Fixed gas detector is a type of detector, which is permanently mounted across the use for the identification of gas content. Gas detection sensors are permanently connected to the transmitter or controller in the device. Fixed gas detectors do not need a constant human monitor or responder for the detection of gas concentration. Portable gas detectors are handheld devices used to provide safety to the individual user from a wide range of gas hazards across applications. Portable gas detectors are flexible in use and can be easily handled across any space as the user moves.
The South East Asia gas detection device market is estimated to account for US$ 408.5 Mn in terms of value by the end of 2027.
Market Dynamics- Drivers
Many countries in South East Asia have enforced stringent regulations related to the safety of workers at the workplace. These regulations are intended to provide ample safety in working conditions. For instance, Malaysia, Singapore, and Brunei have legislated the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1994, The Workplace Safety and Health Act 2006, and Safety and Health Order 2009, respectively, for occupational health and safety of workforce across industries. Furthermore, countries such as the Philippines have focused on National Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) frameworks by imposing legislation and labor standards. Hence, these factors are expected to drive growth of the market during the forecast period.
Gas detection devices offer constant monitoring of work areas and the detection of hazardous gases in the environment. It allows organizations to decrease health and safety risks by monitoring and detect gases beforehand. Furthermore, gas detection devices are expected to reduce the time needed for the assessment of gases by removing manual monitoring of the potential explosion of gases in the area. With rising adoption of work safety equipment in numerous countries are focused on the design and development of gas detection controllers to monitor remote gases, which further trigger audio or visual alarms to alert the risk. Hence, these factors are expected to propel the South East Asia Gas detection device market growth in the near future.
Singapore held dominant position in the South East Asia gas detection device market in 2019, accounting for 50.8% share in terms of value, followed by Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand respectively.
Figure 1: South East Asia Gas Detection Device Market Share (%), in terms of Value, By Region, 2019
Market Dynamics- Restraints
There is intense competition in the market due to the presence of new entrants and competitive price strategies by players. The detector, transmitters, and controllers are products that are offered by manufacturers on similar lines. Product uniqueness is less as the functioning of these components is relatable. Penetration pricing strategy has reduced profits obtained from products and services. Thus, these factors are expected to restrain growth of the South East Asia gas detection devices market during the forecast period.
There are several issues regarding the functioning of gas detection devices. These challenges include faulty readings, frequent failures, etc. Repairing and maintaining operations require skilled personnel. Thus, these factors are expected to hinder the market growth over the forecast period.
|Base Year:||2019||Market Size in 2019:||US$ 194.1 Mn|
|Historical Data for:||2016 to 2019||Forecast Period:||2020 to 2027|
|Forecast Period 2020 to 2027 CAGR:||9.7%||2027 Value Projection:||US$ 408.5 Mn|
Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar, Brunei, Philippines, Rest of South East Asia
Honeywell Analytics, Gastron Co., Ltd., Mine Safety Appliances, New Cosmos Electric Co., Ltd., Drägerwerk AG & Co. KGaA, Riken Keiki Co., Ltd., and Industrial Scientific Corporation.
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Gas detection devices are experiencing high demand from Greenfield projects. In a Greenfield project, all the parts and facilities are built from scratch—available or ready infrastructure is not used. Greenfield projects are completely new and independent of any previous work done. As stated by the Asian Development Bank (ADB), 39% of all the infrastructure deals (from 2010 to 2015) were Greenfield developments. Greenfield projects represented two-thirds of the total projects in South East Asia and the Pacific region. For instance, according to the World Investment Report published by United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) based in Switzerland in 2015, FDI Greenfield projects across South East Asia have increased by 9.6%.
The rapid development in technologies has resulted in the introduction of advanced and innovative products in the Gas Detection Device market. Technologies such as cloud computing and wirelessHART are integrated with gas detectors to enhance the detection points or area coverage. Moreover, it reduces the overall cost of installation by the elimination of fixed wiring costs. Many gas detector manufacturers are developing wireless gas detectors, in order to deliver effective solutions across remote and local gas detection applications. For instance, United Electric Controls based in Watertown, Massachusetts, the U.S. has its distributors in Singapore, Indonesia, and Malaysia. It offers gas detectors with wirelessHART technology across the gas detection applications, especially for oil & gas production facilities.
Figure 2: South East Asia Gas Detection Device Market Value (US$ Mn), 2017 - 2027
The South East Asia gas detection device market was valued at US$ 194.1 Mn in 2019 and is forecast to reach a value of US$ 408.5 Mn by 2027 at a CAGR of 9.7% between 2020 and 2027.
