Russia Ventilation 2015
|発行||BRG Building Solutions||商品コード||301219|
|出版日||ページ情報||英文 49 Pages
These reports provide an in-depth analysis of the Russian ventilation market as well as an examination of key challenges facing the industry. They examine technology innovations that will influence the future direction of the market, and also feature detailed profiles of key industry players. The market coverage includes core ventilation technologies (mechanical 'forced' ventilation systems) for residential and commercial applications.
EU legislations, like the EPBD, have led to new buildings being constructed with an almost airtight shell. If these are not ventilated appropriately, the indoor air quality suffers and moisture problems can occur. These factors are the main drivers for the European mechanical ventilation markets, in both the residential and non residential sectors.
Mature residential markets like in France, the Netherlands, Sweden and Finland manifest the strong effect of legislation. Key industry players are therefore optimistic about the outlook of the European market, in particular for countries where ventilation has so far not been mandatory so far. The highest volume growth is expected for Germany and the UK.
The BRG reports indicate that in 2012, and generally during the worldwide economic downturn that preceded it, the ventilation markets developed largely positively. According to BRG's analysis, and only taking into account all types of heat recovery and central extract ventilation, 1.7 million units were sold in 2012 across 19 European countries. BRG anticipates that by 2017 the market will be more than 2 million units.