This report offers a comprehensive analysis of the global warm air heaters market
with regards to the historic, current and future size of the industry. Warm air heaters have replaced traditional water heating systems in the industrial sector and are also gaining popularity in home heating applications owing to their energy saving abilities.
The report explores the emergence of the warm air heaters in numerous applications and the development of the segment over recent years. Segmenting the overall market on the basis of end-use application, product type and geography, the report provides a detailed picture of the market and the factors that influence its growth. It identifies key players and highlights the scope of each with respect to sales figures, product innovations, R&D activities, market share, growth prospects and challenges facing the company.
The overall market for warm air heaters has been segmented on the basis of type and end-use application. The various types of warm air heaters include forced air heaters, radiant heaters, indirect fired heaters, convection heaters, electric forced air heaters, and direct fired heaters. The air heaters are used in multiple sectors such as power generation, portable buildings, industrial, process, and tunnels.
The air conditioning systems and warm air heaters market was estimated to be worth USD 10.8 billion in 2009 which grew to USD 24.5 billion in 2010 reporting a total profit of 28.64%. Since warm air heaters are most popular in residential and commercial areas, the market for warm air heaters is largely dependent on the level of construction activity in those sectors. In recent years, there has been a rapid increase in residential and nonresidential buildings which has boosted the market. The use of heaters for residential purposes also relies on weather conditions and fluctuations in climate largely influence the industry. Many countries in the U.S. and regions across Europe have been experiencing severe cold weather and sales have lifted by a great margin.