The global Passive Isolation Equipment market was valued at USD 1,619.6 Million in 2020 and is projected to reach USD 2,294 Million by 2028, expanding at a CAGR of 4.6% during the forecast period. Vibrations from equipment are isolated using passive technology. Isolation is achieved via passive techniques by reducing the ability of vibrations to be coupled to the isolated item. This is accomplished by using a mechanical connection that redirects or dissipates vibration energy before it reaches the item to be isolated.
Electromechanical controls for system adjustment are sometimes used in passive techniques, although the isolation mechanism is still passive. Passive systems are less expensive than active systems, as they use springs, fluids, elastomers, or negative-stiffness components. They are safe and dependable, due to their relative simplicity. Passive vibration isolation refers to the use of passive shock reduction measures such as mechanical springs or rubber pads attached to a vibrating object.
A passive vibration isolation system has three main components that act together as a harmonic oscillator: spring (K), an isolated mass (payload), and a damper (C). Natural frequency of the isolation system is determined by the payload and spring stiffness. The damper eliminates the oscillation increased within the isolation system, while the spring (isolator) inhibits floor vibrations from being communicated to the isolated payload. For its low resonance frequency, pneumatic springs are frequently used in passive vibration isolation systems. Pneumatic systems provide excellent vibration isolation and damping in a variety of applications. Passive vibration isolation systems are affordable and effective at reducing high-frequency vibration. However, their natural resonance is affected in some applications, due to low-frequency vibration. Passive vibration isolation systems have a long settling time, are difficult to manage, and have low-frequency resonance.
Increasing number of strategies such as mergers & acquisitions, agreements, partnerships, and product launches among companies to establish themselves as providers of passive isolation equipment are anticipated to create lucrative opportunities in the market in the near future. Rising adoption of various strategies by market players to increase their presence and share in the market is expected to create growth opportunities in the market.
Demand for various types of vibration control systems such as automation control, motion control, vibration control, and others expanded greatly, as the automobile sector and aviation industry grew significantly in the recent years. Anti-vibration systems are used in the automotive sector to eliminate vibrations and enhance vehicle efficiency and component durability. This is expected to boost the market during the forecast period. The vibration control system is used in aircraft to reduce vibrations. Development of upgraded vibration control systems in aircraft to eliminate vibrations is the key factor that drives the passive isolation equipment market.
Rising concerns for the safety and security of mechanical devices is a major factor driving the passive isolation equipment. Passive isolation equipment helps reduce vibrations and enhances the lifespan of machinery. Use of vibration control is accelerating for various factors such as high production rates, enhanced productivity, improved safety, and product quality. Growing demand for improved performance and safety of health care equipment and vehicles in healthcare and transportation industries is anticipated to boost the demand for passive isolation equipment during the forecast period.
Various policies and regulations implemented by governments in various nations throughout the world regulating the production of passive isolation equipment are expected to have a significant effect on the product growth and pricing. Strict industry restrictions, high maintenance & replacement, and difficulties in component reliability are expected to hinder the market growth in the next few years.
Technological innovations helps to enhance product quality and efficiency. Growing demand for self-controlling, cognitive, and adaptive vibration control systems as well as technology advancements such as web-based continuous machine status monitoring and active vibration control systems in aircraft are expected to create immense opportunities for market players. Players are investing in the research and development process, considering raw materials, temperature, and pressure. This is expected to create opportunities for the global passive isolation equipment market.
Based on types, the global passive isolation equipment market is segmented into vibration isolation table, flexible materials, springs, mounts, and others. The mount segment held a significant share of the market in 2020, as it is capable of absorbing high frequencies and vibrations. The flexible material segment is expected to grow rapidly, as it uses rubber, which has properties of absorbing vibrations.
On the basis of applications, the global passive isolation equipment market is classified as construction, HVAC, transportation, manufacturing, and others. The construction segment is expected to grow at a rapid pace, owing to urbanization. The transportation segment is expected to hold a substantial share of the market, owing to rising import and export of commodities.
Based on regions, the global passive isolation equipment market is segmented as North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa. Asia Pacific is expected to hold a substantial share of the market, owing to technological advancements in the region. The market in regions is also expected to grow at a rapid pace, due to rising construction and urbanization in the region.
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According to this Growth Market Reports report, the passive isolation equipment market is likely to register a CAGR of 4.6% during forecast period 2020-2028, with an anticipated valuation of USD 2,294.0 million by the end of the 2028.
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Rapid growth of automotive and aviation industry, rising concerns for safety and security of mechanical devices, increasing need for passenger comfort and convenience, growing demand for vibration control systems are the factors expected to drive the market growth during forecast period.
Construction, HVAC, transportation, manufacturing, others are the major applications of the passive isolation equipment.
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The market is expected to slightly decrease in 2019 and 2020 owing to the COVID 19 pandemic on the passive isolation equipment market.
The base year considered for the global passive isolation equipment market report is 2020. The complete analysis period is 2018 to 2028, wherein, 2018, and 2019 are the historic years, and the forecast is provided from 2021 to 2028.
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Major manufacturers include, TMC, Integrated Dynamics Engineering GmbH, Thorlabs, Inc., Kinetic Systems, Inc., Holmarc Opto-Mechatronics (P) Ltd., Trelleborg Group, GMT Rubber-Metal-Technic Ltd, Parker LORD, Getzner Werkstoffe GmbH, Polymer Technologies, Inc. and others.
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