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Global Explosion Proof Equipment (2013-2020): Special focus on Oil & Gas sector including Shale Gas

The context behind the development of explosion proof equipment can be traced back to 19th century, which saw the upsurge of usage of electrical equipments. It was a time of bitter experience in the form of firedamp explosion that lead to adoption of high standards of safety in electrical equipments. Presently, an increased expenditure on explosion proof equipments and prudent regulations adopted by different nations has resulted in diminishing level of such incidents. This market study has ana

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Published Year: 2014
 
 

The context behind the development of explosion proof equipment can be traced back to 19th century, which saw the upsurge of usage of electrical equipments. It was a time of bitter experience in the form of firedamp explosion that lead to adoption of high standards of safety in electrical equipments. Presently, an increased expenditure on explosion proof equipments and prudent regulations adopted by different nations has resulted in diminishing level of such incidents.
 
This market study has analyzed the classification of hazardous areas in North America and other parts of the world. The classification is based on locations that may be classified as explosive atmospheres due to the presence of flammable gases, vapours, liquids or combustible dusts. These are called ?Class system? in North America and ?zone system? in other parts of world. However, only presence of these explosive substances doesn?t fulfill the criteria of a location being hazardous.
 
The market study also segments the equipments in different categories based on compliance drawn up by the European Standardization Committee (CEN) and the European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (CENELEC). The equipments have been further segmented based on its application across different zones or classes. These equipments have been categorized into different classes depending on the ignition temperature of materials used with the equipments. A further categorization is done on the basis of a system of equipment protection levels (EPLs) to clearly define the inherent ignition risk of equipment, no matter what type of protection is applied. Furthermore, these equipments have been mapped to the zones in which they can be applied.
 
The key players in the market include ALstom, Cooper Industries, BARTEC GmbH, Crouse-Hinds (Cooper Industries), and STAHL, Inc. among others.
 
Key questions answered in this report:

• What will the market size be in 2018 and what will be the growth rate?

• What are key market trends?

• What is driving this market?

• What are the challenges to market growth?

• Who are the key vendors in this market space?

• What are the market opportunities and threats faced by key vendors?

• What are the strengths and weaknesses of each of these key vendors?
 
 
Apart from the identification of various traditional end user industries where explosion proof equipments are deployed an emerging field of Shale gas technology and its equipment has also been analysed.
 
 

