Heating, ventilation and cooling (HVAC) systems aren't used strictly in homes and buildings. They are also used in vehicles. This report takes a closer look at the commercial vehicle HVAC market and where it's headed.
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Statistics show the average American spends nearly 300 hours driving each year. Of course, some people spend even more time behind the wheel. As a result, it's important for drivers to equip their vehicle with a heating, ventilation and cooling (HVAC) system.
How does a vehicle HVAC system work exactly? There are different types of HVAC systems, and while all them are designed to provide hot or cold air, they don't necessarily function the same.
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In most consumer vehicles, the HVAC system consists of a heater core and air conditioner. The heater core, as the name suggests, is designed to create hot air. It contains a hollow tube that's used to guide hot coolant to the radiator. When the hot coolant goes through the heater core, a fan blows air over it, thereby sending hot air inside the vehicle's cabin.
For the air conditioner, vehicles have a condenser and compressor. The condenser is designed to compress refrigerant, whereas the compressor is designed the compress refrigerant. When used together, they are able to create an effective air conditioning system that emits ice-cold air into the vehicle's cabin.
In commercial vehicles, however, larger and more complex HVAC systems are used. This is important because commercial vehicles have larger and more spacious cabins than their consumer counterparts. Therefore, consumer-grade HVAC systems usually lack the cooling and heating power needed to create a comfortable environment for the driver and his or her passengers.
The Commercial Vehicle HVAC System Market to 2025 – Global Analysis and Forecasts by Technology Type; Equipment Type; and Application by The Insight Partners is a comprehensive study of the global commercial vehicle HVAC systems market. Featuring 150 pages, it analyzes the market from all angles. Within this in-depth report, you'll learn more about current and future prospective scenarios pertaining to the commercial vehicle HVAC systems market.
This report segments the global vehicle HVAC systems market by several criteria. On the basis of technology type, the market is segmented into automatic and manual. On the basis of equipment type, the market is segmented into rooftop package unit, split system, chilled water air handler, variable air volume and air to air heat pump. On the basis of end-user application, the market is segmented into light commercial, medium commercial and heavy commercial vehicle.
Some of the key commercial vehicle HVAC vendors profiled in this report DENSO CORPORATION., Valeo SA, Behr GmbH, Halla Climate Control Corp., Delphi Automotive PLC, Visteon Corp., Sanden Corp., Air International, Thermal Systems, Calsonic Kansei and DelStar Technologies.