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Industrial Boilers Market by capacity (up to 300 BHP and 301-600 BHP) - US Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth Trends, and Forecast 2015 - 2023

Industrial boilers are used to heat water or produce steam, which is then transported to end-users through pipelines. In case of steam, transportation is based on inherent pressure and for hot water, the transportation energy is generated by pumps. Boilers are closed vessels used for generation of steam by supplying heat energy to water. Various kinds of energy sources such as fossil fuels, nuclear fuel, biomass, and solar energy are used to generate steam. Industrial boilers can be divided into two types, based on their process, as water-tube boilers and fire-tube boilers. In water-tube boilers, tubes filled with water are heated using combustion gases flowing outside the tubes, whereas in fire-tube boilers, hot combustion gases flowing inside the tubes are used to heat the water that flows outside the tubes. Steam-intensive industries, wherein industrial boilers are widely used, include food, paper, chemical, refining, and primary metals. These industries account for 71% of the total industrial boiler units and 82% of the overall boiler capacity. Industrial boilers consume about 37% of total energy at industrial facilities. Fuels used in industrial boilers in the U.S include natural gas, coal, oil, wood, and by-products. Almost 80% of the total installed industrial boilers in the U.S use natural gas as fuel. Electric utility boilers are not included in industrial boilers as these do not provide the same service. The primary function of electric utility boilers is to produce electricity at the generating station, with capacity of more than 25 MW.  There is no regulatory definition or definite size requirement for industrial boilers in the U.S. The size of installed boilers in industries ranges from less than 10 MM BTU (million British thermal units) to more than 250 MM BTU. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulates the emission norms for industrial boilers.

The U.S. industrial boilers market has been segmented in terms of region into South Atlantic, West North Central, West South Central, Pacific States, Mountain States, North East, East North Central, and East South Central. East North Central was the largest market for industrial boilers, accounting for 37.94% of the U.S market in 2014. Michigan was the leader in terms of revenue realization from industrial boilers, followed by Illinois and Wisconsin in 2014. West South Central was the second-largest market for industrial boilers in 2014. Texas spearheads the industrial boilers market in West South Central with growth in manufacturing output and well-structured policies and large funding for market development. South Atlantic was the third-largest market for industrial boilers, in terms of market share, in 2014. North Carolina and South Carolina are the leading states with highest revenue realization from industrial boilers. The market in North East and West North Central is expected to witness significant growth in the near future, with increase in manufacturing output and upcoming industries.

Some of the key manufacturers of utility and industrial boilers are Johnston Boiler Company, Fulton Boiler Works, Inc., Columbia Boiler Company, Clayton Industries Inc., Hurst Boiler & Welding Company, Inc., P.M. Lattner Manufacturing Company, Le Groupe Simoneau Inc., Williams & Davis Boilers, Inc., Calderas Powermaster, PARKER BOILER COMPANY, Sioux Corporation, Acme Engineering Prod. Ltd., Easco Boiler Corp., Cleaver-Brooks, Inc., Superior Boiler Works, Inc., Unilux Advanced Manufacturing LLC, Bryan Steam LLC, York-Shipley Global, and Vapor Power International, LLC. 

 

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Chapter 1 Preface

  • Report Description
  • Research Scope
  • Market Segmentation
  • Research Methodology

Chapter 2 Executive Summary

  • U.S Industrial boilers Market: Snapshot

Chapter 3 U.S Industrial boilers Overview

  • Introduction
  • Value Chain Analysis
  • Market Dynamics
    • Growth Drivers
    • Restraints
    • Opportunities
  • Porter’s Five Forces Analysis for the Industrial boilers
  • Suppliers’ Power
  • Buyers’ Power
  • Threat from New Entrants
  • Threat from Substitutes
  • Degree of Competition
  • Market Attractiveness Analysis of Industrial boilers, by Region (2014)
    • South Atlantic
    • West North Central
    • West South Central
    • Pacific States
    • Mountain States
    • North East
    • East North Central
    • East South Central
  • Company Market Share Analysis, 2014 (Value %) 

