Heat Exchanger Market A Hot Ticket Item

MarketsandMarkets’ report, “Heat Exchangers Market by Type, Application, and Region - Global Forecast to 2023”, estimates the market for heat exchangers to grow from $14.68 billion in 2018 to $22.59 billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 9%. The researchers say the market is driven by increasing power generation capacities and a rise in technological advances in heat exchangers. The rising energy prices and stringent government regulations on the emission of CO2 are also driving the heat exchangers market.


Report Highlights 

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  • Chemical is projected to be the largest application segment of the market for heat exchangers
  • The shell & tube type segment is expected to lead the heat exchangers market in 2018
  • Europe is estimated to account for the largest share of the heat exchangers market in 2018
  • Key market players in the heat exchangers market include Alfa Laval (Sweden), Danfoss (Denmark), Kelvion Holdings (Germany), SPX Corporation (US), Xylem (US), API Heat Transfer (US), Gunter (Germany), Hindustan Dorr-Oliver (India), Hisaka Works (Japan), HRS Heat Exchangers (India), Modine Manufacturing Company (US), Sierra (Italy), and SWEP International (Denmark). 

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