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“The Scrubber Systems Market to Reach Valuation of USD 3.0 Billion by 2028; Increasing Demand for Pollutant Free Air to Drive the Market”

Read This Controversial Article And Find Out More About Top Companies in Scrubber System market

Market Overview:

According to Vantage market research, the global Scrubber System market was valued at USD 1.33 Billion in 2020 and is projected to reach USD 3.65 Billion by 2028, growing at a CAGR of 13.4% from 2021 to 2028. The term “scrubber” is being referred to pollution control devices that are using liquid to wash unwanted pollutants from a gas stream. Exhaust gas streams are passed inside the scrubber where an alkaline scrubbing material is present to neutralize the acidic nature of the exhaust gasses and remove any particulate matter from the exhaust. The increasing demand to reduce emissions and harmful gasses from chemical industries is the key reason to adopt scrubber systems. Also, rising stringent regulations passed by the government bodies are driving the scrubber system market.

The emerging economies of the Asia Pacific such as India, China, Indonesia, and Thailand are expected to fuel the growth of the scrubber systems market in coming years. In 2020, countries such as India and China in the Asia Pacific region shared the highest GAGR of 13.2%. The reason for the growth of the scrubber systems market is the growing processing industry, lower cost of labor, and major investment made by key manufacturers. Government bodies are passing stringent regulations to control air pollution. For instance, the Indian Government has made it compulsory for using scrubber systems in chemical plants located near cities and oceans. As India and China are developing countries with huge populations these regulations are made strict, due to these factors scrubber market in these countries will gain popularity in coming years.

Following are the top leading companies in the Scrubber System market:

Company Name

Revenue in USD

  • DuPont

$16 Billion

  • Alfa Laval

$4 Billion

  • Yara Marine Technologies AS

$63 Million

  • Wärtsilä

$5 Billion

  • Bowers & Wilkins (B&W)

$323 Million

  • Verantis

$19 Million

  • Tri-Mer Corporation

$28 Million

  • NedermanMikroPul

$499 Million

  • Hamon Research-Cottrell, Inc.

$361 Million

  • Fuji Electric

$7 Billion


  1. DuPont

DuPont is an American multinational company founded in 1897. The company provides services to mechanical industries and the healthcare sector. These include industrial chemicals, synthetic fibers, petroleum-based fuels and lubricants, pharmaceuticals, building materials, sterile and specialty packaging materials, cosmetics ingredients, and agricultural chemicals. The company is headquartered in Wilmington, Delaware, United States. In 2020, the company generated revenue of USD 20.4Billion and had34,000 employees working across the globe. The company is listed as DD (NYSE) in the New York Stock exchange. The company has various subsidiaries such as DuPont Sustainable Solutions, DuPont (Korea) Inc., and various others. 

  1. Alfa Laval

Alfa Laval is a Swedish multinational company founded in 1883. The company provides products and services to the industrial sector. These include valves, pumps, heat exchangers, evaporators, distillers, oil separators, filters, and all other hardware vital to the operation of the ship's engine room. The company is headquartered in Lund, Sweden. In 2020, the company had 17,497 employees working across the globe. The company is listed as ALFA (STO) in the Swedish Stock Exchange. The company has various subsidiaries such as Alfa Laval Corporate AB, Vortex Ventures, Inc., and various others. 

  1. Yara Marine Technologies AS

Yara Marine Technologies was founded in 2014. The Company offers exhaust gas emission control through sulfur oxides and nitrogen oxides product portfolio. Yara Marine Technologies serves the marine sector. The company is headquartered in Drammensveien 134, 0277 Oslo, Norway. The company is a privately held company.

  1. Wärtsilä

Wärtsilä is Finish multinational company founded in 1834. Hyland Software is the developer of the enterprise content management and process management software suite called OnBase. Applications of the suite are used in healthcare, financial institutions, insurance, government, higher education, and manufacturing. The company is headquartered in Helsinki, Finland. In 2020, the company had19,000 employees working across the globe. The company is a privately held company. The company has various subsidiaries such as Wärtsilä North America, Inc., WärtsiläDefence Inc. USA; Wärtsilä Development & Financial Services Inc., and various others.

  1. Bowers & Wilkins (B&W)

Bowers & Wilkins, commonly known as B&W, is a British company that produces consumer and professional loudspeakers and headphones. B&W was founded in 1966 by John Bowers in Worthing, West Sussex, England. In October 2020, B&W was acquired by Sound United, a holding company that owns several other audio brands. In 2020, the company had1,100employees working across the globe. The company is the parent organization of EVA Automation &DEI Holdings.

  1. Verantis

Headquartered in the United States, Verantis Corporation is a global leader in engineering services and environmental systems that focus on process improvement in a wide range of basic industrial and high technology processes. The company is dedicated to offering cost-effective solutions by combining technically advanced products into high-performance systems for clients around the world. Verantis has established additional engineering and design centers in China, Singapore, and India.  Additional information about Verantis is available on the company’s website at

  1. Tri-Mer Corporation

Tri-Mer Corporation is an American multinational conglomerate corporation that was founded in Eindhoven in 1960. It specializes in comprehensive air pollution control solutions. It is the world’s largest provider of catalytic ceramic filter systems. Tri-Met's focus is advanced pollution control technology combined with turnkey project delivery services. Tri-Mer has fifteen lines of equipment, both wet and dry. The Catalytic Ceramic Filter system is the premier dry system for simultaneously controlling multiple pollutants such as PM, SOx, and NOx. Tri-Mer projects range from smaller systems for diesel particulate and NOx control for ships-at-berth, to very large systems for cement plants and glass manufacturing facilities.

  1. NedermanMikroPul

NedermanMikroPul is a global leader in industrial air filtration for heavier dust collection applications such as foundry, smelting, and chemical processing. The company has global expertise in pulse jet collectors and baghouses as well as air scrubbers and cyclones. The main advantage MikroPul offers is a beginning-to-end offering of equipment, design services, fabrication, and after-market support that is unparalleled in the marketplace. MikroPul is now part of the Nederman group and known as NedermanMikroPul. Nederman is a global leader across many applications of fumes and dust capture. MikroPul’s sister brand Pneumafil is well known for leadership infiltration of gas turbine inlet conditioning and textile air filtration.MikroPul operates sales and service offices across Europe, the Asia Pacific, and the Americas with its headquarters in Charlotte, USA, serving air pollution control, occupational safety, power generation, and material recovery segments with innovative and comprehensive engineered solutions.

  1. Hamon Research-Cottrell, Inc.

Hamon Research-Cottrell: more than a century of expertise in Air Quality Systems. Hamon Research-Cottrell began when Dr. Frederick Gardner Cottrell invented the first industrial electrostatic precipitator in 1907. To support scientific research, Dr. Cottrell co-founded the non-profit Research Corporation in 1912.HamonResearchCottrell is a major provider of air pollution control technology solutions serving the North American market.

  1. Fuji Electric

Fujifilm Holdings is a Japanese multinational company founded in 1934. The company provides services and operates in the realms of photography, optics, office and medical electronics, biotechnology, and chemicals. The company is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. In 2019, the company generated revenue of USD 2,013.21 Million and has 73,906 employees working across the globe. The company has various subsidiaries such as Wako Pure Chemical Industries, Ltd., Wako Pure Chemical Industries, Ltd., and various others.

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