Chapter 4 U.S Industrial boilers Market – U.S Segment Analysis, 2015 – 2023 (US$ MN)

  • Overview
  • East South Central
    • Upto 300 BHP
    • 10-150 BHP
    • 151-300 BHP
    • 300 – 600 BHP
  • Pacific States
    • Upto 300 BHP
    • 10-150 BHP
    • 151-300 BHP
    • 300 – 600 BHP
  • East North Central
    • Upto 300 BHP
    • 10-150 BHP
    • 151-300 BHP
    • 300 – 600 BHP
  • Mountain States
    • Upto 300 BHP
    • 10-150 BHP
    • 151-300 BHP
    • 300 – 600 BHP
  • South Atlantic
    • Upto 300 BHP
    • 10-150 BHP
    • 151-300 BHP
    • 300 – 600 BHP
  • North East
    • Upto 300 BHP
    • 10-150 BHP
    • 151-300 BHP
    • 300 – 600 BHP 
  • West South Central
    • Upto 300 BHP
    • 10-150 BHP
    • 151-300 BHP
    • 300 – 600 BHP
  • West North Central
    • Upto 300 BHP
    • 10-150 BHP
    • 151-300 BHP
    • 300 – 600 BHP 

Chapter 5 Company Profiles

  • Johnston Boiler Company
    • Company Overview
    • Financial Overview
    • Business Strategy
    • SWOT Analysis
    • Recent Developments

(Note: Similar data points will be provided for the companies mentioned below)

  • Fulton Boiler Works, Inc.
  • Columbia Boiler Company
  • Clayton Industries Inc.
  • Hurst Boiler & Welding Company, Inc.
  • M. Lattner Manufacturing Company
  • Le Groupe Simoneau Inc.
  • Williams & Davis Boilers, Inc.
  • Calderas Powermaster
  • PARKER BOILER COMPANY
  • Sioux Corporation
  • Acme Engineering Prod. Ltd.
  • Easco Boiler Corp.
  • Cleaver-Brooks, Inc.
  • Superior Boiler Works, Inc.
  • Unilux Advanced Manufacturing LLC
  • Bryan Steam LLC
  • York-Shipley U.S
  • Vapor Power International, LLC

List of Figures

Figure 1 Company Market Share, Industrial Boilers Market (%)
Figure 2 Market Attractiveness, By Region (2014)
Figure 3 East South Central by State, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2015
Figure 4 East South Central, by State, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2023
Figure 5 East South Central, by Capacity, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2015
Figure 6 East South Central, by Capacity, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2023
Figure 7 Pacific States, by State, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2015
Figure 8 Pacific States, by State, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2023
Figure 9 Pacific States, by Capacity, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2015
Figure 10 Pacific States, by Capacity, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2023
Figure 11 East North Central, by State, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2015
Figure 12 East North Central, by State, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2023
Figure 13 East North Central, by Capacity, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2015
Figure 14 East North Central, by Capacity, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2023
Figure 15 Mountain States, by State, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2015
Figure 16 Mountain States, by State, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2023
Figure 17 Mountain States, by Capacity, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2015
Figure 18 Mountain States, by Capacity, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2023
Figure 19 South Atlantic, by State, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2015
Figure 20 South Atlantic, by State, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2023
Figure 21 South Atlantic, by Capacity, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2015
Figure 22 South Atlantic, by Capacity, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2023
Figure 23 North East Region, by State, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2015
Figure 24 North East Region, by State, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2023
Figure 25 North East Region, by Capacity, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2015
Figure 26 North East Region, by Capacity, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2023
Figure 27 West South Central, by State, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2015
Figure 28 West South Central, by State, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2023
Figure 29 West South Central, by Capacity, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2015
Figure 30 West South Central, by Capacity, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2023
Figure 31 West North Central, by State, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2015
Figure 32 West North Central, by State, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2023
Figure 33 West North Central, by Capacity, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2015
Figure 34 West North Central, by Capacity, by Revenue (US$ Mn), 2023

