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Global Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market by Type (L Type, M Type, N Type, E Type), By Application (Chemicals, Petrochemicals and Oil & Gas, Food & Beverages, Pulp & Paper, Power Generation, Others) and Region (North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Middle East & Africa), Forecast To 2028

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The Global Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market size is projected to reach USD 5.3 billion by 2028, at a CAGR of 4.2% during the forecast period (2021-2028). The market growth can be attributed to the increased demand from the power generation industry and growing concerns about global warming.

 

Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers is a device that transfers energy between two fluids. The fluid on one side of the exchanger receives thermal energy from the other fluid through an internal passageway surrounded by a wall called a 'tube'.

Shell-and-tube heat exchangers are used in many processes because they offer several advantages over other types: They are compact; have few moving parts; can be fitted with packing for easy maintenance; can accommodate wider temperature ranges than surface condensers and steam drums; do not require water jackets around tubes to maintain relatively low temperatures at high pressures.

 

On the basis of Types, the market is segmented into L-Type, M-Type, N-Type, E-Type.

 

L-Type Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers:

L Type heat exchangers are characterized by having tubes running the length of the shell and flat plates that cover both sides. The space between these two parts creates a gap, which is open to the atmosphere on one side. L-type shell and tube heat exchangers can be used in applications such as chemical processing, petrochemicals, and oil & gas refining, etc. However, they have limitations in their ability to work with viscous or high-pressure fluids because it requires large capacity pumps for circulation purposes.

 

M-Type Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers:

M-type Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers are the most popular heat exchanger available in the industry. The shell is made of welded pipe, with both ends closed by a sealing ring. A vacuum pump removes air from the tube to create an effective seal that reduces friction between fluid layers inside the engine. M Type Heat Exchangers can be used for many different applications depending on their size, shape, and length which includes cooling towers, power plants, chemical process industries, etc.

 

N-Type Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers:

N-type heat exchangers are the most popular and widely used in chemical industry applications. In this, one of the tubes is always heated while the other tube remains cool to transfer fluids from the hot side to the cold side continuously. This device transfers energy through conduction but radiation plays an insignificant role for these devices. N-type shell and tube heat exchanger’s inner tubes are all welded together into a cylindrical or rectangular bundle that has holes at intervals on its circumference (usually every 30 degrees).

 

E-Type Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers:

E Type Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers are commonly used as heat exchangers in the chemical, petrochemical & oil gas industries. The E type is designed to cool liquids or gases from one temperature level to another using parallel pipes made of metal with their walls facing each other.

 

On the basis of Application, the market is segmented into Chemical, Petrochemical & Oil Gas, Food & Beverages, Pulp and Paper Power Generation.

 

Chemical:

Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers can be used in the chemical industry to transfer heat from one medium to another. Shell and tube heat exchangers are often found in distilleries, where they are used for cooling raw material before it enters a column still. They also make an appearance at petrochemical plants, oil refineries, nuclear reactors or any other industrial setting that requires efficient thermal energy management.

 

Petrochemical & Oil Gas:

Shell and tube heat exchangers are used in the petrochemical sector of oil & gas. The process involves heating, cooling, separation and purification. Shell and tube heat exchangers serve to transfer energy from one stream to another while maintaining a constant temperature difference between them. This is accomplished by transferring heat through fluid flow inside tubes that separate hot fluids from cold ones or cool fluids from heated ones.

 

Food & Beverages:

Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers are fitted to a variety of food & beverage processing systems, including pasteurization equipment (for milk), sterilizers for dairy products or baby care items, evaporators in the 'wet corn mill' process that is used by many large dairy producers.

 

Pulp & Paper:

Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers can be used to cool paper stock after cooking before it enters a pressurized refining machine (hydro-refiner) which removes most of the moisture from the pulp slurry. They are preferred in the pulp & paper industry because of their ability to provide uniform cooling, even at low pressures.

The design offers a reliable method for providing maximum contact with both shell-side tubes and the liquid on the inside surface of its outer body wall. This provides an optimum flow pattern which leads to high rates of heat transfer between cold fluid entering from one side and hot fluids leaving through another pipe or outlet connection on the other side using only gravity as a driving force.

 

Power Generation:

The Shell and tube heat exchanger is used in the power generation industry to transfer thermal energy from a hot liquid or vapor to a colder fluid. This type of process can be utilized for both heating and cooling, as well as desalination purposes. The shell operates by transferring heat through physical contact while the tubes are filled with either water or refrigerant that evaporates at different temperatures depending on their application which creates cold surfaces for dissipation of latent heat.

