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Market Research Future (MRFR) has asserted in its latest report that the global automotive actuators market will register growth at a robust CAGR of 8% during the forecast period 2019 to 2023.

The key players in global automotive actuators market are Continental AG (Germany), Aptiv PLC (U.S.), Robert Bosch GmbH (Germany), Denso Corporation (Japan), Hella KGaA Hueck & Co. (Germany), and Stoneridge Inc. (U.S.). Wabco Holdings Inc. (Belgium), Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (Japan), Nidec Corporation (Japan), and Sonceboz SA (Switzerland) are among others.

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Global Automotive Actuators Market Key Players Analyzed In Report:

The global automotive actuators market is driven by several factors.  In addition to the engine cooling system being operated using the radiator fan technological advancements in the automotive field have led to advanced features such as automatic engine rpm control. These features can function optimally if the actuators are installed in an automobile. Secondly, actuators provide control and precision over vehicle parameters such as the speed, rpm, flywheel rotation, and engine overheating. Thirdly, actuators help in the incorporation of electronics and act as a link between the automobile mechanical and electrical components. The global automotive actuators market is expected to expand at 8%  CAGR (2017 to 2023).

On the basis of the type, the electrical actuator, which helps in the conversion of electrical energy into a proportionate mechanical torque is the most widely used. This actuator is used to generally operate a multi-turn valve. Additionally, a mechanical brake is installed above the motor, which enables the actuator, to keep a check on the opening of the valve, and avoid the valve from getting opened completely when not required. In the absence of this brake, the valve will be opened and closed back to its original position continuously. In such a case, the motor and the actuator will undergo abrasion thus being unfit for operation. The electric actuator has the simplest of operations and the most widely used in the automotive sector. The hydraulic actuator consists of a fluid motor or a cylinder filled with fluid, which is used for executing the mechanical operation. It is almost impossible to compress a liquid, and thus, the automotive hydraulic actuator is used for exerting large forces for a sustained time duration. However, the hydraulic  actuators cannot be used when short durations of accelerated motion  are  required. The pneumatic actuators are used for the conversion of energy obtained from compressed air or vacuum into either a rotary or linear motion. Pneumatic energy powered actuators are generally required in situations wherein the engine controls are to be fired almost instantaneously. In such situations, the system needs to respond quickly in terms of starting and stopping the engine, wherein the powering air or gas need not be stored near the system and can be fed through a system of pipes and a cylinder. Thus, pneumatic actuators can be used in the production of force from a relatively small pressure change.

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