DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "High Pressure Seals Market: By Material, By End-Use Industry & By Region - Forecast (2017- 2022)" report has been added to Research and Markets' offering.
High Pressure Seal is a mechanical device which is used to join high pressure systems in order to prevent leaking and behold pressure to ensure smooth flow and safety. These seals are usually made from metals or industrial grade rubbers and helps not only to provide a mechanism to control at high pressures but are also fairly robust and can be used at high at well as low temperatures.
High pressure seals are often used in tube couplings, pressure valves, compressors, and hydraulic pumps, and are widely used across all segments of oil & gas industry including upstream, midstream and downstream segments. Globally demand for the high pressure seals is expected to be driven by increasing demand for these seals in the oil & gas sector which is on the path of the recovery since economic slowdown.
Geographically Asia Pacific dominated global high pressure seal market owing to demand from the major sectors in the large industrial base in the region especially from India, China and Japan. Asia-Pacific was followed by North America and Europe as the second and third largest markets for high pressure seal. Changing industrial land scape and increasing number of end use industries in the Asia-Pacific is expected to result into highest growth globally during the period of study.
- SKF AB
- Flowserve Corporation
- John Crane
- Eagle Burgmann
- Ekato Holding GmbH
- American High Performance Seals
- Jet Seal
- FP Paris
- James Walker
- Seal House
Key Topics Covered:
1. High Pressure Seal Market - Overview
2. Executive Summary
3. Market Landscape
4. High Pressure Seal Market- Forces
5. High Pressure Seal Market - Strategic Analysis
6. High Pressure Seal Market, By Material
7. High Pressure Seal Market, By End User
8. High Pressure Seal Market, By Geography
9. High Pressure Seal - Market Entropy
10. Company Profiles
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