 

On the basis of Region, the market is segmented into North America, Europe, Latin America, and the Asia Pacific. The North American market is expected to witness significant growth due to the increasing demand from the chemicals and petrochemicals industry. The Asia Pacific market is projected to grow at a moderate pace during the forecast period owing to the growing need for heat exchangers in the chemical, petrochemical & oil gas industries.

 

Growth Factors For The Global Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market:

The major drivers for the growth of this market are constant advancements in technologies, increasing demand for energy efficiency, growing need for cost reduction strategies, and high investments in research & development activities by OEMs across the globe. In addition, low manufacturing costs have increased opportunities in the shell and tube heat exchanger industry throughout Asia Pacific markets such as China, India, etc.

 


Up Market Research published a new report titled “Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market research report which is segmented by Types (L Type, M Type, N Type, E Type), By Applications (Chemicals, Petrochemicals and Oil & Gas, Food & Beverages, Pulp & Paper, Power Generation, Others), By Players/Companies Alfa Laval, API Heat Transfer Inc, Tranter, Balcke-Durr, Barriquand Technologies Thermiques, Brask Inc, Xylem, Chicago Bridge & Iron Company, Enerfin, EJ Bowman, GEA Heat Exchangers Group, Hamon Group, Harsco Industrial Air-X-Changers, HISAKA, Hrs Heat Exchangers Ltd, Hughes Anderson Heat Exchangers Inc, Kelvion Holdings GmbH, Koch Heat Transfer Co, Manning and Lewis, Sondex, Southern Heat Exchanger Corp, SmartHeat, SPX Heat Transfer, SPX Cooling Technologies, Vahterus”. 

 

Report Scope

Report Attributes Report Details
Report Title Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Research Report
By Type L Type, M Type, N Type, E Type
By Application Chemicals, Petrochemicals and Oil & Gas, Food & Beverages, Pulp & Paper, Power Generation, Others
By Companies Alfa Laval, API Heat Transfer Inc, Tranter, Balcke-Durr, Barriquand Technologies Thermiques, Brask Inc, Xylem, Chicago Bridge & Iron Company, Enerfin, EJ Bowman, GEA Heat Exchangers Group, Hamon Group, Harsco Industrial Air-X-Changers, HISAKA, Hrs Heat Exchangers Ltd, Hughes Anderson Heat Exchangers Inc, Kelvion Holdings GmbH, Koch Heat Transfer Co, Manning and Lewis, Sondex, Southern Heat Exchanger Corp, SmartHeat, SPX Heat Transfer, SPX Cooling Technologies, Vahterus
Regions Covered North America, Europe, APAC, Latin America, MEA
Base Year 2020
Historical Year 2018 to 2019 (Data from 2010 can be provided as per availability)
Forecast Year 2028
Number of Pages 233
Number of Tables & Figures 164
Customization Available Yes, the report can be customized as per your need.
 

The report covers comprehensive data on emerging trends, market drivers, growth opportunities, and restraints that can change the market dynamics of the industry. It provides an in-depth analysis of the market segments which include products, applications, and competitor analysis.


Global Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Industry Outlook
 

Global Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Report Segments:

The market is segmented by Type L Type, M Type, N Type, E Type and By Application Chemicals, Petrochemicals and Oil & Gas, Food & Beverages, Pulp & Paper, Power Generation, Others.

 

Some of the companies that are profiled in this report are:

  1. Alfa Laval
  2. API Heat Transfer Inc
  3. Tranter
  4. Balcke-Durr
  5. Barriquand Technologies Thermiques
  6. Brask Inc
  7. Xylem
  8. Chicago Bridge & Iron Company
  9. Enerfin
  10. EJ Bowman
  11. GEA Heat Exchangers Group
  12. Hamon Group
  13. Harsco Industrial Air-X-Changers
  14. HISAKA
  15. Hrs Heat Exchangers Ltd
  16. Hughes Anderson Heat Exchangers Inc
  17. Kelvion Holdings GmbH
  18. Koch Heat Transfer Co
  19. Manning and Lewis
  20. Sondex
  21. Southern Heat Exchanger Corp
  22. SmartHeat
  23. SPX Heat Transfer
  24. SPX Cooling Technologies
  25. Vahterus
 

Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market research report delivers a close watch on leading competitors with strategic analysis, micro and macro market trend and scenarios, pricing analysis and a holistic overview of the market situations in the forecast period. It is a professional and a detailed report focusing on primary and secondary drivers, market share, leading segments and geographical analysis. Further, key players, major collaborations, merger & acquisitions along with trending innovation and business policies are reviewed in the report.

