Ventilation Systems

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Neva Kubicki

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Neva Kubicki has been a market analyst at Interconnection Consulting since 2014. Besides the intensive analysis of her core industries, she is a specialist in the field of channel management. Mrs. Kubicki will be happy to assist you in optimizing your sales channels. Prior to Interconnection, Ms. Kubicki worked in European Consulting. She studied International Business Management and Marketing.

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Residential Ventilation Systems Here to Stay

The market for residential ventilation systems in Europa grew last year by 3.9%. And according to a new study by Interconnection Consulting, this pace will continue in the coming years on account of the recovery of the construction industry.

Current indicators suggest that the market for residential ventilation systems in the markets analyzed (Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, the UK, Italy, Poland, and the Benelux countries) will increase at an annual rate of 2.7% to 2021. France is the largest market, with a share of 32.3% of the countries analyzed, followed by Germany (22.9%) and the Benelux region (21.6%).

Local Systems Coming to Focus

Local systems registered a Europe-wide gain of 14.2% in volume in 2017. New developments, especially larger residential structures, saw substantial gains. Across the entire German-speaking region (Germany, Austria, and Switzerland), local heat recovery systems really showed impressive market growth. Local systems in this region already have a market share of 31% and are expected to reach 34.5% by 2021. The situation is different in Europe as a whole, where local systems are occasionally overlooked. The current share of local systems across all of Europe is 10.8%. Neva Rukonic explains the divergent trends of local systems by taking Switzerland as example: “Single-room ventilators do not go over well there and also face regulatory hurdles.” Overall, the market share of local systems in Switzerland only comes to a mere 3.7%.

Centrally-Operated Systems Showing Moderate Growth

Both sales and revenue of centrally-operated residential ventilation systems grew last year by 6.7% in volume. These systems are especially prevalent in the single-family-home market (56.1%), followed by two-family dwellings (13.7%) and large residential structures (30.2%). Centrally-operated residential ventilation systems are especially favored in France and the Benelux region. In the heat recovery systems segment, the market share of centrally-operated systems in France is 99.4%. The case is different in Germany, where in this segment local heat recovery systems garner a share of 52.2%. Overall, Germany is the largest market for heat recovery systems (35%), followed by the Benelux region (19.7%) and Great Britain (15.9%).

Market Concentration Falling

Compared to the previous year, overall market concentration fell somewhat. The top 10 companies now manage a market share of only 48.1%, while the top 3 claim roughly a quarter of the overall market (25.1%)

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Local Ventilation Bring Heat to the Market

The market for residential ventilation systems in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland continued its upswing last year. With a total plus in sales volume of 5.1%, the sector was able to outdo itself across the three countries. According to a study by Interconnection Consulting, the market volume for the three markets analyzed came to EUR 270 million.

Germany Spurring the Market

The German market registered the highest growth (5.4%) of the three countries and accounted for 78.7% of the entire regional market. For 2018 Interconnection is expecting an overall market growth in volume of 5.4% for Germany. The dynamic activity in renovation field is one reason for the projected future growth. “This is especially the case in North Rhine-Westphalia, which has a large number of buildings from the 1970s now requiring restoration,” explains Neva Rukonic, author of the study. Overall, the share of heat recovery systems in Germany in terms of value is 33%. Currently, 49.0% of all centrally-controlled systems are installed in single-family homes, 62.5% of which are in the size class 201m3 – 550m3/h. Interconnection assumes that the single-family home segment will become more important for producers of central units, and thus units in the 201m3 – 550m3/h size class. Conversely, the market share for units < 200m3/h in multi-story residential buildings will decrease in Germany in the coming years.

Local Trumps Central

In the future, local systems can be expected to shake up the German market. Strong market gains for local heat recovery systems will thereby continue in the coming years. Last year, growth by volume in this sector stood at 16.8%. At 36.1%, local heat recovery systems already have the largest market share in Germany. Especially companies constructing residential buildings are becoming more and more interested in local ventilators. Decisive factors include their simple installation in both new constructions and renovations and their relatively low average price.

Compared to Germany, local heat recovery systems in Switzerland cannot seem to find their footing. Although the segment grew in volume by 2.1% last year, sales volume this year has fallen back off 2.2%. In sum, this corresponds to roughly 2,100 systems sold. And there is no reason to assume much will change in Switzerland, as it did in Germany. “Single-room ventilators do not go over well there and also face regulatory hurdles,” explains Rukonic. Overall, the market share for local ventilation systems in Switzerland amounts to only 3.7%. In Austria, the market for local systems is growing by double digits. Last year, sales in this segment jumped 15.4%.

Switzerland and Austria With Oposing Development

Overall, the Austrian market in 2017 for controlled residential ventilation systems was able to register a plus (+2.1%) again for the first time, with total sales in the sector coming to EUR 20.1 million. Yet it turned out that the market for central heat recovery systems failed to break even in 2017, losing 7.9% in volume. Nonetheless, central systems, at 44.4%, still have the largest market share by far. 68.6% of all central ventilation units are in the <200m3/h size class. The main reason for such dominance is that 63.5% of all central units are installed in multi-story dwellings. Due to the growing competition of local systems, a further loss of 6.1% is expected in 2018. In Switzerland, market gains for controlled residential ventilation systems came to 5.2%, with total sales of EUR 37.1 million. The market for central heat recovery systems grew last year by 4.4%. This area is especially important since it garners a market share of 76.1%.

High Level of Concentration in Certain Areas

In Germany, the top three producers take in 38.2% of total sales in the residential sector. In Austria, market concentration by value of the top 10 companies is 61.1%, and in Switzerland the share of the top five companies for local systems is 92.4%.

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