Adoption of gas detection transmitters by rising industry verticals
Gas detection producers in South East Asia are focusing on capturing potential industries such as food and beverages, utility services, mills, and other sectors such as environment and transportation. These industries are massively focusing on adopting gas detection devices which include detectors, transmitters, and controllers to monitor and control the emission of hazardous gases. Apart from this, companies are providing detection sensors that are far from the transmitters and yet are capable of identifying hazardous gases. The multiple-channel feature of transmitters is adding to the adoption of transmitters across the country.
Growing adoption of gas detectors in marine and oil & gas industries
Increasing activities in the petrochemical industry, particularly in the offshore and oil & gas sector boosting the demand for effective gas detectors across South East Asia. Moreover, the demand for enhanced and modified gas detectors is increasing, and driving oil & gas companies to upgrade or replace their existing gas detectors. Apart from this, the adoption of gas detectors in the marine industry is growing owing to the policies and regulations provided by the International Maritime Organization (IMO). The use of gas detectors by shipbuilders and ship owners is increasing, in order to provide safety to the crew members from hazardous and toxic gases on board.
Value Chain Analysis
Raw material and hardware components are the major inputs for the gas detection device market. Hardware components may include but are not limited to integrated circuits, gas sensors, display, electrical, and electronic parts, along with connectivity components such as wires and docking boards. The quality of raw materials and hardware components plays a vital role in improving the efficiency and performance of devices. Manufacturers buy quality raw material from suppliers to produce durable and reliable components, ensuring that products meet the required standards. Moreover, manufacturers buy raw materials from single or more than one supplier in order to ease the supply chain management cycle.
South East Asia Gas Detection Device Market - Impact of Coronavirus (Covid-19) Pandemic
Due to Covid-19 pandemic, many industries witnessed significant shift in their business. There is significant impact on gas detection market, as operations were shut down in most of the manufacturing industries in South East Asian countries to reduce the spread of COVID-19 pandemic. As the operations in the petrochemical industries halted owing to COVID, the demand for gas detection devices, which are majorly used in petrochemical industry, decreased. During Covid-19, automotive industry witnessed significant drop in the sale of vehicles. For instance, according to Coherent Market Insights, the sale of the domestic vehicle have reduced to 6.9 % in 2020.
Major companies operating in the South East Asia Gas detection device market are Honeywell Analytics, Gastron Co., Ltd., Mine Safety Appliances, New Cosmos Electric Co., Ltd., Drägerwerk AG & Co. KGaA, Riken Keiki Co., Ltd., and Industrial Scientific Corporation.
Gas detector is a device which is used to detect the presence of gases in the premises. Gas detector are used to ensure safety of people in the workplace from unwanted environmental hazards. Gas detectors are used to identify or detect combustion of gases in the industries. Gas detector are now used across numerous sectors such as in manufacturing of photovoltaic, oil rigs and firefighting across the globe. On the basis of type, gas detectors can be divided into types i.e. fixed and portable detectors. Fixed gas detectors do not need a constant human monitor or responder for the detection of gas concentration. Portable gas detectors are handheld devices used to provide safety to the individual user from a wide range of gas hazards across applications.
Implementation of Strict regulatory policies regarding workplace safety are expected to drive growth of the South East Asia gas detection device market during the forecast period. Many countries in South East Asia have applied strict regulations related to the safety of workers at the workplace. For instance, Malaysia, Singapore, and Brunei have legislated the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1994, The Workplace Safety and Health Act 2006, and Safety and Health Order 2009, respectively, for occupational health and safety of workforce across industries. Furthermore, countries such as the Philippines have focused on National Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) frameworks by imposing legislation and labor standards. These factors are expected to drive growth of the market during the forecast period.
Furthermore, demand for these devices from various applications such as mining, petro chemical, miming, and utility services are also expected to drive the market growth over the forecast period. These industries used these detectors to identify presence of harmful gases. These industries are also focusing on providing full safety to their workforce. This, in turn, increases the demand of gas detection devices.
This report segments the South East Asia gas detection device market on the basis of type, device, application and country. On the basis of type, the South East Asia gas detection device market is segmented into fixed and portable. On the basis of device, the South East Asia gas detection device market is segmented into detector, transmitter and controller. On the basis of technology, the South East Asia gas detection device market is segmented into mining, steel mill, petro chemical, construction, automobile, material, food & beverage processing, electronics, marine, utility services, government, security, medical and environment detection. On the basis of country, the South East Asia gas detection device market is segmented into Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar, Brunei, Philippines and Rest of South East Asia.
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