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Reportlinker Adds U.S. Indoor Air Quality Market – 2009 Edition Report

September 3, 2009

NEW YORK, Sept. 3 /PRNewswire/ — Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue.

U.S. Indoor Air Quality Market – 2009 Edition

http://www.reportlinker.com/p0147101/US-Indoor-Air-Quality-Market—2009-Edition.html

THIS REPORT:

Develop forecasts for the U.S. market, providing data for 2008 and projections for 2009, and forecast the market and its compound annual growth rate (CAGR) from 2009 to 2014

Characterize the market in subcategories: The equipment market, including products such as air-cleaning equipment, HVAC replacement filters, and instrumentation; the consulting and testing services market; and environmental services, including mold remediation, asbestos abatement, and radon mitigation.

Detail the end-use markets, including residential dwellings, commercial buildings, schools, and hospitals

Provide detailed company profiles.

Chapter- 1: INTRODUCTION — Complimentary

STUDY BACKGROUND1

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES1

INTENDED AUDIENCE1

SCOPE OF REPORT2

METHODOLOGY3

AUTHOR’S CREDENTIALS3

RELATED BCC PUBLICATIONS4

BCC ONLINE SERVICES4

DISCLAIMER4

Chapter-2: SUMMARY

SUMMARY TABLE U.S. IAQ MARKET BY SEGMENT, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS)5

SUMMARY FIGURE U.S. IAQ MARKET BY SEGMENT, 2008-2014 ($ MILLIONS)6

Chapter-3: INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

THE IMPORTANCE OF THE INDUSTRY7

THE IMPORTANCE OF THE INDUSTRY (CONTINUED)8

HISTORY OF THE INDUSTRY9

HISTORY OF THE INDUSTRY (CONTINUED)10

HISTORY OF THE INDUSTRY (CONTINUED)11

HISTORY OF THE INDUSTRY (CONTINUED)12

DESCRIPTION OF THE INDUSTRY13

IAQ EQUIPMENT13

Air Cleaners14

HVAC Equipment15

HVAC Replacement Filters15

IAQ Instrumentation16

IAQ CONSULTING SERVICES16

ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES16

Environmental Services (Continued)17

Chapter-4: THE UNITED STATES INDOOR AIR QUALITY MARKET

TABLE 1 U.S. IAQ MARKET BY SEGMENT, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS)18

