Heat Exchangers And Condensers

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Published Apr 1, 1996 | 70 Pages | Pub ID: SB287

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This market profile on heat exchangers and steam condensers reviews market developments in this $2.5 billion industry. Analyzes shipment data, demand via U.S. capital expenditures, factory shipment information, import and export data, and more. Examines competitive environment and the cost structure of U.S. heat exchanger and steam condenser plants. Annual reports, databases, and trade journals were reviewed for recent company developments and growth strategies for 12 worldwide manufacturers and marketers of heat exchangers and steam condensers.

Introduction and Methodology

Section 1: U.S. Industrial Heat Exchangers and Steam Condenser Market Trends
Executive Summary

  • Table 1-1 U.S. Market Sales of Industrial Heat Exchangers and Steam Condensers, 1989-2001 (Dollars and Percent): Market Sales and Growth Analysis
  • Table 2-2 Real U.S. Market Sales of Industrial Heat Exchangers and Steam Condensers, 1989-2001 (Dollars and Percent): Real Sales in June 1980 Dollars and Growth Analysis
  • Table 1-3 Comparative Growth of Real U.S. Industrial Heat Exchanger and Steam Condenser Shipments and Real Business Capital Expenditures, 1981-1996 (Percent): Growth Analysis for Real Shipments and Real Capital Expenditures

Section 2: U.S. Industrial Heat Exchanger and Steam Condenser Shipments
Summary of Major Findings: Shipments Still on the Rise but at a Slowing Pace, Real Shipments Rebound to Early 1980 Levels, Steam Condensers Lead in Product Rate of Growth, and Fin Tube Heat Exchangers Pass Bare Tube in Sales and Growth Rate

  • Table 2-1 U.S. Shipments of Industrial Heat Exchangers and Steam Condensers, 1967-2001 (Dollars and Percent): Shipments of Heat Exchangers and Steam Condensers and Growth Analysis
  • Table 2-2 Real U.S. Shipments of Industrial Heat Exchangers and Steam Condensers, 1981-2001(Dollars and Percent): Real Shipments and Growth Analysis
  • Table 2-3 U.S. Shipments of Industrial Heat Exchangers and Steam Condensers by Product Sector, 1967-2001 (Dollars and Percent): Heat Exchangers and Percent of Total, Steam Condensers and Percent of Total, and Products Not Specified by Kind and Percent of Total
  • Table 2-4 U.S. Shipments of Industrial Heat Exchangers by Product Type, 1967-1996 (Dollars and Percent): Bare Tube and Fin Tube
  • Table 2-5 Real U.S. Shipments of Industrial Heat Exchangers by Product Type, 1982-1996 (Dollars and Percent): Total, Compound Annual Growth Rate, Bare Tube Heat Exchangers and Percent of Total, and Fin Tube Heat Exchangers and Percent of Total
  • Table 2-6 Real U.S. Shipments of Industrial Steam Condensers, 1982-1996 (Dollars and Percent): Real Shipments of Steam Condensers and Growth Analysis
  • Table 2-7 U.S. Wholesale Price Trends for Industrial Heat Exchangers and Steam Condensers, 1981-2001 (Numbers and Percent): Heat Exchangers and Steam Condensers and Growth Analysis, Bare Tube Heat Exchangers, and Fin Tube Heat Exchangers

Section 3: U.S. Industrial Heat Exchanger and Steam Condenser Imports
Summary of Major Findings: Imports Continuing To Rise, Imports' Percentage of Total Sales Increase, Average Price for Most Imported Goods Down, and German Imports Show Strong Growth

  • Table 3-1 U.S. Imports of Industrial Heat Exchangers and Steam Condensers, 1989-1996 (Dollars and Percent): Imports and Percent of Market Sales
  • Table 3-2 U.S. Industrial Heat Exchanger and Steam Condenser Imports by Product Type, 1991-1995 (Numbers and Dollars): Brazed Aluminum Plate - Fin Heat Exchangers, Other Industrial Heat Exchangers, Industrial Heat Exchanger Parts, Condensers for Steam or Other Vapor Power Units, Heat Exchanger Parts for Steam Generators, Economizers for Use With Heat Exchangers, and Auxiliary Plants
  • Table 3-3 U.S. Industrial Heat Exchanger and Steam Condenser Imports by Product Type and Major Country of Origin, 1993-1995 (Numbers and Dollars): Brazed Aluminum Plate - Fin Heat Exchangers, Other Industrial Heat Exchangers, Industrial Heat Exchanger Parts, Condensers for Steam or Other Vapor Power Units, Heat Exchanger Parts for Steam Generators, Economizers for Use With Heat Exchangers, and Auxiliary Plants

