The role of an aircraft turbocharger is to energize and enhance the efficiency of the engine during the propulsion by augmenting the aerial force into the engine. Being crucial to the operation of the engine, a turbocharger aids in the overall operation of the aircraft, thus making it essential equipment during the production.
Upon the ignition of the turbocharger, the turbine in the engine converts its exhaust energy to kinetic energy and transfers the energy to the impeller wheel. The entered energy aids in enhancing the speed of the engine, thus, in turn, transmuting the energy to the aircraft during take-off. Highly reliant on the production of aircraft, the demand for aircraft turbochargers has been sharply increasing on the back of increasing awareness regarding its efficiency.
Likewise, factors such as low cost of cooling, high power to weight ratio, and improved productivity of the engine associated with aircraft turbochargers are also boosting their demand.
There are two ways in which the turbochargers work. First, they increase the output power of the engine which aids in achieving and maintaining its rated power. Secondly, it maintains an optimal level of engine horsepower performance which increases the altitude. Nevertheless, both methods aid in improving the efficiency of the engine.
In addition to increased efficiency, the installation of aircraft turbochargers also bestows numerous other advantages to the aircraft. For instance, Turbochargers bolster the aircraft in reaching a higher altitude with minimal turbulence and risk of potential icing. Furthermore, turbochargers enable aircraft to fly over the mountainous terrains with the shifting atmospheric temperatures and pressures and also delivers more oxygen to improve the efficiency of the fuel combustion process. Cumulatively, these all facets aid the aircraft to travel at relatively higher speeds.
On this premise, installing turbochargers improves the overall efficiency, safety and reliability of the aircraft. Besides, the extensive range of load handling capacity offered by a turbocharger will continue to fuel the demand for the equipment.
Factors such as high cost of maintenance, difficulty during transport and logistics, and additional cost, among others are a few factors that are holding back the aircraft turbochargers market from reaching its full potential. Furthermore, the maintenance of the turbocharger is considered a complicated but important task needed to extend its service life. Lack of proper inspection could lead to negative consequences putting the safety of passengers and aircraft at risk. A minuscule crack or damage can lead to failure of aircraft turbochargers and can overheat the bearings.
On the other hand, the outbreak of COVID-19 has brought the global aviation industry to halt, subsequently posing a challenge to the turbochargers market. As the operations on both aviation production and operation fronts remain terminated or partially operating in numerous parts of the world, the production of aircraft has been put on hold for the time being, and this is negatively influencing the demand for aircraft turbochargers.
Competitive Landscape of Aircraft Turbochargers Market
The global aircraft turbochargers market is segmented into North America (U.S., Canada), Latin America (Mexico. Brazil), Western Europe (Germany, Italy, France, U.K, Spain), Eastern, Europe (Poland, Russia), Asia Pacific (China, India, ASEAN, Australia & New Zealand), Japan, and Middle East and Africa (GCC Countries, S. Africa, Northern Africa). Among these, Asia-Pacific region is foreseen to account for the lion’s share in the global market value, closely followed by North America and Europe.
The dominance of Asia Pacific is mainly attributed to increasing sales of aircraft turbochargers in the aviation industry on the back of the presence of stringent rules regarding airline safety. Likewise, North America has witnessed high spending on research and development to innovate novel products and high demand for lightweight products and easy installation.
The aforementioned factors will continue to drive the aircraft turbochargers on a positive growth trajectory. Some of the the key players profiled in the report include Rajay Parts, LLC, PEN Turbo Aviation, Inc., Airmark Overhaul, Inc., Turbo Aviation, Sonex Aircraft, LLC, Turbo Air, General Aviation Modifications, Inc., Hartzell Engine Technologies LLC., Victor Aviation Service, Inc., Aircraft Spruce and Specialty Co., Main Turbo Systems, etc.
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