FIGURE 1 U.S. IAQ MARKET BY SEGMENT, 2008-2014 ($ MILLIONS)19

INDOOR AIR QUALITY BACKGROUND19

INDOOR AIR QUALITY BACKGROUND (CONTINUED)20

CAUSES OF IAQ PROBLEMS21

TABLE 2 PERCENTAGES OF IAQ PROBLEMS FOUND IN NIOSH HEALTH HAZARD EVALUATION (HHE) INVESTIGATIONS22

INADEQUATE VENTILATION22

CONTAMINATION FROM INSIDE A BUILDING22

CONTAMINATION FROM OUTSIDE SOURCES23

MICROBIAL CONTAMINATION23

CONTAMINATION FROM BUILDING MATERIALS23

COMMON CONTAMINANTS23

CARBON MONOXIDE24

NITROGEN DIOXIDE24

COMBUSTION PRODUCTS24

OZONE24

FORMALDEHYDE25

PARTICULATES25

RADON25

ASBESTOS25

VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS26

ENVIRONMENTAL TOBACCO SMOKE26

THE EFFECTS OF IAQ CONTAMINANTS26

TABLE 3 IAQ-RELATED ILLNESSES REQUIRING MEDICAL ATTENTION27

THE COST OF IAQ PROBLEMS TO THE U.S. ECONOMY28

TABLE 4 IAQ RELATED COSTS TO THE U.S. ECONOMY ($ BILLIONS)28

FACTORS DRIVING IAQ INDUSTRY GROWTH28

THE “MOLD RUSH”29

The “Mold Rush” (Continued)30

9/11 AND BIOTERRORISM31

SWINE FLU32

AMERICANS’ INCREASED AWARENESS AND OPINIONS CONCERNING IAQ ISSUES33

TABLE 5 IMPORTANCE OF IAQ IN THE HOME (PERCENTAGES BASED ON SURVEY OF 1,000 U.S. RESIDENTS)34

TABLE 6 COMPARISON OF MALE AND FEMALE IAQ HEALTH WORRIES (PERCENTAGES BASED ON SURVEY OF 1,000 U.S. RESIDENTS)34

TABLE 7 LEVEL OF CONCERN ABOUT ALLERGENS IN THE HOME AND WORKPLACE BY AGE35

TABLE 8 HOMEOWNERS WHO WOULD PURCHASE PRODUCTS TO IMPROVE IAQ IN THE HOME (PERCENTAGES BASED ON A SURVEY OF 1,000 U.S. RESIDENTS)35

TABLE 9 TYPE OF SOLUTION HOMEOWNERS WOULD PURCHASE (PERCENTAGES BASED ON SURVEY OF 1,000 U.S. RESIDENTS)36

TABLE 10 COMPARISON OF RESPONDENTS INTERESTED IN TESTING FOR MOLD (PERCENTAGES BASED ON SURVEY OF 1,000 U.S. CITIZENS)36

TABLE 11 HOMEOWNERS PLANNING IAQ-RELATED IMPROVEMENTS (PERCENTAGES BASED ON SURVEY OF 1,000 U.S. RESIDENTS)37

TABLE 12 LEVEL OF CONCERN ABOUT IAQ IN THE WORKPLACE, 2000 AND 2001 (PERCENTAGES BASED ON SURVEY OF 1,000 U.S. RESIDENTS)37

Chapter-5: IAQ EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES MARKET

IAQ EQUIPMENT38

TABLE 13 U.S. MARKET VALUE OF IAQ EQUIPMENT BY TYPE, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS)38

FIGURE 2 U.S. MARKET VALUE OF IAQ EQUIPMENT BY TYPE, 2008-2014 ($ MILLIONS)39

AIR CLEANERS39

Types of Available Air Cleaners40

Tabletop Units41

Room Units41

In-Duct or Central Filtration Systems41

Types of Air-Cleaning Processes42

Mechanical Filters42

Flat or Panel Filters42

Pleated Filters43

HEPA Filters43

Electronic Air Cleaners44

Ionizers44

Electrostatic Precipitators44

Hybrid Filters45

Gas Phase Filters46

Ozone Generators47

Air Cleaner Standards47

Standards for Portable Air Cleaners47

Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers48

TABLE 14 ESTIMATED PERCENTAGE OF PARTICLES REMOVED FOR PORTABLE UNITS BY CADR AND ROOM SIZE49

U.S. Food and Drug Administration50

Standards for In-Duct Systems50

American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-conditioning Engineering51

ASHRAE Standard 52.251

Military Standard 282 (For HEPA Filters)52

AIR CLEANER MARKET VALUE52

Air Cleaner Market Value: Portable versus In-Duct52

TABLE 15 U.S. AIR CLEANER MARKET VALUE: PORTABLE VERSUS IN-DUCT, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS)52

