Increasing demand for valves from healthcare and pharmaceuticals industries due to outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic, rising demand for energy in APAC, growing need for connected networks to maintain and monitor industrial equipment, and surging focus on establishing new nuclear power plants and upscaling of existing ones are the key driving factors for the control valve market.
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Rotary valves to account for a larger share of the control valve market by 2025
Rotary control valves are expected to hold a larger share of the control valve market in 2019. Rotary valves are less prone to clogging in dirty service applications, and through the stem packing, emissions can be controlled effortlessly, without using costly bellows seals. Moreover, lighter weight and smaller size of rotary valves contribute to the constantly increasing demand for these valves. Another advantage offered by rotary valves is the formation of a virtually obstruction-free path for the fluid when the valve is wide open.
Oil & Gas accounted for the largest market share in 2019
The oil & gas industry accounted for the largest share of the control valve market in 2019 owing to the rising energy demand and increasing drilling activities in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries. However, at present, the world is facing an economic crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, at present, the world is facing a financial crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This pandemic has severely affected the oil & gas industry, with oil prices declined to below zero levels. The major oil-producing companies are running out of space to store the extracted oil, while the demand for oil has declined drastically, which has created a huge demandâ€“supply gap. Oil & gas is one of the key industries for control valves, but the pandemic has adversely affected the control valve market in 2020 to a significant extent.
North America to witness a higher CAGR during the forecast period.
Increasing R&D activities in the region pertaining to the use of valves in automation and the rising demand for safety applications are the 2 crucial factors driving the growth of this market in North America. R&D at industry levels is broadening the application areas of valves in different industries, such as energy & power and chemicals, especially in the US. Control valves are used in oil & gas, energy & power, and water & wastewater treatment industries to control media flow through a system, as well as to start, stop, or throttle the flow and ensure safe and efficient process automation.
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A few of the key players in the control valve market are Christian Burkert (Germany), Emerson (US), Flowserve Corporation (US), Cameron (Schlumberger Company) (US), IMI PLC (UK), Neles Corporation (Finland), Crane Co. (US), Samson Controls (US), Kitz Corporation (Japan), Neway Valve (China), Ham-Let (Israel), Trillium Flow Technologies (UK), Alfa Laval (Sweden), Apollo Valves (US), Spirax Sarco (UK), Curtiss-Wright Corporation (US), Dwyer Instruments (US), AVK Holdings A/S (Denmark), Velan, Inc. (Canada), Swagelok (US), and Avcon Control (India)