Positive displacement (PD) pumps continue to gain favor due to their relatively compact design, high-viscosity performance, continuous flow regardless of differential pressure, and ability to handle high differential pressure. The North American PD pumps market appears set to experience increased revenues owing to investments in specialized and sophisticated technologies.
New analysis from Frost & Sullivan (industrialautomation.frost.com), North American Positive Displacement Pumps Markets, finds that the market earned revenues of $2.30 billion in 2006 and estimates this to reach $3.01 billion in 2013.
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"PD pumps present a viable solution for saving energy, prolonging equipment life and flow monitoring," notes Frost & Sullivan Senior Research Analyst Dushyant Mehra. "Moreover, sales are driven by pump manufacturers' increased focus on providing complete end-user services and solutions."
With regard to product types, rotary, reciprocating, and peristaltic pumps comprise the PD pumps market segments. The peristaltic pumps market segment will likely grow the fastest, with a projected compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.5 percent during 2006 to 2013.
Overall, competition in the PD pumps market continues to increase in terms of price, energy conservation, and timely delivery of equipment. Accordingly, product quality, delivery times, value-added services and price represent the key differentiating factors for manufacturers in the market.
"Moreover, saturated traditional industry applications compel manufacturers to penetrate new markets," explains Mehra. "The PD pumps market has traditionally been highly application focused, with different pump types being used in specific applications in matured end-user industries, such as chemical processing, pulp and paper, and power generation."
In this mature market scenario, extensive competition has spurred the consolidation trend within the pumps market and forced manufacturers to provide value-added services to sustain end-user loyalty.
In order to succeed, manufacturers must supply a one-stop shop for all end-user services and solutions requirements, including on site assistance, maintenance, and spare parts. This trend continues to gain strength as end users acquire outsourced knowledge with minimal risks, while proper applicability of the equipment remains ensured.
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