FIGURE 3 U.S. AIR CLEANER MARKET VALUE: PORTABLE VERSUS IN-DUCT, 2008-2014 ($ MILLIONS)53

Sales of High-End and Low-End Portable Air Cleaners54

TABLE 16 SALES OF HIGH- AND LOW-END PORTABLE AIR CLEANERS, 2008 ($ MILLIONS)54

FIGURE 4 PERCENTAGE SHARE OF HIGH- AND LOW-END PORTABLE AIR CLEANERS, 2008 (%)55

Air Cleaner Market Value Breakdown by Technology Type55

TABLE 17 U.S. AIR-CLEANING MARKET VALUE BY TECHNOLOGY TYPE, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS)56

FIGURE 5 TRENDS IN U.S. AIR CLEANER MARKET VALUE BY TECHNOLOGY TYPE, 2008-2014 ($ MILLIONS)57

Electrostatic Precipitators57

HEPA Filters58

Ozone Generators59

Ionizers60

Ionizers (Continued)61

Air Cleaner Market Value by Application62

TABLE 18 U.S. AIR CLEANER MARKET VALUE BY END-USER CATEGORY, 2008 ($ MILLIONS)62

FIGURE 6 U.S. AIR CLEANERS MARKET VALUE BY END-USER CATEGORY, 2008 (%)62

Air Cleaner Market Leaders63

TABLE 19 LEADING AIR CLEANER MANUFACTURERS SALES AND MARKET SHARE, 2008 ($ MILLIONS, %)64

REPLACEMENT FILTERS64

Replacement Filter Technologies64

Fiberglass65

Pleated Paper65

Media Filters65

Electrostatic Filters65

Electronic Air Filters66

Washable/Reusable Filters66

Additional Commercial Grade HVAC Filters66

ASHRAE Filters66

HEPA Filters66

Carbon Filters67

Bag Filters67

Filter Efficiency67

Filter Performance67

TABLE 20 EFFICIENCY OF REMOVING PARTICLES 0.3 MICRON TO 1 MICRON IN SIZE FROM INDOOR AIR (%)68

Pressure Drop68

TABLE 21 PRESSURE DROP RATINGS OF RESIDENTIAL HVAC FILTERS69

REPLACEMENT FILTER MARKET69

TABLE 22 U.S. HVAC REPLACEMENT FILTER MARKET VALUE BY END-USER CATEGORY, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS)70

FIGURE 7 U.S. HVAC REPLACEMENT FILTER MARKET VALUE BY END-USER CATEGORY, 2008-2014 ($ MILLIONS)70

Replacement Filter Market Breakdown70

TABLE 23 U.S. RESIDENTIAL REPLACEMENT FILTER MARKET BY FILTER TYPE, 2008 ($ MILLIONS)71

FIGURE 8 U.S. RESIDENTIAL REPLACEMENT FILTER SHARE BY FILTER TYPE, 2008 (%)71

TABLE 24 U.S. COMMERCIAL REPLACEMENT FILTER MARKET BY CONFIGURATION, 2008 ($ MILLIONS)72

FIGURE 9 U.S. COMMERCIAL REPLACEMENT FILTER MARKET SHARE BY FILTER CONFIGURATION, 2008 (%)73

HVAC Replacement Filter Market Leaders73

TABLE 25 COMMERCIAL HVAC REPLACEMENT FILTER MARKET LEADERS SALES AND MARKET SHARE, 2008 ($ MILLIONS, %)74

VENTILATION SYSTEMS75

TABLE 26 CAUSES OF SBS75

TABLE 27 IAQ PROBLEMS NOTED IN 104 OFFICE BUILDINGS STUDIED BY NIOSH76

Ventilation Systems Market Value76

TABLE 28 U.S. VENTILATION SYSTEMS MARKET VALUE AND GROWTH, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS)77

FIGURE 10 U.S. VENTILATION SYSTEMS MARKET VALUE AND GROWTH, 2008-2014 ($ MILLIONS)77

Most Promising Ventilation Technologies78

Demand Control Ventilation78

Demand Control Ventilation Technology Manufacturers78

Energy Recovery Ventilation79

Heat Recovery Ventilation Technologies80

Drivers for Energy Recovery Ventilation Technology80

Benefits of Energy Recovery Ventilation Technology80

Humidity Control80

Reduced Design Loads81

Energy Savings81

Safety and Performance Certification81

Equipment Availability81

Residential Use of Energy Recovery Ventilation82

Manufacturers of Energy Recovery Ventilation Systems82

Similarities between Energy Recovery and Heat Recovery Ventilation Technologies83

