Fume Hood Scrubber


  • Fume Scrubbers are installed in addition to an exhaust system over a fume cupboard.
  • Their main aim is to remove and neutralize harmful substances emitted from laboratory activities.
  • Fume hood scrubbers can effectively reduce concentrations of substances such as water-soluble acid, base and organic contaminants emitted from combustions.


  • More than 90% efficiency for most exhaust constituents
  • Low scrubber reagent consumption of 1 liter per minute
  • Up to 98% of Cyclonic mist retention
  • Works best with exhaust flow across from 1,000 to 1,400 ft/min across
  • Compact and innovative design with dimensions of 20 x 20 x 30 in (W x D x H), 50 lbs
  • Works with a minimum of 30 PSI scrubber reagent inlet pressure
  • All plastic acid and alkali resistance construction


Research & Mining laboratories, schools & universities should have their priority on controlling hazardous emissions. If you are concerned about duct corrosion and other environmental harm factors associated to fume cabinets’ use, you will want to consider Dynaflow solutions. As per Australian Standard AS/NZ 2243.8:2014 it is mandatory to have fume scrubber fitted to fume cupboards designed for work with Perchloric acid and hydrofluoric acid.

It is important to install a compatible fume hood scrubber when constructing a fume management system.

It comes with water flow regulator and in-line pressure regulator and has flow drop of around 40% @ 2,400 ft/min and a Gravity drain outlet for scrubbing effluent.

Employing a unique tube-within-a- tube design, it is constructed out of all plastic acid- and alkali-resistant material that allows it to effectively treat and remove up to 95% of the acid fumes. It is connected in line with the exhaust flow. The input exhaust port of this unit receives the acid-laden fumes. The output exhaust port discharges the scrubbed exhaust. To work properly, the exhaust fume scrubber requires tap water at a flow rate of about one liter per minute at its water inlet. This water, with dissolved acid content, is discharged at the unit’s water drain outlet.


  • Treatment of laboratory off-gases.
  • Scrubbing of metal treating emissions.
  • Acid gas scrubbing.