Marine engine cooling systems are the systems which are used to cool the engines of the marine vessel, so as to increase its productivity, and let it work more effectively and efficiently. They are major of three types, which are full loop systems, half loop systems and raw water systems. All the three types of marine engine cooling systems are used for some specific type of operations. Full loop systems are most costly marine engine cooling systems and have very less sea water damage over many years of use. This type of cooling systems allows the engine to work at a comparatively high temperature and more efficient environment. Half loop cooling systems work on similar temperature and efficient environment but can cause some sea water damage. Whereas, raw water cooling systems are the cheapest systems and are most common system among the users. These systems are designed for freshwater and can work on the lower temperature in order to reduce calcium. Raw water cooling systems are also known as seawater system or closed looped systems.
Additionally, according to the cooling process, marine engine cooling systems are classified into two types, sea water cooled systems (direct cooling) and freshwater cooling systems (indirect cooling). In Sea water cooled systems (direct cooling), seawater is straightway pumped into the cooling system of the marine engine and consequently discharged through the exhaust system or a separate discharge point, it may be dry exhaust systems or wet exhaust systems. Where, in freshwater cooling systems (indirect cooling), the engine consists of closed loop cooling and the engine coolant's temperature is decreased by moving passed a heat exchanger (which is cooled by the continuous supply of pumped sea water). The sea water is released either through the exhaust (a wet exhaust system), or a separate outlet (a dry exhaust system).
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Marine Engine Cooling Systems Market: Market Dynamics
Rise in trade and transportation among the nations across the globe in this era of globalization can be reflected as some of the major factors behind the growth of marine and shipping industry. The rapid increase in the water-based logistics activities will lead to a perpetual rise in sea traffic which, in turns, fuel the demand for ships, boats & cargos and it is anticipated to drive the shipbuilding industry in the forecast period. This rapid increase of shipbuilding industry will create demand for marine engine cooling systems market during the forecast period. Also, increasing growth in travel, leisure and transportation sector is one of the primary driving factor linked with the marine engine cooling systems market.
However, the high maintenance cost of the marine engine cooling systems is a major restraint to global marine engine cooling systems market and may hamper the market growth over the forecast period. Some vital and potential opportunities exist in the global market for the advancement and enhanced features of products in order to provide better service and performance.
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Marine Engine Cooling Systems Market: Segmentation
Marine Engine Cooling Systems Market: Regional Outlook
The Asia Pacific is projected to endure the most potential market in the global marine engine cooling systems, followed by North America and Europe regions. The market of Asia Pacific region is propelled by the rising demand from the ship manufacturing industries in the region. Additionally, in terms of production Asia Pacific, North America, and Europe regions are expected to capture more than half of the market of the global marine engine cooling systems market. Where North America is anticipated to be a significant market in terms of demand of marine engine cooling systems. On the Other hand, the market in regions such as Latin America and The Middle East and Africa is expected to account for a comparatively small share of the global marine engine cooling systems market.
Marine Engine Cooling Systems Market: Market Participants
Examples of some of the market participants in the Marine engine cooling systems market identified across the value chain are Scania, ALFA LAVAL, CP performance, Orca Marine Cooling Systems, The Winterizer, Star brite, Inc, marine-electronics, Livorsi Marine Inc., EJ Bowman, etc.