 

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Overview of the regional outlook of the Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market:

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.


Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Overview
 

Highlights of The Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Report:

  1. The market structure and projections for the coming years.
  2. Drivers, restraints, opportunities, and current trends of Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market.
  3. Historical data and forecast.
  4. Estimations for the forecast period 2028.
  5. Developments and trends in the market.
  6. By Type:

                1. L Type

                2. M Type

                3. N Type

                4. E Type

       7. By Application:

                1. Chemicals

                2. Petrochemicals and Oil & Gas

                3. Food & Beverages

                4. Pulp & Paper

                5. Power Generation

                6. Others

  1. Market scenario by region, sub-region, and country.
  2. Market share of the market players, company profiles, product specifications, SWOT analysis, and competitive landscape.
  3. Analysis regarding upstream raw materials, downstream demand, and current market dynamics.
  4. Government Policies, Macro & Micro economic factors are also included in the report.
 

We have studied the Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market in 360 degrees via. both primary & secondary research methodologies. This helped us in building an understanding of the current market dynamics, supply-demand gap, pricing trends, product preferences, consumer patterns & so on. The findings were further validated through primary research with industry experts & opinion leaders across countries. The data is further compiled & validated through various market estimation & data validation methodologies. Further, we also have our in-house data forecasting model to predict market growth up to 2028.

 

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Chapter 1 Executive Summary
Chapter 2 Assumptions and Acronyms Used
Chapter 3 Research Methodology
Chapter 4 Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Overview
   4.1 Introduction 
      4.1.1 Market Taxonomy 
      4.1.2 Market Definition 
      4.1.3 Macro-Economic Factors Impacting the Market Growth 
   4.2 Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Dynamics 
      4.2.1 Market Drivers 
      4.2.2 Market Restraints 
      4.2.3 Market Opportunity 
   4.3 Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market - Supply Chain Analysis 
      4.3.1 List of Key Suppliers 
      4.3.2 List of Key Distributors 
      4.3.3 List of Key Consumers 
   4.4 Key Forces Shaping the Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market 
      4.4.1 Bargaining Power of Suppliers 
      4.4.2 Bargaining Power of Buyers 
      4.4.3 Threat of Substitution 
      4.4.4 Threat of New Entrants 
      4.4.5 Competitive Rivalry 
   4.5 Global Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Size & Forecast, 2018-2028 
      4.5.1 Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Size and Y-o-Y Growth 
      4.5.2 Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Absolute $ Opportunity 


Chapter 5 Global Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Analysis and Forecast by Type
   5.1 Introduction
      5.1.1 Key Market Trends & Growth Opportunities by Type
      5.1.2 Basis Point Share (BPS) Analysis by Type
      5.1.3 Absolute $ Opportunity Assessment by Type
   5.2 Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Size Forecast by Type
      5.2.1 L Type
      5.2.2 M Type
      5.2.3 N Type
      5.2.4 E Type
   5.3 Market Attractiveness Analysis by Type

Chapter 6 Global Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Analysis and Forecast by Applications
   6.1 Introduction
      6.1.1 Key Market Trends & Growth Opportunities by Applications
      6.1.2 Basis Point Share (BPS) Analysis by Applications
      6.1.3 Absolute $ Opportunity Assessment by Applications
   6.2 Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Size Forecast by Applications
      6.2.1 Chemicals
      6.2.2 Petrochemicals and Oil & Gas
      6.2.3 Food & Beverages
      6.2.4 Pulp & Paper
      6.2.5 Power Generation
      6.2.6 Others
   6.3 Market Attractiveness Analysis by Applications

Chapter 7 Global Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Analysis and Forecast by Region
   7.1 Introduction
      7.1.1 Key Market Trends & Growth Opportunities by Region
      7.1.2 Basis Point Share (BPS) Analysis by Region
      7.1.3 Absolute $ Opportunity Assessment by Region
   7.2 Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Size Forecast by Region
      7.2.1 North America
      7.2.2 Europe
      7.2.3 Asia Pacific
      7.2.4 Latin America
      7.2.5 Middle East & Africa (MEA)
   7.3 Market Attractiveness Analysis by Region

Chapter 8 Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Impact 
   8.1 Introduction 
   8.2 Current & Future Impact Analysis 
   8.3 Economic Impact Analysis 
   8.4 Government Policies 
   8.5 Investment Scenario

