Global Water Tube Industrial Boilers Market Overview:
A water tube boiler is a type of boiler where the water is heated inside tubes and the hot gasses surround them. Actually, this boiler is just the opposite of the fire tube boiler where hot gasses are passed through tubes which are surrounded by water. Water-tube boilers can handle higher operating pressures (up to 5000 psi) and offer greater steam output than fire tube boilers. Water-tube boilers are frequently used in power generation plants that require large amounts of high-pressure steam production. Because there is less water volume, a water tube boiler can handle steam fluctuations more precisely than a fire tube boiler and has generally better turndown.
- Escalating Demand for Energy Efficient Heating Units Along With Rapid Industrialization across the Globe
- Expansion of Industrial Infrastructure Coupled With Growing Initiatives toward Energy Conservation
- A Growth Opportunities from Developing Regions
- Aging Power Generation Infrastructure
- Strict Emission Standards
Some of the key players profiled in the report are Bosch Thermotechnology GmbH (Germany), Cleaver-Brooks (United States), Thermax Company (India), AMEC Foster Wheeler (United Kingdom), Siemens (Germany), Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (India), Babcock and Wilcox (United States), Hurst Boiler (United States), Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (Japan) and Doosan (South Korea). Additionally, following companies can also be profiled that are part of our coverage like General Electric (United States), Fulton (United States) and Forbes Marshall (India). Analyst at AdvanceMarketAnalytics see United States Manufacturers to retain maximum share of Global Water Tube Industrial Boilers market by 2024. Considering Market by Capacity, the sub-segment i.e. >250 MMBtu/hr will boost the Water Tube Industrial Boilers market. Considering Market by Technology, the sub-segment i.e. Condensing will boost the Water Tube Industrial Boilers market. Considering Market by Fuel Type, the sub-segment i.e. Coal will boost the Water Tube Industrial Boilers market.
On 6 Jan 2018, Cleaver-Brooks announced the launch of its configured watertube boilers, known as CBCW. Designed to make the purchase of industrial watertube boilers easier, the CBCW line enables customers to get a quote quickly and to receive technical documentation without the additional time required to develop that documentation on a custom order.
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The top-down and bottom-up approaches are used to estimate and validate the size of the Global Water Tube Industrial Boilers market.
In order to reach an exhaustive list of functional and relevant players various industry classification standards are closely followed such as NAICS, ICB, SIC to penetrate deep in important geographies by players and a thorough validation test is conducted to reach most relevant players for survey in Water Tube Industrial Boilers market.
In order to make priority list sorting is done based on revenue generated based on latest reporting with the help of paid databases such as Factiva, Bloomberg etc.
Finally the questionnaire is set and specifically designed to address all the necessities for primary data collection after getting prior appointment by targeting key target audience that includes Water-tube Boilers Manufacturers, Water-tube Boilers Traders/Distributors, Water-tube Boilers Importer/Exporter, Potential Technology Investors, Regulatory & Government Bodies, End Users and Others.
This helps us to gather the data related to players revenue, operating cycle and expense, profit along with product or service growth etc.
Almost 70-80% of data is collected through primary medium and further validation is done through various secondary sources that includes Regulators, World Bank, Association, Company Website, SEC filings, OTC BB, USPTO, EPO, Annual reports, press releases etc.