Electrically driven coolant pumps

Electrically driven coolant pumps

Publication Date: 06-Apr-2021

Electrification of components like coolant pumps has been gaining traction as a design strategy to improve emissions and fuel efficiency. The rising volumes of electric vehicles (EVs) has been the other main driver for electric coolant pumps. When the transition of propulsion technology to full EVs is completed, electric main pumps should give way to multiple auxiliary pumps.

This report provides an understanding of the electric coolant pump technology and market trends, an in-depth demand outlook, and an overview of the main players and market drivers—on both global and regional levels. 

1. Overview
a) Report summary
b) Research methodology
c) Definitions
d) Introduction

2. Technical analysis
a) Overview
b) The role of the coolant pump
c) What is driving electrification?
d) Main and auxiliary electric coolant pumps

3. Market analysis
a) Global demand
b) Regional demand
c) Supplier overview
d) OEM overview

4. Conclusion
a) Key takeaways

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