Pune, March 11, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Global Automotive Evaporative Emission Control System (EVAP) Market Overview
Automotive evaporative emission control system (EVAP) seals the fuel system and prevents fuel vapors from escaping the vehicle and contributing to pollution. Uncontrolled emissions account for 20% of emissions in a vehicle. Mandatory implementations in automobiles in developing countries are likely to contribute to market demand. The global automotive evaporative emission control system market size can reach USD 60 billion by 2026, according to Market Research Future (MRFR). It can exhibit 4% CAGR over the forecast period (2020-2026).
The market is likely to witness steady growth over the assessment period owing to production of eco-friendly vehicles and favorable government policies. Policies for curbing emission of VOCs and purging of canisters for elimination of harmful gases can drive the market demand. Governments of California, Germany, and the U.K. are endorsing environmental policies for controlling emission rates of vehicles.
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The COVID-19 outbreak globally has stalled production of emission control systems and other vital components for curbing fuel leakage from engines. The increasing stock of petrol and other fuels during winters can be used by vehicle owners after ease of lockdown restrictions. This can lead to vapor lock and engine stumbling owing to wrong use of fuel grades in vehicles. Countries are chalking up bills to assist in prevention of mixing of fuels that can degrade engine quality. Efforts of carbon neutrality by nations to reduce emission levels and support sustainable production approaches can drive the global market demand significantly.
The clampdown on gasoline owing to its combustible nature will be more conspicuous in the coming years as governments rollout stringent regulations for pushing down emission levels. Gasoline evaporation systems are likely to be more efficient in the coming years for adhering to latest rules. For instance, Continental has devised an electrified solution for reducing hydrocarbon emission levels in its cars. The integration of the Active Purge Pump for purging of the canister independent of engine operation point and a lack of vacuum can curb emissions. It can even detect gas leaks and measure hydrocarbon levels in the air.
By component, the automotive evaporative emission control (EVAP) system market can be segmented into fuel level sensor, fuel tank, vent hoses, purge valve/sensor, liquid-vapor separator, EVAP canister, fuel tank pressure sensor, and gas cap. The EVAP canister is estimated to capture a large market share owing to its ability to capture evaporative emissions from the fuel tank. It contains activated carbon or charcoal that absorbs fuel vapors. Component manufacturers are implementing rubber foams in canisters for enhancing the efficiency of petrol or other fuels. On the flip side, the purge valve/sensor segment is bound to experience huge demand by allowing the engine to accumulate vapors from the canister to the engine intake manifold.
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Based on vehicle type, the automotive EVAP system market is catered to light commercial vehicle, heavy commercial vehicle, two-wheelers, and …
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