Global Hydronic Control Market: Overview
Hydronics is a medium to transfer heat from liquid. The fluids considered under the hydronic control are water, mineral oil, and glycol. One of the oldest but the common example of the hydronic control is the hot water radiator. Earlier, the large scale commercial buildings such as commercial buildings and campus facilities, the loops of chilled and heated water in order to provide hot air or air conditioning. Additionally, they offer the facility to implant separately or together. This innovation in the chiller system which is efficient system of HVAC for homes and smaller commercial spaces.
The hydronic control market could be segmented on the basis of equipment, installation type, and region. Based on the equipment, the market could be segmented into actuators, control panels, valves, flow controllers, and others. Based on the installation type, the market could be segmented into new installation and retrofit installation.
The market dynamics mentioned in the report on hydronic control market show the current scenario along with future growth and opportunities in the global hydronic control market. It offers an impartial view of the market by including analysis of various market segments across the major geographies.
Global Hydronic Control Market: Drivers and Restraints
The hydronic control market is witnessing growth due to growing need for energy in the both residential and commercial buildings. Additionally, growth of the construction industry in developing countries and automation in buildings are boosting adoption of the hydronic control and likely to fuel growth of the hydronic control market.
Growing public–private partnership (PPP) projects in developing countries such as China, India, and other emerging countries across the Middle East and Africa are boosting growth of the global hydronic control market. These growing investments are leading to propel demand for the hydronic control and likely to propel growth of the global hydronic control market.
However, lack of awareness about the benefits of the using hydronic control systems coupled with high cost involved in the installation along with the requirement of skilled labor is hampering growth of the global hydronic control market.
Global Hydronic Control Market: Geographical Analysis
On the basis of region, the hydronic control market could be segmented into North America, Europe, South America, Asia Pacific, and the Middle East and Africa. Of these regions, Asia Pacific could be dominant region in the global market for hydronic control owing to growing construction activities in the region. Additionally, growing development and construction activities in the developing countries across the Middle East and Africa are leading to boost demand for the hydronic control and likely to propel growth of the market.
Global Hydronic Control Market: Companies Mentioned
Some of the key players operating in the hydronic control market are Siemens, Johnson Controls, Danfoss, Honeywell, and Schneider Electric.
Market segmentation based on geography:
- North America
- South America
- Asia Pacific
- Middle East and Africa
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