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HVAC Equipment to 2015 (Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning)Published:November 2011No.Of Pages:329Price:US $ 5100Repor...
and will remain the leading type for the foreseeable future. Through 2015, these coolingsystems will also post above avera...
III.HEATING & COOLING FUEL TYPES60General60Electricity62Natural Gas66Geothermal Energy69Heating Oil72Others75IV.HEATING EQ...
Room Air Conditioners 153Supply & Demand 153Characteristics 156Types 159Manufacturers 159Chillers 160Supply & Demand 160Ch...
Burnham Holdings Incorporated 238Carrier, see United TechnologiesCircul-Aire, see Dectron InternationaleClimaCool, see LSB...
Tecumseh Products Company 311Thermal Solutions Products, see Burnham HoldingsThermo Products, see Burnham HoldingsTherm-O-...
1 Heating Equipment Supply & Demand822 Heating Equipment Shipments by Type843 Heat Pump Supply & Demand904 Heat Pump Shipm...
SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT1 Year of Construction of Housing Stock, 2010332 US HVAC Equipment Exports by Destination,...
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Hvac equipment to 2015 (heating, ventilation & air conditioning)

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US demand to rise 5.4% annually through 2015 Demand in the US for heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment is projected to rise 5.4 percent annually to $17.2 billion in 2015, spurred by a projected recovery in construction from a low 2010 base. Demand will also benefit from interest in more energy efficient HVAC systems driven by volatile energy prices.

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  1. 1. HVAC Equipment to 2015 (Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning)Published:November 2011No.Of Pages:329Price:US $ 5100Report SummaryUS demand to rise 5.4% annually through 2015 Demand in the US for heating, ventilationand air conditioning (HVAC) equipment is projected to rise 5.4 percent annually to $17.2billion in 2015, spurred by a projected recovery in construction from a low 2010 base.Demand will also benefit from interest in more energy efficient HVAC systems driven byvolatile energy prices. Public and private rebates, credits and other incentives willencourage owners to upgrade to models with efficiency ratings that are at or above ENERGYSTAR levels. Ongoing changes in federal regulations regarding minimum efficiencyrequirements for many of these systems and the phase-out of ozonedepleting refrigerantswith chlorine will also favorably affect sales of HVACequipment.Although HVAC shipments are forecast to advance somewhat faster than demand at 5.7percent per year to $15.8 billion in 2015, imports will account for two-thirds of demand asproducers outsource manufacturing to lower cost facilities, mainly in China and Mexico. Inaddition, rising competition from producers based in low cost countries and the recovery inthe US HVAC market will both lead to growing imports.Natural gas, geothermalsystems to grow at above average annual rates The choice among various fuels used inHVAC systems is largely influenced by the convenience, environmental friendliness,availability and price of the fuels, as well as the initial costs, operational costs and efficiencyof the systems that use the fuels. In 2010, electric-powered HVAC systems accounted for 77percent of US sales value and natural gas-burning systems accounted for another 16percent. Through 2015, systems operating on natural gas and geothermal energy will postabove average gains.Furnaces to be fastestgrowing heating equipment In 2010, heat pumps accounted for the largest share of heatingequipment value demand. However, because of the rebound in residential construction andtheir low initial cost, furnaces are expected to post the strongest gains through 2015, risingseven percent annually. Furnaces will also benefit from their amenability to installation withother central home comfort systems.Browse All Manufacturing & Construction Market Research ReportsUnitary air conditionersto post solid gains Unitary air conditioners are by far the most widely used product in thecooling equipment market, accounting for over 70 percent of total value demand in 2010
