According to a new market report published by Transparency Market Research on the cooling tower market for the forecast period of 2019-2027, the global cooling tower market is expected to reach ~US$ 5 Bn by 2027, expanding at a CAGR of ~3% from 2019 to 2027. Europe held a prominent share of the global cooling tower market in 2018.
Field-erected cooling towers are large structures made of concrete, FRP (fiber reinforced plastic), wood, etc., meant to withstand weather changes. These towers are generally used in heavy industrial areas where they utilize large volumes of water to perform cooling processes. They are anticipated to hold the largest market share by 2027 under the construction segment. Factory-assembled cooling towers are also known as ‘package’ or ‘modular’ cooling towers, and are made in a factory. They are comparatively smaller in size, energy-efficient, take less space and time to build, and are cost-effective. These are used in small industrial plants.
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The North America cooling tower market is anticipated to grow at significant rate during the forecast period. In North America, end-use industries such as the power sector extensively use field-erected, concrete-made cooling towers that can hold large capacities of water. Moreover, the induced draft type is a widely used cooling tower technology in North America. For instance, global cooling tower manufacturer SPX Corporation recommended replacing a 80 horsepower (HP) forced draft cooling tower with a 30 HP induced draft cooling tower, which increased the cooling tower capacity by 5%, and consumed only 38% of energy as compared to a forced draft cooling tower. The induced draft cooling tower segment holds the largest share of the cooling tower market in North America, and is expected to lead the market during the forecast period. Natural draft cooling towers are the second-most popular type installed in North America. Natural draft cooling towers consume less power than induced draft cooling towers.