Brazed Plate Heat Exchangers Market worth USD 1,120 million by 2024

Brazed Plate Heat Exchangers Market

The BPHEs market size is expected to grow from USD 799 million in 2019 to USD 1,120 million by 2024, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 7.0% during the forecast period. The major driving factors for the market are growth of global construction sector and increasing use of HVACR systems in this sector.

The major players in the market include Alfa Laval (Sweden), Kelvion (Germany), SWEP (Sweden), Danfoss (Denmark), Xylem (US), API Heat Transfer (US), Chart Industries (US), Hisaka Works (Japan), Kaori (Taiwan), Paul Mueller Company (US), Baode Heat Exchanger (China), Barriquand Group (France), Boyd Corporation (US), Diversified Heat Transfer (US), Funke (Germany), HRS Heat Exchangers (UK), HYDAC (Germany), Onda (Italy), Secespol (Poland), and Weil-McLain (US).

These players have adopted various growth strategies to further expand their presence in the market. New product launch, expansion, and acquisition have been the leading strategies adopted by the major players in the last five years, to strengthen their competitiveness and broaden their customer base in the global BPHEs market.

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SWEP (Sweden) is focusing on the new product launch strategy to maintain its leading position in the BPHEs market. For example, the company has launched DV650 evaporator in January 2020. DV650 is the biggest BPHE within the company’s True Dual range of heat exchangers. It is mainly designed to target chillers and heat pump applications with a higher temperature approach.

Alfa Laval (Sweden) is progressing in the market by adopting the expansion strategy. In June 2019, the company established a BPHEs manufacturing plant in the US. This manufacturing plant will cater to the increasing demand in North America. It also provides quick response time and reduced lead times for its customer base in the US, which will help the company to increase its revenue from the North American region.

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