DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/ttvfql/automotive_hvac) has announced the addition of the "Automotive HVAC Market in the Americas 2015-2019" report to their offering.
The Automotive HVAC market in Americas to grow at a CAGR of 7.87% over the period 2014-2019
HVAC is a technology used to provide heating, ventilation, and air conditioning to maintain good air quality and deliver thermal comfort through adequate ventilation inside vehicles. The main principles behind the operation of an HVAC unit are conduction and convention. Heat is transferred from a low-temperature region to high-temperature region inside the vehicle because of pressure difference.
The Automotive HVAC Market in Americas can be segmented into two divisions: Manual HVAC Systems and Automatic HVAC Systems. These are sets of methodologies and technologies that transform unstructured and structured data into meaningful and useful information processes.
Growth in usage of improved refrigerants for ecological sustainability is one of the major trends in the market. Manufacturers of HVAC systems have started developing eco-friendly alternatives such as HFO-1234yf for use in automotive HVAC systems because of the harmful effects caused by some refrigerants currently in use, i.e., R-134a.
According to the report, growth of the Global Automotive Thermal System market is a major factor that drives the Automotive HVAC market in the Americas. The HVAC system is an essential part of the automotive thermal system and hence demand for automotive thermal systems directly influences demand for automotive HVAC systems. The major factors that contribute to the growth of the Automotive Thermal Systems market in the Americas are electrification of automobiles, stringent emission norms, and increase in use of eco-friendly refrigerants.
Further, the report states that Increase in global warming is one of the major challenges. Refrigerants used in automotive HVAC systems are particularly harmful to the environment because these gases have 1,700 times more GWP.
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