The Global Vibration Control System Market size is expected to reach $5.2 billion by 2026, rising at a market growth of 10.1% CAGR during the forecast period.
Vibration control systems are isolation systems that respond dynamically to incoming vibrations.
Vibration control systems can be used in a stationery or moving body/machine to control vibrations that cause friction and other disturbances.
Vibration control systems ensure adequate machine parts operation, wear & tear, heat generation, energy loss, cracks & breakage, etc., and can be used for different industrial applications.
Vibrations or oscillations are simple movements that are repeated over time. Controlling slosh, vibration, and sway depends on wave physics manipulation.
Oscillating waves usually take the form of asymmetric sinusoidal waves in industrial machinery which vary in amplitude and frequency.
The alternative to or the speeding down of bulking machines is to use adaptive motion control that is software based.
This software functions in two ways: vibration avoiding and damping. Technology which avoids vibration essentially filters vibrations caused by very dynamic movements.
Damping technology, on the other hand, utilizes external feedback to mitigate kinetic energy to control vibration.
Both the fast-growing automotive and aviation industries are projected to fuel market growth over the forecast period.
A key driving force for the demand is the accelerated production of next-generation VCS for aircraft to minimize vibration.
Anti-vibration devices such as bushing and mounting are also used in the automotive industry to reduce vibration.
They help to increase the vehicle performance as well as the product life cycle.
On the other hand, factors such as stringent industry regulations, high device costs and component reliability problems are anticipated over the years to inhibit market growth.
VCS manufacturers are forced to upgrade their design by the stringent regulations and policies imposed by US defense and airline authorities.
In recent years, because of the less reliability of various parts, including actuators, sensors, and controllers, the aviation industry has also started to use anti-vibration control systems.
This, in effect, hampers market growth.
The market research report covers the analysis of key stake holders of the market. Key companies profiled in the report include Parker-Hannifin Corporation (LORD Corporation), Total S.A. (Hutchinson S.A.), Trelleborg AB, Fabreeka International, Inc. (Stabilus S.A.), Isolation Technology, Inc., Catalyst Acoustics Group (The Stephens Group, LLC ), Sentek Dynamics Inc., DynaTronics Corporation Ltd., Dynamic Solutions Systems, Inc., Crystal Instruments Corporation.
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