Displacement Ventilation83

Displacement Ventilation Manufacturers84

Air Quality-Related Ventilation Equipment Market Value Breakdown by Type84

TABLE 29 U.S. VENTILATION TECHNOLOGY MARKET BREAKDOWN BY TYPE, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS)85

FIGURE 11 U.S. VENTILATION TECHNOLOGY MARKET BREAKDOWN BY TYPE, 2008-2014 ($ MILLIONS)86

Ventilation System Market Value by Application87

TABLE 30 U.S. VENTILATION SYSTEM MARKET VALUE BY END-USER CATEGORY, 2008 ($ MILLIONS)87

FIGURE 12 U.S. VENTILATION SYSTEM MARKET SHARE BY END USER CATEGORY, 2008 (%)88

HVAC Equipment-Related Standards88

ASHRAE Standard 5589

TABLE 31 ASHRAE TEMPERATURE RECOMMENDATIONS89

ASHRAE Standard 6290

TABLE 32 EXAMPLES OF CFM/PERSON IN PARTICULAR TYPES OF SPACES ACCORDING TO ASHRAE 6291

ASHRAE Standard 62.291

ASHRAE Standard 90.192

IAQ INSTRUMENTATION92

IAQ Instrumentation Applications93

Measurements Used to Determine Air Quality93

Comfort Issues93

Temperature93

Humidity94

Air Velocity94

Volume94

Ventilation95

Health and Safety Issues95

Carbon Monoxide95

Airborne Particles96

Biological Contaminants97

Chemicals in Aerosol Form97

IAQ Instrumentation Market98

TABLE 33 IAQ INSTRUMENTATION APPLICATIONS98

TABLE 33 (CONTINUED)99

TABLE 34 U.S. IAQ INSTRUMENTATION MARKET VALUE, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS)99

FIGURE 13 U.S. IAQ INSTRUMENTATION MARKET VALUE, 2008-2014 ($ MILLIONS)100

IAQ Instrumentation Market Breakdown by Type: Common Instrumentation101

TABLE 35 U.S. COMMON IAQ INSTRUMENTATION MARKET VALUE BREAKDOWN BY TYPE, 2008 ($ MILLIONS)101

FIGURE 14 U.S. COMMON IAQ INSTRUMENTATION MARKET SHARE BY TYPE, 2008 (%)102

IAQ Instrumentation Market Breakdown by Type: Specialty Instrumentation102

TABLE 36 U.S. SPECIALTY IAQ INSTRUMENTATION MARKET BREAKDOWN BY TYPE, 2008 ($ MILLIONS)103

FIGURE 15 U.S. SPECIALTY IAQ INSTRUMENTATION MARKET BREAKDOWN BY TYPE, 2008103

IAQ Instrumentation Market Value Breakdown by Application104

TABLE 37 U.S. IAQ INSTRUMENTATION MARKET VALUE BREAKDOWN BY APPLICATION, 2008 ($ MILLIONS)104

FIGURE 16 U.S. IAQ INSTRUMENTATION MARKET VALUE BREAKDOWN BY APPLICATION, 2008 (%)105

Leading Manufacturers of IAQ Instrumentation105

TABLE 38 MARKET SHARES OF IAQ INSTRUMENTATION MARKET LEADERS, 2008 (%, $ MILLIONS)106

Stationary IAQ Instrumentation106

TABLE 39 COMPARISON OF PORTABLE AND STATIONARY IAQ EQUIPMENT SALES, 2008 (%, $ MILLIONS)107

FIGURE 17 COMPARISON OF PORTABLE IAQ AND STATIONARY IAQ EQUIPMENT SALES, 2008 (%)107

IAQ CONSULTING MARKET107

TABLE 40 U.S. IAQ CONSULTING INDUSTRY MARKET VALUE AND GROWTH, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS)108

IAQ ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES MARKET108

THE MOLD REMEDIATION INDUSTRY109

Mold Background109

Mold-Related Health Effects110

Mold Remediation Practices110

Remediation Plan110

Mold Sampling111

Remediation Equipment111

Moisture Meters112

Humidity Gauges112

Boroscope112

Mold Remediation Cleanup Methods112

Wet Vacuum113

Damp Wipe113

HEPA Vacuum113

Disposal of Damaged Materials113

Biocides113

UV Lights114

Mold Remediation Guidelines115

S520 Standard and Reference Guide for Mold Remediation116

S520 Standard . . .(Continued)117

Mold Certifications118

Indoor Air Quality Association Certifications118

American Indoor Air Quality Council Certifications118

Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certifications119

American Industrial Hygiene Association Certifications119

Mold Legislation119

Federal Legislation119

State Legislation119

Arizona120

California120

Connecticut120

Idaho120

Illinois121

Indiana121

Louisiana121

Maryland121

New Jersey121

New York121

Nevada122

Oklahoma122

Pennsylvania122

Tennessee122

Texas122

ASBESTOS ABATEMENT123

Asbestos Background123

Asbestos Health Effects124

Asbestos in the Home125

How to Identify Materials that Contain Asbestos126

How to Manage an Asbestos Problem126

Asbestos Professionals127

History of the Asbestos Abatement Industry127

Asbestos Removal Industry Setbacks128

Current State of the Asbestos Abatement Industry128

RADON REMOVAL129

Radon Background129

Radon-Related Health Effects130

The U.S. Radon Problem130

Testing for Radon130

Short-term Testing131

Long-term Testing131

Reducing Indoor Radon Levels131

Slowing of the Radon Repair Industry132

IAQ ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES MARKET132

IAQ Environmental Services Market Breakdown: Services and Equipment132

TABLE 41 U.S. IAQ ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES MARKET VALUE AND GROWTH, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS)133

