World HVAC Equipment Market Outlook to 2025 and the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic

DUBLIN, July 26, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The “Global Market Report HVAC Equipment 2021-2030” report has been added to’s to offer.

This study examines the global HVAC equipment industry. The demand for HVAC equipment is segmented by product, market, and global geographic region. Historical data (2010, 2015 and 2020) and 2025 and 2030 forecasts are presented for HVAC equipment demand and shipments are presented in current US dollars (including inflation) for the global, regional and country regions.

HVAC equipment discussed includes:

  • Room air conditioners (both window units and wall mounted air conditioners)
  • Heat pumps: air to water heat pumps (also known as conventional heat pumps), including split heat pumps and packaged heat pumps and geothermal heat pumps (including both ground and water source types), including closed and open loop systems
  • Unitary air conditioners (including split, multi-split and single-package units)
  • Boilers, including: Cast iron and steel grades, District heating boilers, including large-scale boilers and series of large-scale central boilers that generate hot water to provide heat to an industrial complex or a densely populated urban area
  • Hot air ovens, also called hot air ovens
  • Other HVAC equipment, including absorption chillers, dehumidifiers, humidifiers, liquid chillers, packaged terminal air conditioners, and room and zone heaters

The data is further segmented by residential and non-residential markets:


  • single-family homes
  • Single-family homes (e.g. townhouses)
  • Multi-unit apartment or condominium buildings
  • Manufactured houses, which are housing units built on a permanent chassis with wheels for transportation by road to the location where the unit will be placed


  • Institutional buildings (e.g. health and education facilities, religious institutions)
  • Office and commercial structures (e.g., data centers, office buildings, retail outlets, hospitality facilities, warehousing and warehousing facilities not located on industrial sites, and other commercial structures such as banks and theatres)
  • Industrial facilities (e.g. factories and associated offices)
  • Other non-residential structures such as airport and bus terminals, recreational buildings, police stations, fire stations and prisons

Main topics covered:

1. Summary

2. Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic

  • Overview
  • Impact on the economy
  • Impact on the construction industry
  • Impact on the Global HVAC Equipment Industry

3. Overview

  • Study size
  • Historical trends
  • Ask Outlook
  • Ask per region
  • Question per product
  • Demand per market
  • Shipments by region
  • International trade
  • Pricing Patterns

4. Factors Affecting Demand

  • Technology and product innovation
  • Smart technology
  • Sensor technology
  • Dual Fuel Technology
  • Sustainability issues
  • Montreal Protocol & Kigali Changes
  • Regulations and alternative refrigerants
  • Energy costs, efficiency and the Renewable Energy Directive
  • Other factors
  • climate
  • Culture
  • Urbanization trends
  • Building Construction and Design

5. Room Air Conditioners

6. Heat pumps

7. Unit air conditioners

8. Central heating boilers

9. Hot air ovens

10. Other HVAC Equipment (Chillers, Humidity Control, Zone Heaters)

11. Residential HVAC Equipment

12. Non-Residential HVAC Equipment

13. North America

14. Central & South America

15. Western Europe

16. Eastern Europe

17. Asia-Pacific

18. Africa/Middle East

19. Industry Structure

  • Key findings and industry composition
  • Market share
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Marketing
  • Trade and Industry Associations
  • Distribution
  • List of industry participants

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