List of Tables

Table 1 Industrial Boiler Market, by East South Central, 2014-2023 (Revenue US$ Mn)
Table 2 Industrial Boiler Market (300 BHP), by East South Central, 2014-2023 (Revenue US$ Mn)
Table 3 Industrial Boiler Market, by Pacific States, 2014-2023 (Revenue US$ Mn)
Table 4 Industrial Boiler Market (300 BHP), by Pacific States, 2014-2023 (Revenue US$ Mn)
Table 5 Industrial Boiler Market, by South Atlantic, 2014-2023 (Revenue US$ Mn)
Table 6 Industrial Boiler Market (300 BHP), by South Atlantic, 2014-2023 (Revenue US$ Mn)
Table 7 Industrial Boiler Market, by East North Central, 2014-2023 (Revenue US$ Mn)
Table 8 Industrial Boiler Market (300 BHP), by East North Central, 2014-2023 (Revenue US$ Mn)
Table 9 Industrial Boiler Market, by Mountain States, 2014-2023 (Revenue US$ Mn)
Table 10 Industrial Boiler Market (300BHP), by Mountain States, 2014-2023 (Revenue US$ Mn)
Table 11 Industrial Boiler Market, by North East, 2014-2023 (Revenue US$ Mn)
Table 12 Industrial Boiler Market (300BHP), by North East, 2014-2023 (Revenue US$ Mn)
Table 13 Industrial Boiler Market, by West South Central, 2014-2023 (Revenue US$ Mn)
Table 14 Industrial Boiler Market (300 BHP), by West South Central, 2014-2023 (Revenue US$ Mn)
Table 15 Industrial Boiler Market, by West North Central, 2014-2023 (Revenue US$ Mn)
Table 16 Industrial Boiler Market (300 BHP), by West North Central, 2014-2023 (Revenue US$ Mn)

This research study analyzes the industrial boilers market in terms of revenue (US$ Mn). The market has been segmented on the basis of capacity and geography. For the research, 2014 has been taken as the base year, while all forecasts have been given for the period from 2015 to 2023. Market data for all the segments has been provided at the regional and state level from 2015 to 2023. The report provides a broad competitive analysis of companies engaged in the industrial boilers business. The report also includes the key market dynamics such as drivers, restraints, and opportunities affecting the industrial boilers market. These market dynamics were analyzed in detail and are illustrated in the report with the help of supporting graphs and tables. The report also provides a comprehensive industry analysis of industrial boilers with the help of Porter’s Five Forces model. This analysis helps in understanding the five major forces that affect the market structure and profitability of the U.S industrial boilers market. The forces analyzed are bargaining power of buyers, bargaining power of suppliers, threat of new entrants, threat of substitutes, and degree of competition.

The high-level analysis in the report provides detailed insights into the industrial boilers business in the U.S. There are currently numerous drivers of the market. One of the most prominent drivers is the stringent regulations for emission control. Market attractiveness analysis was carried out for the industrial boilers market on the basis of revenue realization and industrial growth. Market attractiveness was estimated on the basis of common parameters that directly impact the market in different regions.

The industrial boilers market was analyzed across eight regions: South Atlantic(Delaware, Florida, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia), West South Central (Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas), West North Central(Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota), Pacific States(Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, Washington), Mountain States (Arizona, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, New Mexico, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming), North East(Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania), East North Central(Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin), and East South Central(Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, Tennessee). These regions are further segmented by states and capacity of installed industrial boilers in the U.S. Capacity ranging from (0 to 300 BHP and 301- 600 BHP) has been provided for each states and region. Regional data has been provided for each sub-segment of the industrial boilers market. Key players in the industrial boilers market include Fulton Boiler Works, Inc., Hurst Boiler & Welding Company, Inc., Columbia Boiler Company, Superior Boiler Works, Inc., and Le Groupe Simoneau Inc. The report provides an overview of these companies, followed by their financial details, business strategies, and recent developments. 

U.S Industrial Boilers Market: By Region

  • South Atlantic
  • West North Central
  • West South Central
  • Pacific States
  • Mountain States
  • North East
  • East North Central
  • East South Central 

U.S Industrial Boilers Market: By Capacity

  • Upto 300 BHP
    • 10-150 BHP
    • 151-300 BHP
  • 300–600 BHP