GVR Report coverU.S. Vibration Control System Market Size, Share & Trends Report U.S. Vibration Control System Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report By System Type (Motion Control, Vibration Control), By Application (Automotive, Manufacturers), And Segment Forecasts, 2024 – 2035

VCS were initially designed for use in automotive and electrical equipment. These systems are now used in aerospace & defense, oil & gas, and mining & quarrying, among others. Electric motors used in EVs operate at higher RPMs (revolutions per minute) than internal combustion engines, which can lead to higher levels of vibration. This is especially true for direct-drive electric motors, which do not require a gearbox and can generate high torque at low RPMs. To minimize the vibrations generated by these motors, vibration control components such as dampers and isolators absorb and isolate the vibrations.

In recent years, the aerospace & defense industry has been using anti-vibration control systems to maintain the reliability of various components, such as sensors, actuators, and controllers that require upgrade/improvement, thus inhibiting the market’s growth. Trained personnel and dedicated vibration monitoring equipment are vital in the implementation of a predictive maintenance program. Knowledge platforms for vibration analysis are constantly evolving, as a result of which the vibration maintenance team needs continuous training. However, there is a shortage of experienced vibration analysis engineers, which can create bottlenecks in the implementation of significant vibration analysis programs. The lack of trained technical resources for data analysis can make it difficult for companies to implement and use vibration control systems effectively.

Various latest technologies are emerging in the VCS market. For instance, advanced wireless vibration systems can enhance the speed and convenience of monitoring additional equipment. They are standalone devices that combine sensors and transmitters, making installation and configuration easy. These devices can be configured on-site or preconfigured using a handheld device or wireless gateway, allowing installation at any facility location without needing to connect separate sensors to the transmitter.

In the U.S., the rising awareness about the benefits of vibration control systems, such as improved safety, increased productivity, and reduced maintenance costs, are driving the adoption of vibration control systems, especially in the manufacturing, oil & gas, and aerospace industries. The incumbents of the manufacturing industry are among the significant end users of vibration control systems. Higher levels of vibration stemming from the increasing use of automated machinery and equipment in the manufacturing industry can culminate in severe damage to the equipment and machinery, thereby leading to increased downtime and maintenance costs. However, this damage and the subsequent downtime and maintenance costs can be reduced by employing vibration control systems.

Stringent regulations in the U.S. regarding safety, workplace conditions, and environmental impact contribute to the increased adoption of vibration control systems. These systems help businesses comply with regulations, ensure the well-being of workers, and mitigate the negative effects of vibrations on equipment and the surrounding environment.






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