Chapter 9 North America Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Analysis and Forecast
   9.1 Introduction
   9.2 North America Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Size Forecast by Country
      9.2.1 U.S.
      9.2.2 Canada
   9.3 Basis Point Share (BPS) Analysis by Country
   9.4 Absolute $ Opportunity Assessment by Country
   9.5 Market Attractiveness Analysis by Country
   9.6 North America Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Size Forecast by Type
      9.6.1 L Type
      9.6.2 M Type
      9.6.3 N Type
      9.6.4 E Type
   9.7 Basis Point Share (BPS) Analysis by Type 
   9.8 Absolute $ Opportunity Assessment by Type 
   9.9 Market Attractiveness Analysis by Type
   9.10 North America Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Size Forecast by Applications
      9.10.1 Chemicals
      9.10.2 Petrochemicals and Oil & Gas
      9.10.3 Food & Beverages
      9.10.4 Pulp & Paper
      9.10.5 Power Generation
      9.10.6 Others
   9.11 Basis Point Share (BPS) Analysis by Applications 
   9.12 Absolute $ Opportunity Assessment by Applications 
   9.13 Market Attractiveness Analysis by Applications

Chapter 10 Europe Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Analysis and Forecast
   10.1 Introduction
   10.2 Europe Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Size Forecast by Country
      10.2.1 Germany
      10.2.2 France
      10.2.3 Italy
      10.2.4 U.K.
      10.2.5 Spain
      10.2.6 Russia
      10.2.7 Rest of Europe
   10.3 Basis Point Share (BPS) Analysis by Country
   10.4 Absolute $ Opportunity Assessment by Country
   10.5 Market Attractiveness Analysis by Country
   10.6 Europe Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Size Forecast by Type
      10.6.1 L Type
      10.6.2 M Type
      10.6.3 N Type
      10.6.4 E Type
   10.7 Basis Point Share (BPS) Analysis by Type 
   10.8 Absolute $ Opportunity Assessment by Type 
   10.9 Market Attractiveness Analysis by Type
   10.10 Europe Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Size Forecast by Applications
      10.10.1 Chemicals
      10.10.2 Petrochemicals and Oil & Gas
      10.10.3 Food & Beverages
      10.10.4 Pulp & Paper
      10.10.5 Power Generation
      10.10.6 Others
   10.11 Basis Point Share (BPS) Analysis by Applications 
   10.12 Absolute $ Opportunity Assessment by Applications 
   10.13 Market Attractiveness Analysis by Applications

Chapter 11 Asia Pacific Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Analysis and Forecast
   11.1 Introduction
   11.2 Asia Pacific Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Size Forecast by Country
      11.2.1 China
      11.2.2 Japan
      11.2.3 South Korea
      11.2.4 India
      11.2.5 Australia
      11.2.6 South East Asia (SEA)
      11.2.7 Rest of Asia Pacific (APAC)
   11.3 Basis Point Share (BPS) Analysis by Country
   11.4 Absolute $ Opportunity Assessment by Country
   11.5 Market Attractiveness Analysis by Country
   11.6 Asia Pacific Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Size Forecast by Type
      11.6.1 L Type
      11.6.2 M Type
      11.6.3 N Type
      11.6.4 E Type
   11.7 Basis Point Share (BPS) Analysis by Type 
   11.8 Absolute $ Opportunity Assessment by Type 
   11.9 Market Attractiveness Analysis by Type
   11.10 Asia Pacific Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Size Forecast by Applications
      11.10.1 Chemicals
      11.10.2 Petrochemicals and Oil & Gas
      11.10.3 Food & Beverages
      11.10.4 Pulp & Paper
      11.10.5 Power Generation
      11.10.6 Others
   11.11 Basis Point Share (BPS) Analysis by Applications 
   11.12 Absolute $ Opportunity Assessment by Applications 
   11.13 Market Attractiveness Analysis by Applications

Chapter 12 Latin America Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Analysis and Forecast
   12.1 Introduction
   12.2 Latin America Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Size Forecast by Country
      12.2.1 Brazil
      12.2.2 Mexico
      12.2.3 Rest of Latin America (LATAM)
   12.3 Basis Point Share (BPS) Analysis by Country
   12.4 Absolute $ Opportunity Assessment by Country
   12.5 Market Attractiveness Analysis by Country
   12.6 Latin America Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Size Forecast by Type
      12.6.1 L Type
      12.6.2 M Type
      12.6.3 N Type
      12.6.4 E Type
   12.7 Basis Point Share (BPS) Analysis by Type 
   12.8 Absolute $ Opportunity Assessment by Type 
   12.9 Market Attractiveness Analysis by Type
   12.10 Latin America Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Size Forecast by Applications
      12.10.1 Chemicals
      12.10.2 Petrochemicals and Oil & Gas
      12.10.3 Food & Beverages
      12.10.4 Pulp & Paper
      12.10.5 Power Generation
      12.10.6 Others
   12.11 Basis Point Share (BPS) Analysis by Applications 
   12.12 Absolute $ Opportunity Assessment by Applications 
   12.13 Market Attractiveness Analysis by Applications

