US RENTAL HVAC EQUIPMENT MARKET: EXPANDING NICHE MARKET OF TEMPORARY HVAC RENTAL EQUIPMENT: THE MORE AFFORDABLE ALTERNATIVE
San Antonio, TX - Water quality issues, growing public awareness of health & safety, inadequate municipal infrastructure, regional regulations, economic recovery and the return of private sector confidence are all driving the commercial water treatment market. The hospitality and food service market verticals have the largest single share of the overall commercial market, with higher proportionate growth for the healthcare sector.
The United States commercial water treatment systems market is valued at over $4.5 billion. It is expected to show continued growth with the recovering economy, GDP growth and new building construction. The market is extremely fragmented with localized regional participants having a substantial share of the market. Culligan is the overall market leader with a considerable portion of the market share.
The vast majority of revenue comes from the equipment dealer and distributor channels with other paths through direct sales, mechanical contractors, plumbing wholesales, online, etc. Higher recovery RO (reverse osmosis) systems are gaining traction in the United States with end-users looking to minimize waste, but the membrane technology is still leading the market, overall.
The key companies in this market include: Culligan, Evoqua (FKA Siemens Water Technologies), Pentair, Kinetico, Ecolab, Xylem (WET), Marlo, Ecowater, Rayne, GE, Dow Chemical, Hydranautics, Pentair, Rainsoft, Toray - CSM / Saehan, Purolite, Lanxess and many others.
This report provides an overview of the commercial water treatment market in the United States and is segmented by systems and modules. The market analysis captures the growth drivers, restraints, challenges, market share by equipment type, end-user group, sales revenue, distribution channel and technology. The study additionally includes revenue forecasts, profiles of market participants, informative quotations and strategic recommendations.
The base year of the study is 2013 and forecasts are provided up to 2020.