Section 4: End-Use Markets and Factors Affecting Demand
Summary of Major Findings: Nondurable Good Manufacturing Sees Slow Growth, Real Business Capital Expenditures Begin to Drop Off, Spending On Heat Exchangers Up Through 1996, Industrial Building Construction Rises, Use of Petroleum Down in U.S., and Far East Leads in Number of New Refining Construction Projects

  • Table 4-1 U.S. Production Trends of Nondurable Goods Manufacturing, 1977-1996 (Number and Percent): Nondurable Goods Manufacturing and Growth Analysis
  • Table 4-2 U.S. Production Trends for Key End-Use Markets, 1977-1996 (Numbers): Foods, Paper & Products, Chemicals & Products, Petroleum Products, Iron & Steel Mills, and Utilities
  • Table 4-3 U.S. Real Business Capital Expenditures, 1965-1996 (Dollars and Percent): Real Capital Expenditures and Growth Analysis
  • Table 4-4 U.S. Capital Expenditures by Major Sector of the Economy, 1991-1994 (Dollars): Manufacturing Durable Goods, Primary Metals, Electrical Machinery, Machinery Except Electrical, Transportation Equipment, and Stone, Clay, & Glass; Nondurable Goods, Food and Beverage, Paper, Chemicals, Petroleum, and Rubber; and Nonmanufacturing, Mining, Transportation, Public Utilities, Commercial & Other; and Total Business Expenditures
  • Table 4-5 Worldwide Spending on Industrial Heat Exchangers by the Hydrocarbon Processing Industry, 1987-1996 (Dollars and Percent): Worldwide and Growth Analysis, U.S. and Percent of Total, and Rest of World and Percent of Total
  • Table 4-6 Worldwide Spending on Industrial Heat Exchangers by the Hydrocarbon Processing Industry by Purpose, 1994-1996 (Dollars and Percent): Capital Spending, Percent of Total, Maintenance Spending, and Percent of Total
  • Table 4-7 Real U.S. Spending on Construction Put in Place by Market and Building Type, 1987-1995 (Dollars and Percent): Residential Buildings, Nonresidential Buildings, Public Buildings, Public Utilities, and Public Facilities
  • Tale 4-8 Private Nonresidential Construction Authorized in 17,000 U.S. Permit-Issuing Places by Building Type, 1990-1995 (Numbers and Percent): Stores & Other Mercantile, Office, Industrial, Amusement, Service Stations & Repair Garages, Religious, Educational, Hospital & Institutional, Total Nonresidential, and Growth Analysis
  • Table 4-9 U.S. Electric Utility Net Generation of Electricity by Fuel, 1975-1995 (Number): Total Production, Coal, Natural Gas, Petroleum, Nuclear, Hydroelectric, and Other
  • Table 4-10 U.S. Nuclear Power Plant Statistics, 1965-1995
  • (Number and Percent): Operating Reactors, Capacity, Electricity Generated, and Percent Total Electric Utility Generation
  • Table 4-11 Number of U.S. Hydrocarbon Process Industry Plants by Sector, 1987-1993 (Number): Bituminous Coal, Lignite & Anthracite Mining; Crude Petroleum & Natural Gas; Natural Gas Liquids; Industrial Gases; Industrial Inorganic Chemicals; Plastic Materials; Synthetic Organic Fibers; Synthetic Rubber; Soap & Detergents; Paints & Allied Products; Cyclic Crudes & Intermediates; Industrial Organic Chemicals; Agricultural Chemicals; Adhesives & Sealants; Explosives; Carbon Black; Petroleum Refining; and Lubricating Oils & Greases
  • Table 4-12 Total Worldwide Refining Construction Projects, 1991-1995 (Numbers): U.S., Canada, Other Western Hemisphere, Europe, Africa, Middle East, Far East, Australia, and Total

Section 5: Issues in The U.S. Industrial Heat Exchanger and Steam Condenser Market
Issue 5-1 Heat Exchanger and Steam Condenser Fouling

  • Issue 5-2 New Products and Parts for Heat Exchangers and Steam Condensers
  • Issue 5-3 Creative Uses for Heat Exchangers and Steam Condensers

Section 6: U.S. Industrial Heat Exchanger and Steam Condenser Exports and Canadian Trends
Summary of Major Findings: Exports Gain in Share of Total U.S. Shipments, Far Eastern Growth Fastest, Prices Rise for Exported Goods, Key Foreign Markets, Canadian Imports Up Except for Steam Condensers, and All Canadian Exports Rise