  2. 2. and will remain the leading type for the foreseeable future. Through 2015, these coolingsystems will also post above average gains, supported by the rebound in new buildingconstruction and by the rising share of residences with central air conditioning. The coolingequipment industry is affected by a variety of regulations, including those involving ozone-depleting hydrochlorofluorocarbon refrigerants.New building markets topost above average gains Both the residential and nonresidential markets for HVACequipment are expected to recover from weak 2010 levels. In both markets, the newbuilding segment is expected to post above average gains as building construction activityrebounds. However, the larger improvement and replacement segment will also providesolid growth opportunities through 2015.Study coverageThis new Freedonia industry study, HVAC Equipment, is priced at $5100. It presents historicUS demand data (2000, 2005, 2010) plus forecasts for 2015 and 2020 by fuel type,equipment type and market. The study also considers market environment factors,evaluates company market share and profiles 34 US industry competitors.Table Of ContentsINTRODUCTIONI.EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1II.MARKET ENVIRONMENT 4General 4Macroeconomic Environment 4Demographic Trends 8Population 9Households12Consumer Trends13Personal Income & Expenditures13Consumer Financing16Building Construction19Residential22New Housing25Housing Stock30Improvements & Repairs34Nonresidential35New35Improvements & Repairs38Regulations & Standards39Refrigerants40Efficiency44Pricing Trends46World Market49Foreign Trade53Exports54Imports57
  3. 3. III.HEATING & COOLING FUEL TYPES60General60Electricity62Natural Gas66Geothermal Energy69Heating Oil72Others75IV.HEATING EQUIPMENT78General78Supply & Demand79Shipments by Type82Heat Pumps86Supply & Demand86Types90Air Source92Geothermal97Warm Air Furnaces 102Supply & Demand 102Types 105Natural Gas 107Electric 111Heating Oil 114Boilers 117Supply & Demand 118Types 120Cast Iron Boilers 121Steel Boilers 125Room & Zone Heating Equipment 128Supply & Demand 129Types 131Manufacturers 132Humidifiers 133Supply & Demand 133Characteristics 135Manufacturers 137V.COOLING EQUIPMENT 138General 138Supply & Demand 139Shipments by Type 142Unitary Air Conditioners 146Supply & Demand 146Characteristics 148Types 151Manufacturers 152
  4. 4. Room Air Conditioners 153Supply & Demand 153Characteristics 156Types 159Manufacturers 159Chillers 160Supply & Demand 160Characteristics 163Absorption Liquid Chilling Systems 164Supply & Demand 165Characteristics 167Dehumidifiers 167Supply & Demand 168Characteristics 170Manufacturers 172Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners 172VI.MARKETS 175General 175Residential 178New Building 182Heating Equipment 186Cooling Equipment 188Replacement 190Heating Equipment 194Cooling Equipment196 Nonresidential 197New Building 201Replacement 203VII.INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 207General 207Industry Composition 207Market Share 211Competitive Strategies 217Research & Development 219Distribution 221Marketing 224Mergers & Acquisitions 226Cooperative Agreements 227Company Profiles 232AAON Incorporated 233Airedale International Air Conditioning, see Modine ManufacturingAirwell-Fedders North America, see Elco HoldingsAllied Air Enterprises, see Lennox InternationalAmerican Standard Heating and Air Conditioning, seeIngersoll-RandBradford White Corporation 236Bryan Steam, see Burnham Holdings
  5. 5. Burnham Holdings Incorporated 238Carrier, see United TechnologiesCircul-Aire, see Dectron InternationaleClimaCool, see LSB IndustriesClimate Energy, see ECR InternationalClimateCraft, see LSB IndustriesClimateMaster, see LSB IndustriesCrown Boiler, see Burnham HoldingsDaikin Industries Limited 243Danfoss A/S 247Dectron Internationale Incorporated 249Dunham-Bush Holding Berhad 252Dunkirk, see ECR InternationalEcosaire, see Dectron InternationaleECR International Incorporated 254Elco Holdings Limited 257Electrolux AB 259Emerson Electric Company 260Enviromaster International, see ECR InternationalFriedrich Air Conditioning Company 262Fusite, see Emerson ElectricGD Midea Holding Company Limited 265GeoSystems, see Research ProductsGoodman Global Holdings LP 267Governale, see Burnham HoldingsHaier Group Company 269Hartford Compressors, see Dunham-Bush Holding BerhadHeat Controller Incorporated 271Ingersoll-Rand plc 273International Environmental, see LSB IndustriesJohnson Controls Incorporated 277LAARS Heating Systems, see Bradford WhiteLennox International Incorporated 281LG Electronics Incorporated 285LSB Industries Incorporated 286McQuay International, see Daikin IndustriesMestek Incorporated 289Modine Manufacturing Company 294New Yorker Boiler, see Burnham HoldingsNordyne, see NortekNortek Incorporated 297Olsen/Airco Heating & Cooling Products, see ECR InternationalPaloma Company Limited 301Panasonic Corporation 304PB Heat LLC 306Raypak, see Paloma IndustriesRefPlus, see Dectron InternationaleResearch Products Corporation 308Rheem Manufacturing, see Paloma IndustriesSANYO Electric, see PanasonicSharp Corporation 310