Chapter 13 Middle East & Africa (MEA) Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Analysis and Forecast
   13.1 Introduction
   13.2 Middle East & Africa (MEA) Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Size Forecast by Country
      13.2.1 Saudi Arabia
      13.2.2 South Africa
      13.2.3 UAE
      13.2.4 Rest of Middle East & Africa (MEA)
   13.3 Basis Point Share (BPS) Analysis by Country
   13.4 Absolute $ Opportunity Assessment by Country
   13.5 Market Attractiveness Analysis by Country
   13.6 Middle East & Africa (MEA) Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Size Forecast by Type
      13.6.1 L Type
      13.6.2 M Type
      13.6.3 N Type
      13.6.4 E Type
   13.7 Basis Point Share (BPS) Analysis by Type 
   13.8 Absolute $ Opportunity Assessment by Type 
   13.9 Market Attractiveness Analysis by Type
   13.10 Middle East & Africa (MEA) Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market Size Forecast by Applications
      13.10.1 Chemicals
      13.10.2 Petrochemicals and Oil & Gas
      13.10.3 Food & Beverages
      13.10.4 Pulp & Paper
      13.10.5 Power Generation
      13.10.6 Others
   13.11 Basis Point Share (BPS) Analysis by Applications 
   13.12 Absolute $ Opportunity Assessment by Applications 
   13.13 Market Attractiveness Analysis by Applications

Chapter 14 Competition Landscape 
   14.1 Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market: Competitive Dashboard
   14.2 Global Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Market: Market Share Analysis, 2019
   14.3 Company Profiles (Details – Overview, Financials, Developments, Strategy) 
      14.3.1 Alfa Laval
      14.3.2 API Heat Transfer Inc
      14.3.3 Tranter
      14.3.4 Balcke-Durr
      14.3.5 Barriquand Technologies Thermiques
      14.3.6 Brask Inc
      14.3.7 Xylem
      14.3.8 Chicago Bridge & Iron Company
      14.3.9 Enerfin
      14.3.10 EJ Bowman
      14.3.11 GEA Heat Exchangers Group
      14.3.12 Hamon Group
      14.3.13 Harsco Industrial Air-X-Changers
      14.3.14 HISAKA
      14.3.15 Hrs Heat Exchangers Ltd
      14.3.16 Hughes Anderson Heat Exchangers Inc
      14.3.17 Kelvion Holdings GmbH
      14.3.18 Koch Heat Transfer Co
      14.3.19 Manning and Lewis
      14.3.20 Sondex
      14.3.21 Southern Heat Exchanger Corp
      14.3.22 SmartHeat
      14.3.23 SPX Heat Transfer
      14.3.24 SPX Cooling Technologies
      14.3.25 Vahterus
Segments Covered in the Report
The global Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers market has been segmented based on

By Types
  • L Type
  • M Type
  • N Type
  • E Type
By Applications
  • Chemicals
  • Petrochemicals and Oil & Gas
  • Food & Beverages
  • Pulp & Paper
  • Power Generation
  • Others
Regions
  • Asia Pacific
  • North America
  • Latin America
  • Europe
  • Middle East & Africa
Key Players
  • Alfa Laval
  • API Heat Transfer Inc
  • Tranter
  • Balcke-Durr
  • Barriquand Technologies Thermiques
  • Brask Inc
  • Xylem
  • Chicago Bridge & Iron Company
  • Enerfin
  • EJ Bowman
  • GEA Heat Exchangers Group
  • Hamon Group
  • Harsco Industrial Air-X-Changers
  • HISAKA
  • Hrs Heat Exchangers Ltd
  • Hughes Anderson Heat Exchangers Inc
  • Kelvion Holdings GmbH
  • Koch Heat Transfer Co
  • Manning and Lewis
  • Sondex
  • Southern Heat Exchanger Corp
  • SmartHeat
  • SPX Heat Transfer
  • SPX Cooling Technologies
  • Vahterus

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