News | February 10, 2022

Industrial Valve Market Size Worth $125.59B, Globally, By 2028 At 7% CAGR - Exclusive Report By The Insight Partners

The industrial valve market size is expected to grow from $78.18 billion in 2021 to $125.59 billion by 2028; it is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 7.0% during 2021 to 2028.

New York, NY (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) - The latest research study on “Industrial Valve Market Forecast to 2028 - COVID-19 Impact and Global Analysis By Material Type (Cast Iron, Steel, Cryogenic, Alloy-Based, Others); Valve Type (Ball Valves, Butterfly Valves, Diaphragm Valves, Safety Valves, Piston RAM Valves, Gate Valves, and Control Valves); Industry (Oil and Gas, Water Treatment, Power and Energy, Chemicals and Petrochemical, Food and Beverage, Healthcare and Pharmaceutical, Others)”, published by The Insight Partners.

Report Coverage Details
Market Size Value in US$ 78.18 billion in 2021
Market Size Value by US$ 125.59 billion by 2028
Growth rate CAGR of 7.0% from 2021 to 2028
Forecast Period 2021-2028
Base Year 2021
No. of Pages 185
No. Tables 83
No. of Charts & Figures 92
Historical data available Yes
Segments covered Material Type, Valve Type, Industry
Regional scope North America; Europe; Asia Pacific; Latin America; MEA
Country scope US, UK, Canada, Germany, France, Italy, Australia, Russia, China, Japan, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Brazil, Argentina
Report coverage Revenue forecast, company ranking, competitive landscape, growth factors, and trends


Industrial Valve Market: Competitive Landscape and Key Developments
Valen Inc., Crane Co., Circor International, Emerson Electric Co., Flowserve Corporation, Kitz Corporation, Neway Valve (Suzhou) Co. Ltd., Spirax Sarco, Schlumberger Limited, and IMI PLC are among the key players that are profiled during this market study. In addition to these players, several other essential market players were also studied and analyzed to get a holistic view of the global industrial valve market and its ecosystem.

In 2020, Spirax Sarco expanded its product portfolio by including a range of Bellows Seal Valves, and the BSA and A3S isolation valves. These valves are manufactured to secure plants and save energy by eliminating stem seal leaks.

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In 2021, HT&HP floating ball valve of Neway Valve passed the high-temperature cycle test of 650℃ and 550℃. The test process was conducted in accordance with API 6D (ISO 5208) with utmost stringency.

South America comprises Brazil, Argentina, and the Rest of South & Central America. From the last decade, oil output in Central and South America has peaked to reach more than 7 million barrels per day; 7.5 million barrels per day is the most recent statistic. Venezuela and Brazil currently control most Central and South American oil output. Venezuela has always been the largest oil producer in South America. Its oil reserves (which account for 18% of the world’s total reserves) far outnumber Saudi Arabia's. However, the continuous political and economic downturns have impacted productivity. Venezuela produced 3.3 million barrels per day in 2005, which dropped to 2.4 million barrels per day by 2016. Since 1985, as Venezuela's production has decreased, the production in Brazil has increased dramatically. The country reported a daily output of 2.6 million barrels in 2016, which earned it a 35% regional share, making it a leading oil producer of South America for the first time. A favorable stance regarding exploration bids, which has piqued the interest of foreign oil firms, and the development of new offshore technology have all worked in Brazil's favor. Argentina's economic boom has helped a wide range of sectors, including agriculture and industrial. The industrial sector accounts for ~17% of total registered employment and 17% of GDP in the country. Córdoba is Argentina's most important industrial city, including metalworking, automobile, and auto parts factories. These factors are driving the demand and sales of industrial valves in South and Central America.

In Africa, South Africa is among the most advanced and developed countries. It is exploring its oil & gas potential to stay ahead in the global market. The country began discovering new gas reserves through collaborations with various private companies. In October 2020, the South African government initiated to discover offshore gas deposits in collaboration with Total, a French-based oil & gas company, to find new gas deposits in the Outeniqua Basin. Earlier, in 2019, the country discovered a new gas deposit in the Brulpadda field. Hence, the discovery of a new gas deposit field is expected to propel the industrial valve market in South Africa.

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India has become one of the largest importers of LNG in the world, with declining domestic gas production and rising domestic demand. In India, the oil & gas sector is among the prominent economic segments, and it plays a significant role in influencing decision-making for all the other crucial sections of the Indian economy. The government of India has adopted various policies to fulfill the growing demand for this sector. India has more than doubled its import potential for LNG over the last 10 years. In recent years, an increase in the import of LNG has led to a decrease in domestic production and increased use of natural gas (particularly in the industrial sector where natural gas is used in fertilizer production), and a shrinking of the urban gas network in the country. Thus, the increasing consumption and Imports of LNG gas are expected to provide a conducive environment for the industrial valve market in India in the coming years.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Brazil has been the worst-hit country in South America (SAM), followed by Chile, Ecuador, Peru, and Argentina. To curb the spread of SARS-CoV-2, various economic activities in the region were partially halted. In the wake of the crisis, manufacturing and construction, mining, and oil & gas activities were severely disrupted in SAM, which subsequently restrained the growth of the industrial control valve market in the region.

In SAM, Argentina and Brazil are two prime natural gas-producing countries that account for ~40% of the entire region. However, during the COVID-19 pandemic, these countries witnessed a significant decline in their oil & gas-related activities due to the collapsed oil and gas prices. The restricted activities related to the storage and transportation of liquid gas products lowered the demand for industrial valves in the region. However, with the resurgence of economies in SCAM from late 2020, oil & gas companies have subsequently started resuming their operations. This development is expected to drive the growth of the SCAM industrial valve market in the coming years.

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Industrial Valve Market: Ball Valve Overview
Ball valves are among the most commonly used valves across the majority of industries, and they also have simple design and construction with a ball mounted inside a pipe. The valve is characterized by high durability, less damage susceptibility, low service requirements, easy repairing, lubricant-free operations, and bubble-tight seal, even at low torque. The adoption of ball valves is higher across various industries such as oil and gas, chemicals and petrochemicals, power generation, and healthcare. Moreover, with increasing competition in market, companies are introducing innovative ball valves. For instance, in November 2021, Rusco announced the launch of a smart automated ball valve for home filtration, well water, commercial, and municipal applications, which can be paired with smartphones for program automation, to perform sediment flushing and flow shut-off.

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