FIGURE 18 U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES MARKET VALUE, 2008-2014 ($ MILLIONS)133

IAQ Environmental Services Market Breakdown by Type134

TABLE 42 U.S. IAQ ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES MARKET BREAKDOWN BY TYPE, 2008* (%, $ MILLIONS)134

FIGURE 19 U.S. IAQ ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES MARKET BREAKDOWN BY TYPE, 2008* (%)134

Reasons for IAQ Environmental Services Industry Growth135

Chapter-6: IAQ END-USE APPLICATIONS AND MARKET POTENTIAL

INTRODUCTION136

TABLE 43 IAQ MARKET BY END-USER SEGMENT, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS)136

FIGURE 20 IAQ MARKET SHARES BY END-USER SEGMENT, 2008 AND 2014 (PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL SALES)137

RESIDENCES138

POLLUTANTS COMMONLY FOUND IN THE HOME138

Respirable Particles138

Organic Pollutants139

Formaldehyde139

Pesticides139

Lead140

Asbestos140

Biological Pollutants141

Nitrogen Dioxide141

Carbon Monoxide141

Radon142

Environmental Tobacco Smoke142

RESIDENTIAL INDOOR AIR POLLUTION AND HEALTH142

Immediate Effects143

Long-term Effects143

RESIDENTIAL MARKET144

TABLE 44 COMMON RESIDENTIAL AIR POLLUTANTS AND CONTROL METHODS144

TABLE 44 (CONTINUED)145

TABLE 45 NUMBER OF US RESIDENCES WITH POTENTIAL NEED FOR IAQ EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES, 2007 (MILLIONS)146

FIGURE 21 U.S. RESIDENCES WITH POTENTIAL NEED FOR IAQ EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES, 2007 (MILLION UNITS)146

RESIDENTIAL IAQ EQUIPMENT MARKET146

TABLE 46 U.S. RESIDENTIAL IAQ EQUIPMENT MARKET, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS)147

FIGURE 22 U.S. RESIDENTIAL IAQ EQUIPMENT MARKET, 2008-2014 ($ MILLIONS)147

RESIDENTIAL IAQ CONSULTING AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES MARKET147

TABLE 47 U.S. RESIDENTIAL IAQ CONSULTING AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES MARKET, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS)148

FIGURE 23 U.S. RESIDENTIAL IAQ CONSULTING AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES MARKET, 2008-2014 ($ MILLIONS)148

COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS149

HEALTH PROBLEMS AND VENTILATION149

CONTROLLING INDOOR AIR POLLUTION IN COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS149

COMMERCIAL VENTILATION SYSTEMS PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS150

Common Problems with HVAC System Design150

Intermittent Air Flow150

Distribution of Air150

Building Supply and Exhaust Locations150

Outdoor Air151

Periods of Operation151

Maintenance151

Air Cleaners151

COMMERCIAL BUILDING MARKET FOR IAQ EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES152

Commercial Building . . .(Continued)153

TABLE 48 U.S. COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS WITH POTENTIAL NEED FOR IAQ EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES (MILLIONS)154

FIGURE 24 U.S. COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS WITH POTENTIAL NEED FOR IAQ EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES (MILLIONS)155

COMMERCIAL BUILDING MARKET FOR IAQ EQUIPMENT155

TABLE 49 U.S. IAQ EQUIPMENT MARKET IN COMMERCIAL BUILDING, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS)156

FIGURE 25 U.S. IAQ EQUIPMENT MARKET IN COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS, 2008-2014 ($ MILLIONS)156

