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Industrial Ventilation

Market Assessment

NEMI
FMI Corporation

The Industrial Ventilation Market


Chemical
Manufacturing
Print, Furniture,
& Textile

Wood Processing,
Paper & Pulp

Hi Tech

Industrial
Ventilation

Utilities

Warehouses,
Mines,
Mills

Metal & Mineral


Fabrication

Automotive
Manufacturing

Food & Beverage

Industrial Ventilation Defined


Includes both industrial ductwork and other
sheet metal fabrication needs related to
industrial ventilation
Industrial ductwork Includes all ductwork
systems, hoods, exhaust stacks, dampers and
equipment supports
Other sheet metal fabrication Includes
fabrication of chutes, hoppers, conveyance
equipment, structural support frames and
platforms

Does not included normal HVAC ductwork

Key Findings
1. Industrial Ventilation Market growth between
9-12% annually.
2. Employee safety and IAQ continue to drive
the Industrial Ventilation market.
3. Service and maintenance contracts offer
substantial growth opportunities.
4. Preference for certified contractors and
union labor.

Industrial Ventilation
Market Growth

Estimated Industrial Ventilation


Market Size (millions
(millions $)
$)
3,000
3,000
2,500
2,500
2,000
2,000
1,500
1,500
1,000
1,000
500
500
00
2008
2008

2010
2010

2012
2012

New
New Construction
Construction Revenue
Revenue

2014
2014

2016
2016

2018
2018

Existing
Existing Construction
Construction Revenue
Revenue

Respondents business mix:


% Industrial Ventilation 2008 vs. 2011
2008

2011

Industrial
Ventilation
30%

Industrial
Ventilation
41%

Other
70%

Other
59%

Estimated Union Industrial Ventilation


Market Size Potential (millions
(millions $)
$)
900
900
800
800
700
700
600
600
500
500
400
400
300
300
200
200
100
100
00
2008
2008

2010
2010

2012
2012

New
New Construction
Construction Revenue
Revenue

2014
2014

2016
2016

2018
2018

Existing
Existing Construction
Construction Revenue
Revenue

Estimated Union Industrial Ventilation


Labor Hours (000s)
(000s)
8,000
8,000

Labor Hours
Hours (000's)
(000's)
Labor

7,000
7,000
6,000
6,000
5,000
5,000
4,000
4,000
3,000
3,000
2,000
2,000
1,000
1,000
00
2008
2008

2010
2010

2012
2012

New
New Construction
Construction Revenue
Revenue

2014
2014

2016
2016

2018
2018

Existing
Existing Construction
Construction Revenue
Revenue

Key Drivers

Industry Drivers
Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) and employee safety
Energy efficiency and sustainable
construction
Legislation and regulatory mandates
Strong construction backlogs (power
generation, biotech, electronics, automotive)
Lack of routine maintenance and proper
installation

Causes of Industrial Ventilation


System Failure
Lack
Lack of
of routine
routine
maintenance
maintenance
Inadequate
Inadequate system
system design
design
Filtration
Filtration specifications
specifications
Ductwork
Ductwork size
size and
and
configuration
configuration
Improper
Improper system
system use
use
Proper
Proper hood
hood installation
installation
Material
Material &
& labor
labor
workmanship
workmanship

Owners
Owners
Providers
Providers

Poor
Poor construction
construction
standards
standards
Fan
Fan specifications
specifications
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11

22

33

44

55

66

77

88

99

10
10

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% of
of Total
Total Industrial
Industrial Work
Work
%

Industrial Ventilation Applications


30%
30%

Today
Today
In
In 3yrs
3yrs

20%
20%

15%
15%

10%
10%

5%
5%

0%
0%

Certification and Union


Preferences

Preference for Certified and Union


Labor Providers
Importance of Certified
Providers
Not Important
7%

Important
93%

Preference for Union or


Non-Union Labor
Union
28%

Non-Union
6%

No Preference
66%

Thank You
Jay Bowman
Rick Reese