Fume scrubbers are air pollution control devices used to remove hazardous gases, vapors, and particulate matter from industrial exhaust streams. They are particularly effective in removing acidic or caustic fumes.
Fume scrubbers operate by passing the polluted air through a liquid medium, typically water or a chemical reagent. The liquid captures and neutralizes the contaminants, allowing clean air to be released back into the atmosphere. Fume scrubbers are widely employed in industries such as chemical manufacturing, metal processing, and semiconductor fabrication.