Friday, March 3, 2017

The Global Aircraft De-icing Market is projected to reach CAGR of 5.18%

According to a market research analysis "Aircraft De-Icing Market by Application (Commercial & Military), by Equipment (De-Icing Trucks, Sweepers, & Others), by Fluid Type (Type I, Type II, Type III, & Type IV), by Geography (North America, Europe & APAC) - Global Forecasts & Analysis to 2020"

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Airport de-icing/anti-icing operations are performed by airlines, airports, or contracted out to fixed base operators (i.e., contract service providers). Typically, airlines and fixed base operators are responsible for aircraft de-icing/anti-icing operations, while airports are responsible for the de-icing/anti-icing operations of airfield pavement.

The purpose of airport deicing operations is to ensure safe aircraft departures, landings, and travel on airport grounds. Frozen precipitation or frost on aircraft surfaces can compromise aircraft ability to obtain sufficient lift for departures or damage aircraft. Frozen precipitation on the airfield can cause loss of aircraft control due to lack of traction between aircraft wheels and airfield surfaces.

The growth in the aircraft de-icing market is expected to be driven by modernization and expansion of airports in the North American and European regions, along with the need for safe takeoff and landing operations.

It is expected that the widespread use of forced-air systems will result in higher purchase prices for ADF due to reduced demand. Despite these problems, forced air deicing systems offer several benefits to the airline industry, including reductions in the volume of fluid purchased, less frequent refilling of deicer trucks, and reduced costs for wastewater disposal. Type I and type IV ADFs are expected to witness steady growth in the North American and APAC regions.

In recent years, a new method of aircraft deicing has been developed that relies on infrared radiation. The leading manufacturers of infrared-based aircraft deicing systems include Radiant Energy Corporation (formerly Process Technologies, Inc.) and Infra-Red Technologies, Inc.

The aircraft de-icing market is expected to witness remarkable growth during the forecast period. Canada, U.S., U.K, Germany, Russia, France, Finland, Norway, Switzerland, and China, and Japan are identified as revenue hotspots which are expected to witness an upsurge in demand of aircraft de-icing systems. Technological innovations in the commercial aviation will help the market grow at a steady pace.

The APAC countries will focus on growth, aim to create an uncontested market space, and direct their region’s economies on a higher trajectory for the long run. Along with the organic growth strategies being adopted, the use of heat-coat anti icing technologies for UAVs and energy efficient systems are also expected to fuel the aircraft de-icing market by 2020.

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Key players profiled in the aircraft de-icing market are B/E Aerospace, LyondellBasell, UTC Aerospace Systems, JBT Corporation, Clariant AG, The Dow Chemical Company, Cryotech, Kiittokori OY, Kilfrost, BASF Corporation, Vestergaard, Contego De-icing Solutions, SDI Aviation, Weihai Guangtai Airport Equipment Co. Ltd. and Global Ground Support LLC.

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