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Cylindrical Three-way Universal Catalytic Converter

The three-way catalytic converter is an emission control device added to the exhaust system to reduce exhaust pollutants. This converter contains a ceramic catalyst coated with a precious metal material.

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The three-way universal catalytic converter is an emission control device added to the exhaust system to reduce exhaust pollutants. This converter contains a ceramic catalyst coated with a precious metal material. To prevent contamination of the catalyst, unleaded gasoline must be used. Unleaded gasoline also reduces combustion chamber deposits and exhaust system corrosion. The three-way catalytic converter requires the use of unleaded gasoline. Using leaded gasoline will cause the converter to lose its effectiveness. The three-way catalytic converter removes the residual pollutants from combustion through chemical oxidation and reduction reactions. The catalytic converter converts the hydrocarbons (HC) and carbon monoxide (CO) emitted from the exhaust gas into carbon dioxide (NH2O), and harmful emissions.

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 Technical Data of Universal Catalytic Converter:

Product name Three-way Universal catalytic converter
IN/OUT LET 63MM
Body 114mm
Length 250mm
Weight 1.4kg
Shell Material 409 L steel
Substrate Cordierite Honeycomb ceramic
Cell density Ceramic – 400 cpsi

How to effectively protect the three-way catalytic converter to prevent damage

  1. Properly maintain your engine. Engine failures involving electrical, electronic fuel injection, or ignition systems can cause abnormally high temperatures in the converter and exhaust system. If you notice an engine fire, significant performance degradation, or other abnormal operating conditions, please do not continue to drive your vehicle. Repair in time. A properly maintained engine can minimize failures that may damage the converter. It also helps provide good emission control and fuel economy.
  2.  Do not push or tow your vehicle to start it. This may damage the converter.
  3. Do not park the vehicle on tall grass, dry leaves, or other combustible materials. The catalytic converter becomes very hot and may ignite these materials.