ventilation Rates in Breathing Zone
  • Table 2: Ventilation Air Requirements, cfm
  • Table 3: Ventilation Air Requirements, L/s
  • Table 4: Demand-Controlled Local Ventilation Exhaust Airflow Rates
  • Table 5: Continuous Local Ventilation Exhaust Airflow Rates
  • Table 6: Fan Power Limitations
  • Table 7: Exhaust Air Energy Recovery Requirements for Ventilation Systems Operating Less than 8000 Hours per Year
  • Table 8: Exhaust Air Energy Recovery Requirements for Ventilation Systems Operating Greater than or Equal to 8000 Hours per Year
  • Table 9: Maximum Net Exhaust Flow Rate, cfm per Linear Foot of Hood Length
  • Table 10: Ventilation Air Requirements
  • Table 11: Minimum Efficacy Level Criteria for ENERGY STAR Qualified Residential Ventilating Fans
  • Table 12: Maximum Sound Level Criteria for ENERGY STAR Qualified Residential Ventilating Fans
  • Table 13: Installed Fan Performance
  • Table 14: Other Testing and Certification Procedures in US
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