Ventilation and Air Handling Technologies | Thermal Control Business Update | HVAC Forum

In the ongoing scenario of gradual unlock during the receding pandemic, prime concerns of health and safety is increasing demand of ventilation equipment at residential, commercial, industrial locations, hospitals and clinics, which have huge energy consumption. It is also necessary to innovate and deploy technology in meeting the emerging need to cope up with better indoor-outdoor air exchange. Moving air through supply and exhaust ventilation cools infrastructure, helps contain airborne contaminants; control temperature, humidity, and odours etc.

Air indoors is 2 to 5 times more polluted than the air outdoors. One factor is relative humidity and other concerns with -how to clean the air that determines indoor air climate. Air handler – a central air filtration system reconditions the air to maintain indoor temperatures and air quality. The global air handling unit (AHU) market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of around 6% during 2021-2026. It is driven by the increasing demand for energy-efficient heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems across the globe.

For an effective air exchange, ventilation in buildings provides healthy air for breathing by diluting, filtering and removing the pollutants from it. Indoor air quality is maintained to ensure proper infection control and patient safety. The global ventilation system market size which stood at US$ 21.40 billion in 2019, is projected to reach US$ 33.17 billion by 2027, exhibiting a CAGR of 5.7% during the period.

The rising demand due to renovation, retrofitting and industry needs is also propelling growth of the ventilation unit market. The energy recovery ventilator is another area. The IoT devices market is expected to reach 25 billion by 2025, giving rise to demand for heat recovery systems. That also contributes to the ventilation systems market, to remove stuffy air from indoors. The increasing demand for fans from commercial sectors such as office spaces, hospitality, as well as increasing data center space is also resulting in growth of the ventilation segment.

Keeping in view of this agenda, Thermal Control Business Update HVAC Forum conducted an online interactive session on ‘Ventilation and Air Handling Technologies’ wherein industry experts discussed about emerging challenges and opportunities in ventilation and air handling technologies.

Panel Speakers:

Mr. Gaurav Vasudev, GAPS Engineering
Mr. Vaibhav Goel, BreatheEasy Consultants Pvt Ltd
Dr. Yashkumar Shukla, CARBSE
Mr. Vishal Kapur, ISHRAE technical Committee

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