The global non-residential HVAC controls market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 7.6% during the forecast period, from USD 17.1 billion in 2019 to USD 26.8 billion by 2028. The Asia Pacific region will be the fastest-growing regional market for HVAC controls during the forecast period, with an expected CAGR of 8%.
The term non-residential, also known as non-domestic, HVAC refers to the heating and cooling systems that are used in commercial buildings. Non-residential buildings include offices, schools, hotels, industrial plants, and other structures such as warehouses or shopping malls. In contrast to residential heating and air conditioning units which typically have a single duct system from one central unit located away from the building it services (often outside), large office complexes may require hundreds of individual HVAC installations spread across multiple floors during peak periods for simultaneous use by employees without thermal discomfort. Unlike residential settings where comfort is highly valued over energy efficiency; in many commercial applications, this tradeoff does not exist because users will accept higher temperatures if they can save money by using less air conditioning or heating energy.
Heating and ventilation systems are often employed together in commercial buildings to provide thermal comfort (a desirable balance between indoor temperature, humidity, light levels, and airflow) for building occupants. Heating equipment such as radiant panels, baseboard heaters, or convectors provides warmth; while ventilation units like fans help regulate the flow of heated or cooled air within a given area. Air conditioners can be installed on each floor so that if one system breaks down there is no significant disruption to the rest of the facility - ensuring uninterrupted operation during peak hours when all employees want to access at once. Individual zoning allows variations in both heating and cooling requirements over time because not every part of an office needs to be set at the same temperature.
On the basis of type, the global non-residential heating, ventilation, and air conditioning market is segmented into heating, ventilation, and air conditioning.
Heating has a role to play in the protection of buildings from extreme outside weather, and its use can protect against building damage caused by frost or ice. In some cases, it is used as part of conditioning systems that also provide cooling functions. That being said, heaters are typically not installed at every location within a facility; they only need to be present where needed (e.g., an office).
Heaters generally consist of two primary components: an air handler and one or more space distributors. The air handler circulates heated air through ductwork before sending it out into the adjoining rooms via the space distributor(s) located on either side of each room door/window.
Heaters are typically installed to provide heating in cold climates, but they can also be used for both heating and cooling when the climate is warm as well. In order to do this, heat pumps or chillers must be installed as part of an HVAC system that includes air conditioning capabilities.
As a result, two primary types exist gas-fired radiant heaters (which generally produce lower levels of humidity) and electric resistance heaters (generate higher levels of humidity). The most common type combines these features into one piece of equipment - a hydronic space heater. These units typically employ oil-filled radiators with fins on top; while expensive to install initially, these devices are highly efficient over time because they don't require electricity to operate.
Hydronic systems are often used in large institutional buildings such as hospitals and universities, but can also be installed for residential use. These devices generally contain a boiler that heats water into steam, which is then sent through pipes or radiators where it releases heat before being cooled back down by the ambient air. This type of system is considered very efficient because not only does it provide immediate warmth on demand, but the heated water vapor cools surrounding objects in turn - meaning there's less need for A/C than with other types of heating units (such as electric space heaters).
Ventilation in non-residential HVAC refers to the air circulation that provides fresh air into a building and removes stale or polluted indoor air. Ventilation is typically achieved with mechanical systems such as fans, ducts, dampers, valves, and other equipment which can be powered by electricity or motors. Ventilation often looks at moving large volumes of outdoor air indoors for occupants to breathe without pollution from automobile emissions while simultaneously removing additional pollutants from inside the occupied space.
Maintaining an adequate level of ventilation within buildings can help reduce health risks like asthma by helping keep particles out of the lungs and bloodstream. In addition, it also helps lower high humidity levels (which are known to cause respiratory problems) and may improve worker productivity due to improved air quality.
Ventilation is the process of supplying fresh air to space and removing stale indoor air that can lead to health problems for occupants such as allergies or asthma. Ventilation includes both outdoor ventilation which increases levels of outside air inside buildings by means of mechanical systems (such as fans, ducts, dampers), and indoor environmental control measures like an energy-efficient heating system with adequate heat recovery capabilities.
