Global Welding Fume Extraction Equipment Market Report 2022: Market to Reach USD 5.1 Billion by 2026

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The global welding fume extraction equipment market has reached $5.1 billion by 2026

The global market for welding fume extraction equipment is estimated at $3.8 billion By 2020, it is expected to reach a revised size $5.1 billion To 2026, to grow at a CAGR of 4.9% during the analysis period.

Fume extraction and dust extraction solutions increase the efficiency and safety of metal fabrication and cutting processes. Such solutions remove harmful fumes, fumes and dust; the choice of solution depends on the type of welding method used and how often it is used.

Exposure to welding fumes can be controlled by extraction and ventilation; where the focus is on capturing welding fumes as close to the source as possible. Therefore, welders and workers are protected. Some of these welding fume extraction equipment systems are capable of extracting welding fumes from multiple workstations; also used for cleaning machines and workplaces.

Cutting and welding fumes can cause health problems and adversely affect production; resulting in reduced capacity; recurring disruptions; and ultimately, reduced profits. Welders are at risk of injury in this unsafe working environment; and inadequate safety measures can also negatively impact the final product and production equipment.

Automated welding equipment, including operators and robots, may also require protection and careful monitoring. Service personnel and operators working on robotic welding equipment may be exposed to residual welding fumes; therefore, protection similar to that of manual workers is required. Some solutions related to automated welding processes offer hood extraction systems as well as torch extraction.

Mobile devices is one of the segments analyzed in the report and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5% $2.4 billion At the end of the analysis period. After a thorough analysis of the business impact of the pandemic and the economic crisis it caused, growth in the fixed unit segment was rescaled to a revised 4.4% CAGR for the next seven-year period. This segment currently accounts for a 32.1% share of the global welding fume emission equipment market.

The US market is estimated to be $968.9 million China is expected to reach $987 million by 2026

The U.S. Welding Fume Emission Equipment Market is estimated at $968.9 million by 2021. The country currently holds a 24.51% share of the global market.

Chinathe world’s second largest economy, the market size is expected to reach $987 million The CAGR through 2026 will be 6.1% throughout the analysis period.Other notable geographic markets include Japan and Canada, each forecast grew by 3.6% and 4.9%, respectively, during the analysis period.Inside Europe, Germany The CAGR is expected to be around 3.6%, while the rest of Europe (as defined in the study) will reach $1 billion At the end of the analysis period.

The strong growth in the welding machinery market is expected to provide a solid foundation for the market growth. Rapid industrialization and the consequent rise in income levels have been major factors driving demand in the consumer durables and automotive industries. The recovering automotive and consumer durables industries are expected to further drive the demand for welding equipment in the coming years.

In the post-pandemic era, offshore and onshore oil and gas exploration and refining pipeline construction projects will continue to drive growth in the welding industry, which will add to welding materials, equipment, steel pipes, manufacturing automation, wiring and cables. As pipelines are considered the most efficient method of transporting oil and gas products from source to consumers, welding equipment, which is critical in metal joining, will grow with pipeline projects.

Product innovations, advancements in manufacturing processes, and technological improvements are all factors that are expected to positively influence the global welding equipment market. The manufacturing and manufacturing sector is constantly evolving, typified by the ever-changing materials used, the increasing need for data monitoring, and the increasing complexity that requires increased levels of automation.

These changing needs are driving end users to continuously invest in advanced solutions that allow them to maintain high levels of productivity and quality.

Large Centralized Systems Segment $1.2 billion by 2026

In the field of large-scale centralized systems around the world, U.S., Canada, Japan, China and Europe will drive the segment’s projected CAGR of 5.3%.The total market size of these regional markets is $685.6 million By 2020, the scale is expected to reach $983.1 million At the end of the analysis period.

China will remain one of the fastest growing markets in the regional market cluster.led by the state, e.g. Australia, Indiaand South Koreamarket in Asia Pacific expected to reach $165 million by 2026, while Latin America will grow at a CAGR of 6.3% throughout the analysis period.

Key topics covered:

1. Methodology

2. Executive Summary

1. Market overview

  • How has the pandemic affected major end-use industries and what is the new normal?

  • manufacturing

  • Pandemic Accelerates Manufacturing Automation Momentum: Global Manufacturing Automation Market

  • Car manufacturer

  • construction industry

  • Welding fume extraction equipment: definition, scope, importance, advantages and applications

  • Recent market activity

  • innovation

2. Focus on Featured Players (34 featured in total)

  • Donaldson Company

  • Filka Spa

  • kemper american corp.

  • Lincoln Electric Holdings

  • Miller Electric Manufacturing LLC

  • global pace

  • Parker Hannifin Corporation

  • RoboVent, Inc.

  • Sentinel Air Systems

3. Market trends and drivers

  • Strong Outlook for Welding Machines Provides Foundation for Market Growth

  • Health risks and strict worker safety regulations spur adoption

  • The adoption of laser welding machines has greatly increased the adoption rate of welding fume extraction equipment

  • Laser welding is a rapidly emerging production trend

  • Although effective, laser welding emits harmful fumes, so welding fume extraction equipment must be used

  • Increased adoption of automated and robotic welding systems is driving demand for welding fume extraction equipment

  • Focus on automation drives investment in robotic welding

  • Robotic welding generates dangerous fumes and dust

  • Robotic smoke extraction is gaining popularity

  • Plasma Welding Increases Threat of Toxic Fume, Driving Demand for Welding Fume Extraction Equipment

  • Technological advancements and innovations contribute to market growth

4. Global Market Perspective

3. Regional market analysis


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