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Insulators Market in India 2011
  • 03/07/2011
  • Pages : 23

Insulators in India are a part of the Transmission line equipment industry. They are broadly divided into three types on the basis of material - Ceramic/Porcelain insulators, Composite/ Polymer insulators and Glass insulators. They are further divided on types with respect to the voltage levels they suit. Ceramic insulators are the ones which are popular in India however; the market for composite insulators is also increasing rapidly. Indian market is facing competition from cheap Chinese produc

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Motors Market in India 2011
  • 01/14/2011
  • Pages : 26

Motors in India can be broadly classified into two types - Fractional Horse Power (FHP) motors and Integral Horse Power (IHP) motors. The focus area of the report is the IHP Motor segment. The industrial demand of motors in India used for varied purposes is increasing rapidly in India which proves to be a boon for the players. Low tension (LT), high tension (HT) and DC motors are used in industries including steel, cement, textile, pharmaceuticals, power etc. Growing attention on infrastructure

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Switchgear Market in India 2011
  • 01/14/2011
  • Pages : 23

The switchgear market is expected to witness strong growth with government taking favourable initiatives to support the power sector. The country is also witnessing the completion of increasing number of housing projects that is driving the demand for switchgears. The report provides a brief overview of the switchgear market in India, the market size and forecasted growth as well as product segmentation. It then elaborates on the switchgear market segments namely low tension (LT) and high tens

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Power Capacitors Market in India 2011
  • 01/12/2011
  • Pages : 21

Power capacitors form a small part of the electrical equipment industry in India. Their use is indispensable in the energy efficient systems as it is helps to reduce the overall power factor (PF) of the system. It is a cheaper product as compared to the other electrical equipments and with growing energy efficiency needs, its use and demand is rising rapidly. A cumulative growth in the Indian power sector is providing a fillip to the market. Growth in industrial sector is giving rise to demand f

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Transmission Line Market in India 2011
  • 01/12/2011
  • Pages : 37

High growth and development of the power sector in India is stimulating the demand for transmission lines in India. The initiatives undertaken by the Government of India is providing ample opportunities to the players in the industry to grow. The report begins with a market overview section providing a synopsis about the structure of the transmission line market and discusses the industry including market size and growth in terms of circuit kms. The report includes a section on the transmissi

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Energy Meters Market in India 2011
  • 01/05/2011
  • Pages : 27

Energy meters are a typical instrument to measure the amount of electricity or energy consumed by a user. It has been traditionally present in the market with the dominant types being the electromagnetic and static ones. However the market is steadily moving towards a newer generation meters which include smart and digital meters. Players in the market are rapidly involving research and development activities to adopt newer technologies in their products. The market is highly controlled by the s

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Transformers Market in India 2011
  • 01/05/2011
  • Pages : 33

High growth and development of the power sector in India is stimulating the demand for transformers. The initiatives undertaken by the Government of India is providing ample opportunities to the players in the industry to grow. The report begins with an introduction to the transformers market with an overview of the structure of the transmission segment. The market overview section discusses the size of the market and its potential growth. The section also contains data indicating the value cha

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