According to the new research report published by Premium Market Insights, titled “The HVAC Systems Market is expected to reach $455.96 billion from $246.10 billion in 2022 to 2028. It is expected to grow at a CAGR of 10.8% between 2022 and 2028.
The use of air conditioning is our protection once the general temperature rises. However, many people seem to be aware of the need to decide on an air conditioner and the importance of replacing an inefficient air conditioner with an updated version. In HVAC Systems market analysis, such awareness growth will have a positive impact. New HVAC systems are economical and far more environmentally friendly, improving indoor air quality. To reduce greenhouse gas emissions, several countries have made a pact to work together towards this goal. The focus behind this is to limit the number of hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) refrigerants used in many air conditioning systems, as HFC is considered to be the most detrimental to energy use. Acceptance of modern HVAC systems due to lower greenhouse gas emissions is expected to further increase the market size for HVAC systems. HVAC systems provide benefits such as cost savings and energy savings, and help meet sustainable environmental safety goals. The factors mentioned above will positively fuel the adoption of HVAC systems, thus boosting the growth of the HVAC systems market
Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on HVAC Systems Market Growth
The restrictions imposed by governments to control the spread of COVID-19 during the early stages of the global health crisis impacted the day-to-day operations of most automakers. Severe restrictions and supply chain disruptions resulting in semiconductor chip shortages have put most HVAC systems market players at risk. Several economies in the Asia-Pacific region saw their GDP fall sharply in 2020 due to the sudden shutdown of most economic activities across the country. Machinery exports from China, Japan and ASEAN countries fell. The implementation of travel restrictions, the emergence of the delta variant of COVID-19, and other issues have plagued global value chains (GVCs) in 2021. For the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), machinery exports have faltered, but general and electrical machinery and precision machinery end products have sustained exports above pre-pandemic levels. East Asia continued to export more machinery than before the pandemic through August 2021, at least regionally, despite recent erratic slumps in certain countries and industries. After lockdown was introduced in 2020, production in India has reportedly halted, except for the rice milling industry where production is said to have halted But general and electrical machinery and precision machinery end products have sustained exports above pre-pandemic levels. East Asia continued to export more machinery than before the pandemic through August 2021, at least regionally, despite recent erratic slumps in certain countries and industries. After lockdown was introduced in 2020, production in India has reportedly halted, except for the rice milling industry where production is said to have halted But general and electrical machinery and precision machinery end products have sustained exports above pre-pandemic levels. East Asia continued to export more machinery than before the pandemic through August 2021, at least regionally, despite recent erratic slumps in certain countries and industries. After lockdown was introduced in 2020, production in India has reportedly halted, except for the rice milling industry where production is said to have halted
decreased by 50% according to a survey by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO). The hardest-hit sectors included metals and chemical goods, automobiles, machinery and equipment, textiles and other manufacturing companies. Such closures and the decline in manufacturing activities led to a slowdown in HVAC systems market growth. Such trends have been observed worldwide. But demand for HVAC systems began to gain momentum in late 2020 as the industry, along with most commercial facilities, resumed operations.
APAC is expected to hold more than 35% of HVAC market share by 2028. China has the largest market share of HVAC systems in Asia-Pacific, followed by Japan and South Korea. The HVAC systems market in China is growing at one of the fastest rates in the world. Residential and commercial buildings across the country are among the top users of HVAC systems in APAC. The energy demand for space cooling in buildings in India is increasing rapidly, putting a strain on the electricity system and indirectly contributing to local air pollution and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. The HVAC systems market in India has seen growth with the development of additional features such as air filtration capabilities for existing HVAC systems.
Residential and commercial HVAC units vary in size significantly. Their requirements for room air conditioning are also very different. As a result, commercial units are significantly larger than residential HVAC systems. Controlling the climate of a commercial building requires three elements: warm or cool air, a distribution system and a controller. The same thermostat controls both the heated and cooled air in the commercial building, which circulates through the same ducts. When the heater is turned on in a commercial HVAC system, the burners typically produce combustion gas that is delivered to the heat exchanger where it heats the air flowing through. Commercial buildings use uncomplicated, programmable thermostats,
Daikin Industries, Ltd.; Emerson Electric Co.; Rheem Manufacturing Company; Honeywell International Ltd.; Johnson Controls International plc; LG Electronics, Inc.; EVAPCO; Lennox International; Carrier AG and Trane Technologies, Inc. are among the major players in the HVAC systems market.
The overall market size for HVAC systems has been derived from both primary and secondary sources. To begin the research process, extensive secondary research was conducted using internal and external sources to obtain qualitative and quantitative information about the market. The method also serves the purpose of providing an overview and forecast of the
HVAC Systems Market size in relation to all market segments. Also, several primary interviews were conducted with industry participants and commentators to validate the data and gain more analytical insights. Participants in this process include VPs, Business Development Managers, Market Intelligence Managers, National Sales Managers, and outside consultants – such as valuation experts, research analysts, and key opinion leaders – who specialize in the HVAC systems market.
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