Composed of an electric motor, fans and resistors, HVAC blower and fan systems are being used on a large scale in different industries. HVAC blower and fan systems are being used across various industries and sectors including aviation, automotive, residential, etc. Manufacturers are focusing on developing various diameters or dimension of fans and blowers as it is considered one of the important specifications by industries while selecting HVAC fans and blowers for various industrial applications.
Various regulations are driving manufacturers to focus and develop highly specific products that meet customer needs based on different requirements. Moving towards energy efficiency the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), recently published new Notice of Data Availability (NODA) related to the fan efficiency standards and also requested feedback from manufacturers on specific issues. These regulations will provide industries with various energy efficient systems.
According to the upcoming report by Future Market Insights (FMI), the automotive industry has the highest share in the global HVAC blower and fan systems. Moreover, the growth in automotive production is anticipated to drive the demand for HVAC blowers and fans. Increasing industrial and construction activities in developing countries like MEA and Asia-Pacific are estimated to contribute towards the growth of HVAC blowers and fans.
However, rules and regulations related to the use of some harmful gases in various systems are likely to hamper the growth of HVAC blower and fan systems. While the high manufacturing cost of some of these HVAC fan and blower systems is also anticipated to restrict the growth of this market.
Increasing use of high static pressure fans and blowers
HVAC fans and blowers are generally used in aircraft and radiator applications, however, with the development of smaller electronic enclosures, systems and boxes, offering more features and functionality, the amount of size and space of these system components have also reduced. Hence, the demand for cooling fans that can move more air through the system to maintain temperature and support product. Manufacturers are also adding intelligent controls to fan to reduce energy consumption. For instance, high static pressure fans including tachometer, thermal control, and alarm can save up to 30% of energy.
Motorized blowers can offer simple installation and maintenance-free operations. These blowers produce a high amount of air and the low-profile design of these blowers leads to excellent airflow and energy saving. The high static pressure DC blowers are also being offered with tachometer, thermal control and alarm to save the energy. However, these high static pressure blowers and fans are louder compared to the standard systems, hence, manufacturers are also working on reducing the unwanted noise of these systems.
Manufacturers have also started using Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) to adjust and control the speed of motors across various products including HVAC blowers, pumps, motors, etc. The major benefit of VFD is that it can operate the motor at a lower speed, thus reducing energy consumption.
Vehicle manufacturers are also focusing on reducing noise due to HVAC system. Hence manufacturers are developing various solutions using latest available technologies to control noise. The software solutions are also being introduced to predict noise for automotive HVAC blower and fan systems.
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