  • Table 6-1 U.S. Exports of Industrial Heat Exchangers and Steam Condensers, 1982-1996 (Dollars and Percent): Exports and Percent of Shipments
  • Table 6-2 U.S. Industrial Heat Exchanger and Steam Condenser Exports by Product Type, 1991-1995 (Numbers and Dollars): Industrial Heat Exchangers, Condensers for Steam or Other Vapor Power Units, Heat Exchanger Parts for Steam Generators, Economizers for Use With Heat Exchangers, and Auxiliary Plants
  • Table 6-3 U.S. Industrial Heat Exchanger and Steam Condenser Exports by Product Type and Major Country of Destination, 1990-1996 (Numbers and Dollars): Industrial Heat Exchangers, Condensers for Steam Or Other Vapor Power Units, Heat Exchanger Parts for Steam Generators, Economizers for Use with Heat Exchangers, and Auxiliary Plants
  • Table 6-4 Canadian Imports of Industrial Heat Exchangers, 1991-1994 (Numbers and Dollars): Imports by Major Country of Origin, Industrial Heat Exchangers, and Condensers for Steam or Vapor Power
  • Table 6-5 Canadian Exports of Industrial Heat Exchangers, 1991-1994 (Numbers and Dollars): Exports by Major Country of Destination, Industrial Heat Exchangers, and Condensers

Section 7: Economic Structure of U.S. Industrial Heat Exchanger and Steam Condenser Plants
Summary of Major Findings:

  • Increase in The Number of Competitors, Higher Gross Profit Margin Percentages, Rise in Plant Productivity; Leading Manufacturing States; and Bare and Fine Tube Shipments Per Manufacturer Up
  • Table 7-1 Number of U.S. Industrial Heat Exchanger and Steam Condenser Plants and Plant Revenues, 1967-1996 (Numbers and Dollars): Number of Plants, Plant Revenues, and Revenues Per Plant
  • Table 7-2 U.S. Industrial Heat Exchanger and Steam Condenser Plant Operating Ratios and Profit Margins, 1967-1996 (Percent): Payroll, Material Costs, and Gross Profit Margin
  • Table 7-3 U.S. Industrial Heat Exchanger and Steam Condenser Plant Labor Situation, 1967-1996 (Numbers, Dollars, and Percent): Number of Employees; Shipments Per Employee; and Production Workers, Percent Total Employees, Average Hourly Wages, Average Weekly Hours, and Growth Analysis
  • Table 7-4 U.S. Industrial Heat Exchanger and Steam Condenser Plant Productivity, 1982-1996 (Dollars and Percent): Real Shipments Per Employee and Growth Analysis
  • Table 7-5 New Capital Expenditures by U.S. Industrial Heat Exchanger and Steam Condenser Plants, 1967-1996 (Dollars and Percent): New Capital Expenditures and Percent Value Added
  • Table 7-6 U.S. Industrial Heat Exchanger and Steam Condenser Shipments by Select State, 1982-1992 (Dollars and Percent): Shipments and Percent Total U.S.
  • Table 7-7 Number of U.S. Industrial Heat Exchanger and Steam Condenser Manufacturers and Average Shipments Per Company by Product Type, 1977-1992 (Numbers and Dollars): Number of Manufacturers, Bare Tube Heat Exchangers, Fin Tube Heat Exchangers, and Steam Condensers; and Average Shipments Per Manufacturer, Bare Tube Heat Exchangers, Fin Tube Heat Exchangers, and Steam Condensers
  • Table 7-8 Sales and Profit Trends for Two U.S. Industrial Heat Exchanger and Steam Condenser Manufacturers, 1992-1995 (Dollars and Percent): American Precision Industry, Inc. and Graham Corp.

Section 8: Company Profiles and Recent Developments
Summary of Major Findings:
Rise in Revenues in Early 1995, Slowing Sales Toward End of the Year, Capital Expenditures High Into 1995, Asian Market Growth Spurs Increasing Export Sales, and Growth in Industry Competition
Methodology, Sources, and Objectives
Amalgamated Metal Corporation Plc
American Precision Industries, Inc.
Betz Laboratories, Inc.
CSM Environmental Systems, Inc.
EG & G, Inc.
GEA AG
Graham Corporation
Granges AB
Harsco Corporation
Japan Steel Works Ltd.
Multistack International Ltd. .
Pitt-Des Moines, Inc.