Electrical Safety Devices in the US - Procurement Research Report

Electrical Safety Devices Procurement in the US

This report is intended to assist buyers of electrical safety devices, including ground-fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs) and arc-fault circuit interrupters (AFCIs). Electrical safety devices help mitigate the risk of serious injury from an electric circuit. A GFCI is a device that disconnects a circuit when it senses that electricity is flowing through an unintended path (e.g. a person or through water) in order to reduce the risk of electrocution. AFCIs disconnect circuits when electrical arcs are detected in order to protect against electrical fires. Top buyers of electrical safety devices include electrical contracting firms, construction firms and building operators. Suppliers can be categorized as a manufacturer or a distributor. This report excludes standard circuit breakers, fuses, surge protectors and relays.


AT A GLANCE

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

PRICE ENVIRONMENT

Price Fundamentals

Price Drivers

Recent Price Trend

Price Forecast

PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS

Product Life Cycle

Total Cost of Ownership

Product Specialization

Related Goods

Substitute Goods

Regulation

Quality Control

SUPPLY CHAIN & VENDORS

Supply Chain Dynamics

Competitive Environment

Market Profitability

Switching Cost

PURCHASING PROCESS

Buying Basics

Key RFP Elements

NEGOTIATION STATISTICS

BUYER POWER SCORE COMPONENTS

JARGON & GLOSSARY

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