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Global Explosion Proof Equipment Market (2013 - 2020) - By Protection Types (Explosion Prevention, Explosion Proof, Explosion Segregation); By Applications (Automation Systems, Lighting, Material Handling Systems, Surveillance Systems, Signaling Systems)

NEW YORK, April 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Global Explosion Proof Equipment Market (2013 – 2020) – By Protection Types (Explosion Prevention, Explosion Proof, Explosion Segregation); By Applications (Automation Systems, Lighting, Material Handling Systems, Surveillance Systems, Signaling Systems)–-2020-–-By-Protection-Types-Explosion-Prevention-Explosion-Proof-Explosion-Segregation-By-Applications-Automation-Systems-Lighting-Material-Handling-Systems-Surveillance-Systems-Signaling-Systems.html#utm_source=prnewswire&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=Machine_Tool_and_Equipment

The global explosion protection equipment market which encompasses products which can be categorized as intrinsically safe, explosion proof or explosion containable and explosion segregated is growing at a healthy growth rate of 9.4% during 2013 – 2018. The overall market size currently stands at $3.45bn in 2013, which is 10.8% increase over the revenues from 2012.

IndustryARC expects the market size to cross the $5bn mark in 2017 and continue to increase to $5.41bn in 2018.
The report discusses the different protection principles along with the different standards and certifications present in the market for products being manufactured. The market has been analyzed based on the flammable substances and explosive characteristics areas too. Importantly, 11 key product segments were identified and analyzed in the report. These include cable glands, power generation and distribution systems, junction boxes and enclosures, lifting systems, material handling systems, panel boards, switches and sockets, surveillance and monitoring systems, signaling systems and switchgears. IndustryARC is of the opinion that surveillance systems and lighting systems have the fastest growth rate among all the product segments with rates of around xx% and xx% respectively for the forecast period 2013 – 2018.

Explosion proof equipment are used in almost all industry verticals like pharmaceuticals, chemicals, textiles, grain processing, oil and gas, petrochemicals etc for the protection of different types of machinery. The market was also thus analyzed on these key end user verticals in the report. The waste management and construction industry are the two fastest growing end user verticals according to IndustryARC with growth rates of around xx% and xx% respectively. Emerging markets in Asia Pacific and Middle East are expected to be the major contributors due to increased construction activity, manufacturing and toxic waste treatment necessities. The market has also been analyzed based on the key geographic regions like North America, South America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa. Each of these regions has been
further segmented by the key countries contributing to the market revenues. xx and South xx are the fastest growing geographic regions with growth rates of around xx% and xx% respectively.

With respect to countries China, Mexico and Brazil are the xx xx xx markets with xx year over year rates of xx%, xx% and xx% respectively for the period 2013 – 2018.
1. Explosion Proof Equipment - Market Overview

2. Executive Summary

3. Explosion Proof Equipment - Market Landscape

3.1. Market Share Analysis

3.2. Comparative Analysis

3.2.1. Product Benchmarking

3.2.2. End user profiling

3.2.3. Patent Analysis

3.2.4. Top 5 Financials Analysis

4. Explosion Proof Equipment - Market Forces

4.1. Market Drivers

4.2. Market Constraints

4.3. Market Challenges

4.4. Attractiveness of the Industry

4.4.1. Power of Suppliers

4.4.2. Power of Customers

4.4.3. Threat of New entrants

4.4.4. Threat of Substitution

4.4.5. Degree of Competition

5. Explosion Proof Equipment – Strategic Analysis

5.1. Value Chain Analysis

5.2. Opportunities Analysis

5.3. Product/Market Life Cycle Analysis

6. Explosion Proof Equipment Market

6.1. By Protection Principle

6.1.1. Explosion Prevention/Limiting Energy Intrinsic Safe Devices Non Incendive Devices Non-Sparking Devices Pressurized Enclosures Purging Enclosure Restricted Breathing Hermetical Sealing

