Bharatbook added a new report on "Water & Wastewater Pipe to 2014" which gives the growth, demand and applications of Water & Wastewater Pipe market in Water Transmission process.
Online PR News – 24-June-2010 – – Water & Wastewater Pipe to 2014
US demand to increase 6% annually through 2014
US demand for water and wastewater pipe is expected to increase six percent annually to $19 billion in 2014, equivalent to approximately five billion feet. Stimulants include a rebounding residential building construction sector, the growing obsolescence of sewer and drainage systems, and needs to upgrade municipal water systems. Plastic pipe will advance at the fastest pace, reflecting a strong rebound in construction applications as well as opportunities in drain and sewer applications and water transmission. Broadened plastic pipe use will be driven by performance upgrades made possible by resin and processing improvements. ( http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=144405&rt=Water-Wastewater-Pipe-to-2014.html )
Plastic pipe to advance at above-average pace
Demand for plastic pipe will advance at an above-average pace through 2014. Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) pipe will remain clearly dominant with growth driven by improved joining technologies and resins such as molecularly oriented PVC. Polyethylene pipe will exhibit healthy growth based on opportunities in potable water and corrugated drain and sewer applications. Good growth is also anticipated for crosslinked polyethylene in water distribution applications.
Demand for concrete pipe will expand
3.4 percent per year through 2014, driven by drain and storm sewer applications. Growth will be fueled by concrete’s excellent crush resistance and longevity, making it ideally suited for demanding large diameter water pipe applications. Opportunities will also be driven by the growing frequency of leaks and ruptures caused by an aging water distribution network. Concrete pipe is primarily used in high pressure, large diameter water distribution trunk lines. Copper pipe’s rapid advances will reflect renewed growth in the building construction segment, primarily for distribution pipe, aided by a moderation in prices. Steel and cast iron pipe will also exhibit good growth in areas such as water transmission and drainage.
Large municipal market will be steady; construction to exhibit strong rebound Municipal markets dominated water and wastewater pipe applications in 2009 and are expected to exhibit good growth through 2014 in light of financial availability and the obsolescence of many water pipe systems. Building construction markets are expected to rebound significantly through 2014, particularly in the residential segment.
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