COMMERCIAL BUILDING MARKET FOR IAQ CONSULTING AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES156

TABLE 50 U.S. IAQ CONSULTING AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES MARKET IN COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS)157

FIGURE 26 U.S. IAQ CONSULTING AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES MARKET IN COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS, 2008-2014 ($ MILLIONS)157

SCHOOLS158

IAQ ISSUES UNIQUE TO SCHOOLS158

WHY ADDRESSING IAQ ISSUES IN SCHOOLS IS IMPORTANT158

INDOOR AIR POLLUTANTS OF CONCERN IN SCHOOLS159

Biological Contaminants159

Carbon Dioxide160

Carbon Monoxide160

Dust161

Secondhand Smoke162

Lead162

Nitrogen Oxides163

Pesticides163

Radon163

Volatile Organic Compounds164

FILTRATION FOR IMPROVED SCHOOL IAQ165

TABLE 51 AIR QUALITY RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EDUCATION FACILITIES166

SCHOOL IAQ EQUIPMENT MARKET166

TABLE 52 U.S. SCHOOL IAQ EQUIPMENT MARKET, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS)167

FIGURE 27 U.S. SCHOOL IAQ EQUIPMENT MARKET, 2008-2014 ($ MILLIONS)167

SCHOOL CONSULTING AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES MARKET167

TABLE 53 U.S. SCHOOL IAQ CONSULTING AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES MARKET, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS)168

FIGURE 28 U.S. SCHOOL IAQ CONSULTING AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES MARKET, 2008-2014 ($ MILLIONS)168

HEALTHCARE FACILITIES169

THE IMPORTANCE OF GOOD INDOOR AIR QUALITY IN HEALTHCARE FACILITIES169

The Importance of . . .(Continued)170

AIA GUIDELINES ON HEALTHCARE FACILITY AIR QUALITY171

HEALTHCARE-RELATED MARKET FOR IAQ EQUIPMENT172

TABLE 54 U.S. HEALTHCARE IAQ EQUIPMENT MARKET, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS)172

FIGURE 29 U.S. HEALTHCARE IAQ EQUIPMENT MARKET, 2008-2014 ($ MILLIONS)173

HEALTHCARE MARKET FOR IAQ CONSULTING AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES MARKET173

TABLE 55 U.S. HEALTHCARE IAQ CONSULTING AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES MARKET VALUE, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS)173

FIGURE 30 U.S. HEALTHCARE IAQ CONSULTING AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES MARKET VALUE, 2008-2014 ($ MILLIONS)174

Chapter-7: PATENT ANALYSIS

SEARCH CRITERIA175

FIGURE 31 U.S. INDOOR AIR QUALITY EQUIPMENT PATENTS BY TYPE OF EQUIPMENT, ISSUED 2000-JUNE 2009 (%)176

FIGURE 32 NUMBER OF U.S. INDOOR AIR QUALITY EQUIPMENT PATENTS ISSUED EACH YEAR, 2000-2008177

TABLE 56 COMPANIES WITH MULTIPLE IAQ EQUIPMENT PATENTS ISSUED BETWEEN JAN. 1, 2000 AND JUNE 30, 2009177

TABLE 56 (CONTINUED)178

Chapter-8: COMPANY PROFILES

3M179

AAF-MCQUAY, INC.179

APRILAIRE179

CAMFIL FARR180

CARRIER CORP.180

CLARCOR, INC.181

FILTRATION GROUP181

FRIEDRICH AIR CONDITIONING CO.182

GRAY WOLF SENSING SOLUTIONS182

HALTON CO.183

THE HOLMES GROUP183

HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL183

HUNTER FAN CO.184

KD ENGINEERING184

LENNOX INTERNATIONAL184

NU-AIR VENTILATION SYSTEMS185

QUEST TECHNOLOGIES185

RENEWAIRE186

TESTO186

TRANE186

TSI INC.187

UNITED AIR SPECIALISTS187

WHIRLPOOL CORP.188

APPENDIX189

IAQ COMPANIES AND SIGNIFICANT PRODUCTS189

TABLE 57 IAQ COMPANIES AND SIGNIFICANT PRODUCTS189

TABLE 57 (CONTINUED)190

TABLE 57 (CONTINUED)191

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