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Toxic and Combustible Gas Detectors

This market research study delivers current market analysis plus a five year market and technology forecast.  The study is available in multiple editions including worldwide and all regions.


Published Date
7/29/2013


Overview

​​​Market Driven by Improved Regulations and Compliance
Toxic and combustible gas detectors are on the front line of defense in process industries, warning of hazardous gas emissions well before they reach crisis levels.

The threat that toxic and combustible gases pose to the safety of plant personnel and nearby communities has drawn greater attention in recent years and spurred demand for both safety systems and safety instrumentation like toxic and combustible gas detectors.

Compliance with increasingly tough safety regulations is a major factor driving investment in gas detectors among oil & gas, refining, and mining customers. 

Due to strict regulations and enforcement, users in Europe and North America demand high quality and reliable detectors.  In contrast, users in developing markets tend to be less concerned about reliability than about cost.  However, with safety issues becoming a major point of concern, many developing countries are taking measures to improve the regulation and compliance.  As a result, end users in these regions have also started to overlook the cost and pay more importance to reliability and performance of the detectors.

Strategic Issues
This study is intended to assist suppliers and purchasers in staying abreast of technology advancements, and explores in-depth the key issues that will impact this business in the near future.

• Short- and long-term potential for the gas detection business
• Impact of regulatory requirements on the market
• How new technologies will impact the gas detector market 
• The industries and regions that offer the greatest growth potential
• The key elements for success in the toxic gas detector business 




Formats and Editions Available

This market study may be purchased as an On-line License or as a PDF File.  The On-line License has some unique features such as market history and market shares for the past several years.  Regional studies include country and industry market data.  Studies and formats available are listed below:  

 

MIRA On-line

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 Worldwide (includes regional data)

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 North America (includes country data)

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No

 USA by Region and State

Yes

No

 Latin America (includes country data)

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No

 Europe, Middle East, Africa (includes country data)

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 Asia (includes country data)

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Countries included in each region 

Table of contents for these studies is shown in the following paragraphs.





Study Brochure



Worldwide Study Table of Contents

Executive Summary

  • Major Trends
  • Industry Trends
  • Regional Trends
  • Strategies for Success
Scope

Market Shares List of Figures

  • Market Shares of the Leading Suppliers
  • Market Shares by Region
    • North America
    • Europe, Middle East, Africa
    • Asia
    • Latin America
  • Market Shares by Industry
    • Chemical/Petrochemical
    • Refining
    • Oil & Gas
    • Food & Beverage
    • Pharmaceutical & Biotech
    • Pulp & Paper
    • Mining & Metals
    • Electric Power
    • Water & Wastewater
  • Market Shares by Measured Medium
    • Toxic Gas
    • Combustible Gas
  • Market Shares by Configuration
    • Fixed
    • Portable
  • Market Shares by Detector Type
    • Point Detector
    • Open Path Detector
Market Forecast List of Figures

  • Total Shipments of Toxic & Combustible Gas Detectors
  • Shipments by Region
    • North America
    • Europe, Middle East, Africa
    • Asia
    • Latin America
  • Shipments by Industry
    • Chemical/Petrochemical
    • Refining
    • Oil & Gas
    • Food & Beverage
    • Pharmaceutical & Biotech
    • Pulp & Paper
    • Mining & Metals
    • Electric Power
    • Water & Wastewater
  • Average Sales Price of Toxic Gas Detectors
  • Shipments by Measured Medium
    • Toxic Gas
    • Combustible Gas
  • Shipments by Configuration
    • Fixed
    • Portable
  • Shipments by Detector Type
    • Point Detector
    • Open Path Detector
  • Shipments by Sensor Type
    • Electrochemical
    • Catalytic Bead
    • Infrared
    • Laser
    • Other
  • Shipments by Safety Integrity Level
    • SIL-1
    • SIL-2
    • SIL-3
    • None
  • Shipments by Transmission Method
    • Wired
    • Wireless
  • Shipments by Intelligence
    • Smart
    • Conventional
  • Shipments by Component
    • Sensor
    • Transmitter
  • Shipments by Communication Protocol
    • HART
    • Foundation Fieldbus
    • Profibus PA
    • Other
  • Shipments by Sales Channel
  • Shipments by Customer Type
Supplier Profiles

Profiles for the major suppliers servicing this market are included.  Each profile reviews the company's business, products, and services as it applies to this market segment.  Suppliers profiled include Bodkin, Bruker, Control Instruments, Crowcon Detection Instruments, Delphian, Detector Electronics, Drager Safety Systems, Emerson Process Management, ENMET, Flir Systems, Gas Clip Technologies, Gastec, GfG Instrumentation, Honeywell, Industrial Safety Technologies, Industrial Scientific, International Sensor Technology, Interscan, Mil-Ram Technology, MSA-Mining Safety Appliance, PemTech, RAE Systems, Rebellion Photonics, Riken Keiki, Scott Safety, Senscient, Sensidyne, Sensor Electronics, Sierra Monitor, Simtronics.



Regional Study Table of Contents

Executive Overview
 

Scope

Market Share Analysis

  • Leading Suppliers in Region
  • Industry Shares in Region
  • Country Shares in Region
  • Leading Suppliers by Industry

Market Forecast Analysis 

  • Market Forecast by Country
  • Market Forecast by Industry

Leading Supplier Profiles

List of countries included in each region:
MIRA-Country.pdf





Country Study Table of Contents

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