In 2022, the scrubber system market was worth around USD 5,150 million, and it is projected to advance at a 5.75% CAGR from 2022 to 2030, hitting USD 8,055 million by 2030, according to P&S Intelligence.
This growth can be credited to the rising air pollution worries and the growing awareness of air quality management approaches.
Furthermore, the growth of manufacturing amenities results in a range of contaminants and dust particles being released. Consequently, there is a huge demand for the acceptance of pollution control methods like scrubber systems. Such systems are present in a wide variety of specifications and sizes, making them suitable for utilization in a count of businesses. Such reasons surge the potential of scrubbers in the oil & gas, manufacturing, and food processing industries.
Scrubber systems are often kind of air pollution control machines that are utilized to filter specific gases and atoms from industrial drains.
Ecological protection rules and measures are becoming more vital to reduce the significance of industrial releases. The focus of such limitations is on encouraging the use of non-toxic items, changing industrial processes, and executing conservation measures.
Moreover, these inspire recycling or reprocessing goods rather than disposing of them, which leads to a lessening in pollution levels.
On the basis of construction material, the industry is divided into non-metals and metals. Because of the reduced risk of life-threatening diseases and the amplified need for the installation of appropriate scrubber systems and emission extractors in the metal industry, in 2022 the metals category held the largest revenue share in the market.
On the basis of end users, the industry is segmented into oil & gas, marine, power generation, metal & mining, chemical & petrochemical, agriculture, glass, pharmaceutical, food & beverage, water & wastewater treatment, and others. Between these, the marine category held the largest market share.
During the forecast period, the APAC scrubber system market will experience the fastest development, followed by North American and Europe. This can be credited to the strict government regulations and guidelines involving pollution control armed with development in the manufacturing sector, and many government steps and initiatives in this field.
For example, the industrial sector, in India and China are both boosted by the Chinese government’s “Made in 2025” initiative and the Indian government’s “Make in India” ambition. Consequently, the cleaning system industry has substantial development potential, because of the regional solid industrial sector growth.