  6. 6. Tecumseh Products Company 311Thermal Solutions Products, see Burnham HoldingsThermo Products, see Burnham HoldingsTherm-O-Disc, see Emerson ElectricThermoplus Air, see Dectron InternationaleThomas & Betts Corporation 313Trane, see Ingersoll-RandUnited Technologies Corporation 316US Boiler, see Burnham HoldingsVilter Manufacturing, see Emerson ElectricWhirlpool Corporation 323White-Rodgers, see Emerson ElectricYork International, see Johnson ControlsAdditional Companies in HVAC Equipment 325LIST OF TABLESTABLE NUMBER PAGESECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARYSummary Table 3SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT1 Macroeconomic Indicators 82 Population & Households 93 Personal Consumption Expenditures154 Consumer Financing Environment, 2000-2010195 Building Construction Expenditures226 Residential Building Construction Expenditures257 New Housing Indicators308 Housing Stock by Type339 Residential Improvement & Repair Expenditures3510 Nonresidential Building Construction Expenditures3811 Nonresidential Building Improvement & Repair Expenditures3912 HVAC Equipment Prices4913 US Foreign Trade in HVAC Equipment54SECTION III -- HEATING & COOLING FUEL TYPES1 HVAC Equipment Demand by Fuel Type612 Electric HVAC Equipment Demand653 Natural Gas-Burning HVAC Equipment Demand684 Geothermal Energy HVAC Equipment Demand715 Heating Oil-Burning HVAC Equipment Demand746 Other Energy-Powered HVAC Equipment Demand77SECTION IV -- HEATING EQUIPMENT
  7. 7. 1 Heating Equipment Supply & Demand822 Heating Equipment Shipments by Type843 Heat Pump Supply & Demand904 Heat Pump Shipments by Type925 Air Source Heat Pump Shipments946 Geothermal Heat Pump Shipments997 Warm Air Furnace Supply & Demand 1058 Warm Air Furnace Shipments by Type 1079 Natural Gas-Burning Warm Air Furnace Shipments by Type 11110 Electric-Powered Warm Air Furnace Shipments by Type 11411 Heating Oil-Burning Warm Air Furnace Shipments 11712 Boiler Supply & Demand 12013 Boiler Shipments by Type 12114 Cast Iron Boiler Shipments by Fuel Type 12315 Steel Boiler ShipmentS by Fuel Type 12816 Room & Zone Heating Equipment Supply & Demand 13117 Humidifier Supply & Demand 135SECTION V -- COOLING EQUIPMENT1 Cooling Equipment Supply & Demand 1412 Cooling Equipment Shipments by Type 1443 Unitary Air Conditioner Supply & Demand 1484 Room Air Conditioner Supply & Demand 1565 Chiller Supply & Demand 1636 Absorption Liquid Chiller Supply & Demand 1667 Dehumidifier Supply & Demand 1708 Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner Supply & Demand 174SECTION VI -- MARKETS1 HVAC Equipment Demand by Segment & Market 1772 Residential HVAC Equipment Demand by Market & Type 1813 New Residential HVAC Equipment by Type & Building 1854 Replacement Residential HVAC Equipment Demandby Type 1945 Nonresidential HVAC Equipment by Market & Type 2006 New Building Nonresidential HVAC Equipment Demandby Type 2037 Replacement Nonresidential HVAC Equipment Demandby Type 206SECTION VII -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE1 US HVAC Equipment Sales by Company, 2010 2102 Selected Cooperative Agreements 230LIST OF CHARTSCHART NUMBER PAGE
  8. 8. SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT1 Year of Construction of Housing Stock, 2010332 US HVAC Equipment Exports by Destination, 2000-2010573 US HVAC Equipment Imports by Source, 2000-201059SECTION III -- HEATING & COOLING FUEL TYPES1HVAC Equipment Demand by Fuel Type, 201062SECTION IV -- HEATING EQUIPMENT1Heating Equipment Shipments by Type, 201085SECTION V -- COOLING EQUIPMENT1 Cooling Equipment Shipments by Type, 2010 145SECTION VI -- MARKETS1 HVAC Equipment Demand by Market, 2000-2020 1782 Residential HVAC Equipment Demand by Market,2000-2020 1823 New Residential HVAC Equipment Demand by BuildingType, 2010 1864 Heating Equipment Installed in New Single Unit Housingby Type, 2010 1885 Share of New Housing Units with a Central Air Conditioning System, 2000-2010 1906 Nonresidential HVAC Equipment Demand by Market,2000-2020 201SECTION VII -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE1 US HVAC Equipment Market Share, 2010 213
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