Research has completed a new market study, The World Market for Vortex
Flowmeters, 5th Edition. The study was
previously published in 2001, 2003, 2006 and 2010. A lot of important developments have
occurred in the vortex flowmeter market in the past several years. This
study takes these developments into account, and provides a completely
updated look at the worldwide vortex flowmeter market.
The study had multiple purposes:
To determine worldwide market size and market shares for vortex flowmeters in 2013
To forecast market growth for all types of vortex flowmeters through 2018
To identify the industries and applications where vortex flowmeters are used, and to identify
market growth sectors
To provide a product analysis for the main companies selling into the vortex flowmeter market
To provide strategies to manufacturers for selling into the vortex flowmeter market
To provide company profiles of the main suppliers of vortex flowmeters.
Key issues addressed in this study
This study has addressed the following key issues in the vortex flowmeter market:
The factors causing the market to grow
Growth in the use of multivariable flowmeters
The effects of the APIs adoption of a custody transfer standard on vortex sales
The use of vortex flowmeters in district heating applications
The increased number of suppliers in the vortex flowmeter market
Line sizes for vortex flowmeter applications
The use of vortex flowmeters in steam applications
The importance of reducer vortex flowmeters
New product and technology developments
Growth strategies for vortex flowmeter suppliers
study includes market size in dollars and units for vortex flowmeters
worldwide and by geographic region. It reveals market shares by geographic region.
It says what industries vortex flowmeters are sold into.
The study also includes other important segmentation, such as:
vs. single variable
vs. flanged vs. insertion
vs. liquid vs. steam vs. superheated steam
sizes (from <1 inch to > 12 inches)
of Communication Protocol (Foundation Fieldbus, Profibus, HART, etc.)
Channel (Direct vs. Independent Reps vs. Distributors vs. E-Business)
Type (End-users vs. OEMs vs. Systems Integrators vs.
sensing technology, body material, and more. Please read the overview,
which is linked at the top of this page.
To order this study, contact Flow Research by email at firstname.lastname@example.org,
or call Flow Research at 781-245-3200. Or, use our handy order form above.