6.1.2. Explosion Proof/Explosion Containment Flameproof Enclosures Ingress Enclosures Conduit & Cable Seals

6.1.3. Explosion Segregation (Isolation) Encapsulation Powder/Sand Filling Oil/Liquid Immersion

6.2. By Flammable Substance

6.2.1. Class I

6.2.2. Class II

6.2.3. Class III

6.3. By Area Classification

6.3.1. Division 1

6.3.2. Division 2

6.4. By Explosive Characteristics-Groups

6.4.1. Group A

6.4.2. Group B

6.4.3. Group C

6.4.4. Group D

6.4.5. Group E

6.4.6. Group F

6.4.7. Group G

6.5. By Explosive Characteristics-Zones

6.5.1. Zone 0

6.5.2. Zone 1

6.5.3. Zone 2

6.5.4. Zone 20

6.5.5. Zone 21

6.5.6. Zone 22

7. Explosion Proof Equipment Market - By Applicable Systems

7.1. Automation Systems

7.2. Cable Glands

7.3. Control Stations & Switches

7.4. Distribution Systems

7.5. Junction Boxes & Enclosures

7.6. Lifting Systems

7.7. Lighting Systems

7.8. Material Handling Systems

7.9. Panel Boards & Motor Starters

7.10. Plugs & Sockets

7.11. Surveillance & Monitor Systems

7.12. Signaling Systems

7.13. Switchgear

8. Explosion Proof Equipment Market -By End- User Industries

8.1. Aerospace & Aircraft

8.2. Construction

8.3. HVAC

8.4. Manufacturing

8.4.1. Chemicals

8.4.2. Explosives

8.4.3. Paint

8.4.4. Textiles

8.5. Machining Process

8.6. Processing

8.7. Grain

8.8. Metallurgical Extraction & Refining

8.9. Mineral Processing

8.10. Mining

8.11. Oil & Gas

8.12. Petrochemicals

8.13. Marine Industry

8.13.1. Ports

8.13.2. Ship Yards

8.14. Waste Management

9. Global Explosion Proof Equipment Market -Geographic Analysis

9.1. Introduction

9.2. North America

9.2.1. Canada

9.2.2. Mexico

9.2.3. USA

9.2.4. Others

9.3. South & Central America

9.3.1. Argentina

9.3.2. Brazil

9.3.3. Venezuela

9.3.4. Others

9.4. Europe

9.4.1. Germany

9.4.2. France

9.4.3. Italy

9.4.4. Russia

9.4.5. U.K

9.4.6. Others

9.5. APAC

9.5.1. China

9.5.2. India

9.5.3. Indonesia

9.6. Middle-East

9.6.1. Iran

9.6.2. Saudi Arabia

9.6.3. UAE

9.6.4. Others

9.7. ROW

10. Market Entropy

10.1. New Product Launches

10.2. M&As, Collaborations, JVs and Partnerships

11. Company Profiles (Overview, Financials, SWOT Analysis – Top 5 Companies, Developments, Product Portfolio)

11.1. Adalet (Scott Fetzer Company)

11.2. Alloy Industry Co. Ltd.

11.3. BARTEC GmbH

11.4. Baliga Lighting Equipments Pvt. Ltd.

11.5. Crouse-Hinds (Cooper Industries)

11.6. E2S Warning Signals

11.7. Extronics Ltd.

11.8. Feam SRL

11.9. Intertek Group plc

11.10. J.B. Systems Ltd.

11.11. KH Industries

11.12. Marechal Electric Group

11.13. MHE-Demag (S) Pte Ltd.

11.14. Pelco (by Schneider Electric SA)

11.15. S.C. UMEB SA

11.16. R. STAHL, Inc.

11.17. Specific Systems Ltd.

11.18. thuba EHB Ltd.

11.19. TD Velan OOO.

11.20. Walsall Ltd (PEPPERL+FUCHS)

11.21. Warom Technology, Inc.

12. Appendix

12.1. Abbreviations

12.2. Sources

12.3. Research Methodology

12.4. Bibliography

12.5. Compilation of Expert Insights

13. Disclaimer

To order this report: Global Explosion Proof Equipment Market (2013 – 2020) – By Protection Types (Explosion Prevention, Explosion Proof, Explosion Segregation); By Applications (Automation Systems, Lighting, Material Handling Systems, Surveillance Systems, Signaling Systems)–-2020-–-By-Protection-Types-Explosion-Prevention-Explosion-Proof-Explosion-Segregation-By-Applications-Automation-Systems-Lighting-Material-Handling-Systems-Surveillance-Systems-Signaling-Systems.html#utm_source=prnewswire&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=Machine_Tool_and_Equipment

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