TABLE OF CONTENT
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
4. EXPLOSION PROOF EQUIPMENT - MARKET FORCES
4.1. MARKET DRIVERS
4.2. MARKET CONSTRAINTS
4.3. MARKET CHALLENGES
4.4. ATTRACTIVENESS OF THE INDUSTRY (QUANTIFICATION OF PORTER’S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS)
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 PRINCIPLES OF PROTECTION
1.1 EXPLOSION CONTAINED WITHIN EQUIPMENT
1.2 PREVENTING CONTACT BETWEEN EXPLOSIVE MIXTURE AND SOURCE OF IGNITION
1.3 LIMITING TEMPERATURE TO PREVENT EXPLOSION
7 MARKET BY EXPLOSIVE TYPES
7.1 EXPLOSIVE GAS ATMOSPHERES
7.1.1 INTRINSIC SAFETY
7.1.2 OIL IMMERSION
7.1.3 SAND FILLING
7.1.4 ENCAPSULATION
7.1.5 PRESSURIZED ENCLOSURES
7.1.6 FLAMEPROOF ENCLOSURES
7.1.7 INCREASED SAFETY
7.1.8 OPTICAL RADIATION
7.2 COMBUSTIBLE DUSTS
7.2.1 PRESSURIZED ENCLOSURE
7.2.2 ENCAPSULATION
7.2.3 PROTECTION BY ENCLOSURE
7.2.4 INTRINSIC SAFETY
8 MARKET BY HAZARDOUS AREAS
8.1 INTRODUCTION
8.2 MARKET BASED ON LOCATION CLASSIFICATION IN NORTH AMERICA
8.2.1 CLASS I
8.2.1.1 DIVISION I
8.2.1.2 DIVISION II
8.2.2 CLASS II
8.2.2.1 DIVISION I
8.2.2.2 DIVISION II
8.2.3 CLASS III
8.2.3.1 DIVISION I
8.2.3.2 DIVISION II
8.3 MARKET BASED ON LOCATION CLASSIFICATION IN REST OF THE WORLD
8.3.1 GASES/VAPORS
8.3.1.1 ZONE 0
8.3.1.2 ZONE 1
8.3.1.3 ZONE 2
8.3.2 DUSTS
8.3.2.1 ZONE 20
8.3.2.2 ZONE 21
8.3.2.3 ZONE 22
9 CLASSIFICATION OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
9.1 INTRODUCTION
9.2 CLASSIFICATION BASED ON SAFETY REQUIREMENTS
9.2.1 GROUP I
9.2.1.1 CATEGORY M1
9.2.1.2 CATEGORY M2
9.2.2 GROUP II
9.2.2.1 CATEGORY 1
9.2.2.2 CATEGORY 2
9.2.2.3 CATEGORY 3
9.3 CLASSIFICATION BASED ON EXPLOSION GROUPS
9.3.1 GROUP I
9.3.2 GROUP II
9.3.3 GROUP III
9.4 CLASSIFICATION BASED ON TEMPERATURE CLASSES
9.5 CLASSIFICATION BASED ON EQUIPMENT PROTECTION LEVEL
9.5.1 GROUP I
9.5.1.1 EPL MA
9.5.1.2 EPL MB
9.5.2 GROUP II
9.5.2.1 EPL GA
9.5.2.2 EPL GB
9.5.2.3 EPL GC
9.5.2.4 EPL DA
9.5.2.5 EPL DB
9.5.2.6 EPL DC
10 MARKET BY APPLICATION
10.1 POWER DISTRIBUTION EQUIPMENT
10.1.1 JUNCTION BOXES
10.1.2 CONTROL CABINETS
10.1.3 PUSH BUTTONS AND SWITCHES
10.1.4 CABLE GLANDS AND ENCLOSURES
10.2 INSTRUMENTS
10.2.1 SENSORS
10.2.2 ELECTRIC BARRIERS
10.2.3 FIELDBUS
10.2.4 CONVECTORS AND TRANSMITTERS
10.3 PROTECTIVE SYSTEM
10.3.1 FLAME ARRESTERS
10.3.2 EXPLOSION RELIEF SYSTEM (EXPLOSION DOORS, VENT PANELS, ETC. )
10.4 LIGHTING
10.4.1 FLUORESCENTS
10.4.2 FLOODLIGHTS
10.5 MOTORS
10.6 OTHER MECHANICAL PRODUCTS
10.6.1 PUMPS AND COMPRESSORS
10.6.2 HANDLING AND LIFTING EQUIPMENTS
10.6.3 GEARS AND BEARING SYSTEMS
11 MARKET BY END USER APPLICATION VERTICALS
11.1 INTRODUCTION
12 GLOBAL EXPLOSION PROOF EQUIPMENT MARKET -GEOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS
12.1 INTRODUCTION
12.2 NORTH AMERICA
12.2.1 U.S.
12.2.2 CANADA
12.2.3 MEXICO
12.3 SOUTH & CENTRAL AMERICA
12.4 EUROPE
12.4.1 U.K.
12.4.2 GERMANY
12.4.3 FRANCE
12.4.4 ITALY
12.4.5 OTHERS
12.5 APAC
12.5.1 CHINA
12.5.2 INDIA
12.5.3 MALAYSIA
12.5.4 OTHERS
12.6 ROW
12.6.1 MIDDLE EAST
12.6.2 NORTH AFRICA
13. MARKET ENTROPY
13.1 NEW PRODUCT LAUNCHES
13.2 M&AS, COLLABORATIONS, JVS AND PARTNERSHIPS
14. COMPANY PROFILES (OVERVIEW, FINANCIALS, SWOT ANALYSIS – TOP 5 COMPANIES, DEVELOPMENTS, PRODUCT PORTFOLIO)
14.1 ADALET (SCOTT FETZER COMPANY)
14.2 ALLOY INDUSTRY CO. LTD.
14.3 BARTEC GMBH
14.4 BALIGA LIGHTING EQUIPMENTS PVT. LTD.
14.5 CROUSE-HINDS (COOPER INDUSTRIES)
14.6 E2S WARNING SIGNALS
14.7 EXTRONICS LTD.
14.8 FEAM SR
14.9 INTERTEK GROUP
14.10 J.B. SYSTEMS LTD.
14.11 MARECHAL ELECTRIC GROUP
14.12 MHE-DEMAG (S) PTE LTD.
14.13 PELCO (BY SCHNEDIER ELECTRIC SA)
14.14 S.C. UMEB SA
14.15 R. STAHL, INC
14.16 THUBA EHB LTD
14.17 VELAN OOO.
14.18 WALSALL LTD (PEPPERL+FUCHS)
14.19 WAROM TECHNOLOGY, INC.

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