U.S. Engine-Driven Welder Market Growth, Development and Demand Forecast Report 2030

Published Mar 15 

The need for efficient engine-driven welders has recently increased in the U.S. Because of this, manufacturing firms are creating small, light, and simple products, requiring minimal setup time.

By 2030, the U.S. engine-driven welder market is predicted to be worth $185.8 million. This is mostly due to the rising requirement for engine-driven welders for double activities in the mining industry, as well as the expanding pipeline industry and construction market.

One of the key causes fueling the need for American engine-driven welders is the soaring demand for these tools for dual actions in the mining industry. They must do maintenance on mining equipment and take out any dents or fractures.

They are also necessary to power other devices when primary electric power is not available. Mining businesses highly like these welders for use as a primary and secondary power source as well as for metalworking tasks due to their dual operating capabilities.

The extraction of mineral resources involves extensive mining activity in the U.S. The nation produced raw minerals worth around $90 billion in 2020; this amount increased by more than 10% to roughly $100,000 billion in 2021.

With more mining activity, there will likely be a greater need for mining equipment repairs, which will lead to a greater requirement for engine-driven welders in the U.S.

According to the application, the country's requirement for engine-driven welders is anticipated to be significantly higher in the construction industry. These devices are mostly used to weld metal structures and supply electricity for worksite gear. They can be used in heavy machinery operations, repairing construction equipment, building railroads, and many other facets of the construction industry.

The United States needs extensive repairs and restoration work done on its airports, bridges, roads, and transportation systems. By 2025, the nation needs to invest 3.5% of its GDP in infrastructure, up from 2.5%, to improve circumstances. The need for engine-driven welders is thus anticipated to increase as a result.