Air conditioning (AC) is a process of cooling and heating an indoor environment. Air conditioning systems are used as part of climate control, for example in homes, offices, or vehicles. There are several types of air conditioning, including:
● Centralized AC Units
● Building-Integrated Air Conditioning Systems (BIAS) - These systems refer to any system inside a building intended as part of climate control. They can be either packaged solutions or custom engineered for specific site conditions such as low ceiling height in warehouses. Their primary components include an outdoor condenser and indoor evaporator connected through refrigerant piping with direct expansion (DX). Other components may include fans, filters, dampers, thermostats, etc. This type is also known as "a factory ordered HVAC package" because it has all the necessary parts included and shipped together from a single manufacturer which includes airflow design calculations that have been done by the installer to ensure that the system can operate properly.
On the basis of application, the global non-residential heating, ventilation, and air conditioning market is segmented into office and industry.
Non-residential HVAC is applied in offices to regulate temperature, humidity, and air quality. It also manages the indoor climate, which can include regulating airflow levels for moderate ventilation. Non-residential HVAC is one of the key applications of this industry.
Non-residential HVAC systems are used in the industrial sector for a variety of purposes. The most common use is to maintain temperature levels that optimize production time and quality, while also maintaining worker comfort. For example, an air conditioning system can be installed on top of a plant's warehouse roof to keep it cool during summer days when the outside temperature may be high. In addition to controlling temperature, HVAC systems are often used in industrial settings as a ventilation system, which is vital for safety and health reasons.
On the basis of region, the global non-residential heating, ventilation, and air conditioning market is segmented into North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Middle East & Africa.
North America accounted for the largest share of the global non-residential heating ventilation and air conditioning market in 2017 owing to a stable economic condition with regard to the construction sector in this region. North American countries like Canada are also investing heavily into building new residential units which will have a positive impact on the non-residential heating ventilation and air conditioning market.
Asia Pacific region is expected to be the fastest-growing for global non-residential HVAC controls due to rapid urbanization in countries like China, India, Malaysia, etc. which is leading to increased demand for residential units and commercial buildings with high-quality HVAC systems.
The primary growth drivers for this market are increasing demand from emerging economies such as India and China on account of rising living standards coupled with technological advancements in energy efficiency.
The primary growth drivers for the HVAC Control Systems Market are increasing demand from emerging economies such as India and China on account of rising living standards coupled with technological advancements in energy efficiency, however, the lack of skilled workers is a challenge to this market.
In the HVAC Control Systems Market, Asia-Pacific is expected to be the fastest-growing region in terms of both value and volume due to favorable government policies such as subsidies that are provided by China for more energy-efficient products.
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|Report Attributes||Report Details|
|Report Title||Non Residential Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning HVAC Controls Market Research Report|
|By Type||Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning|
|By Application||Office, Industry|
|By Companies||ABB, Belimo Automation, Carrier, Automated Logic, Danfoss, Delta Control, Delta Dore, Honeywell|
|Regions Covered||North America, Europe, APAC, Latin America, MEA|
|Historical Year||2018 to 2019 (Data from 2010 can be provided as per availability)|
|Number of Pages||200|
|Number of Tables & Figures||140|
|Customization Available||Yes, the report can be customized as per your need.|
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The market is segmented by Type Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and By Application Office, Industry.
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Based on region, the market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America and Middle East & Africa (MEA). North America region is further bifurcated into countries such as U.S., and Canada. The Europe region is further categorized into U.K., France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Russia, and Rest of Europe. Asia Pacific is further segmented into China, Japan, South Korea, India, Australia, South East Asia, and Rest of Asia Pacific. Latin America region is further segmented into Brazil, Mexico, and Rest of Latin America, and the MEA region is further divided into GCC, Turkey, South Africa, and Rest of MEA.
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