Automotive climate control systems refer, to the car’s integrated ventilation, heating and air conditioning system. It is also known as intelligent air condition and climatronic. The systems are installed to create a comfortable ambience for the passengers inside the vehicles. Evaporator, compressor, condenser, receiver, Fluid Transport and then expansion device are the main components of an automotive climate control system. These systems can be manually operated or automatic. In manual systems, the temperature has to be set manually whereas in automatic systems the temperature has to be set only once and the system adjusts the temperature in the vehicle automatically according to the outside temperature. The automatic systems work on pre-set criteria and require almost no human intervention to maintain the temperature inside the vehicle.
According to the market research report “United States Automotive Climate Control System Market Research Report Forecast 2017 to 2022“, in 2016, the value of the automotive climate control market in USA was US $3.77 Billion. In USA, the industry is expected to grow at a CAGR of 3.90% in the coming years.US holds the majority of the market share in the industry in the region of North America. Automatic climate control systems dominate the market and contributed more than half of the total revenue of the industry in 2015. The automatic climate control systems have sophisticated machinery and require many sensors in the cars. They are now being widely installed in luxury cars and top variants of mass selling cars in America. The automatic systems presence in the lower variants of passenger cars is almost negligible. The automatic climate control systems use lesser energy than the manual climate control systems and are also one of the reasons why their demand has been rising rapidly.
The leading companies of the industry are Delphi Automotive, DENSO, Hanon Systems, MAHLEBHER and Valeo. The other prominent companies include Air International Thermal Systems, Bergstrom, Calsonic Kansei, Johnson Electric, Visteon, Sanden USA and Webasto. There has been an increase in the demand for luxury cars in USA which has consequently increased the demand for climate control systems. The consumers prefer to have high end features in their luxury cars including climate control systems which in turn generate higher revenues for the industry. Mobile homes are also one of the major contributors to the industry as people spend a lot of their time in them and therefore require installing quality climate control systems which provide comfort.
The producers of automotive climate control systems are adopting eco-friendly technologies such as R123yf refrigerants, keeping in mind the rising concerns for the protection of environment. The use of geothermal pumps has also been on a rise. This has increased the total demand for automotive climate control systems. The producers have also been making an effort to improve fuel efficiency and performance of the systems. The companies have also been trying to reduce the hazardous risks of these systems. The commute time for short distance travel has been rising along with the number of long distance travels. The systems allow the passengers to be comfortable and experience lower stress during the time spent inside the vehicles. Therefore consumer expectations for better quality systems that provide more comfort, has been rising rapidly.
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