On 4 January, Eurovent Market Intelligence (EMI), the European statistics office for the HVAC&R market, has launched its new annual data collections for 2022. The aim is to collect sales data from manufacturers in the sector in order to provide them with a reliable and precise map of the HVAC&R market in Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA).
Last year, around 400 manufacturers had joined EMI (so an increase of +20%), providing the most comprehensive and reliable overview of the market, and thus remaining the largest collection of data on the HVAC&R market in terms of the number of market players. The 3 new collections launched last year, Domestic Heat Pumps, Refrigerated Display Cabinets and Water Fan Heaters, met a great success and are thus be confirmed in 2022.
Big news for this 29th annual data collections: EMI is launching a new collection about Cooling Components (covering components like valves, filters driers, pressure switches, oil level regulators, etc.) already supported by the main players of this market, such as Danfoss, Emerson, Parker, and Castel.
Besides, the old collection on Heat Recovery Systems (heat exchangers installed in AHUs, such as plate, rotary or run-around-coils) suspended in 2016 has restarted as well after the decision of Klingenburg to join the programme.
EMI has also extended the programme on Pool Dehumidifiers to the Pool Heat Pumps and changed the name for Pool Application. The collection format has also been structured to be more in adequation with the market.
A new extension is also available for the IT Cooling: this programme covering already the CRAC units, RACK units, TLC and Evaporative Cooling, is covering now also the Fan Walls, with a split by capacity (in kW) and technology (CW, DX, Dual).
Regarding the Adiabatic Coolers, this market intelligence programme has been renamed in “Adiabatic and hybrid heat rejection” and now offers now much more details with a first split by type of product (Dry coolers/Condensers) then by the adiabatic system (pad, hybrid, simple spray).
EMI will also continue to give priority to the deadlines (fixed on 14 February this year) in order to ensure the freshness of the information and deliver the results during the month of March for all the regular annual programmes.
Further information: HERE