Hypercat ACP's three-way catalytic converter simultaneously oxidizes carbon monoxide (CO) and unburnt hydrocarbons (HCs), while also reducing nitrogen oxides (NOx). More specifically, the three-way catalytic converter reactions are further described below:
Three-way catalysts (sometimes known as non-selective catalytic reduction, or NSCR, catalysts) are designed to simultaneously convert three pollutants to harmless emissions: Carbon Monoxide (CO) → Carbon Dioxide (CO2), Hydrocarbons (HC) → Water (H20), Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx) → Nitrogen (N2).
The BlueCAT 200 and BlueCAT 300 are Retrofit Emissions Control Systems which have been verified by the California Air Resources Board for installation on uncontrolled gaseous fueled Large Spark Ignited (LSI) engines. BlueCAT systems control exhaust emissions and noise from industrial forklift trucks and other spark ignited rich-burn ...
Nett T-Series 3-Way catalytic converters and catalytic mufflers have been designed to control exhaust emissions and noise from industrial forklift trucks as well as other spark ignited rich-burn (stoichiometric) engines used in the material handling, construction or other industries. 3-Way catalytic converters/mufflers practically eliminate all of ...
Gaseous emissions present in small spark ignition engines of 25 horsepower or less are subject to stringent exhaust emission control standards for CO, Hydrocarbons and NOx. These sources of air pollution include both 2-stroke and 4-stroke engines, hand held devices, generators, lawn equipment and marine applications
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In the catalyst industry, Non-Selective Catalytic Reduction (NSCR) is a common reference to Three-Way Catalysts. NSCR catalysts address carbon monoxide (CO) and hydrocarbon (HC) exhaust emissions via oxidation, while also converting nitrogen oxides (NOx) via reduction.
More than 90% of new passenger vehicles are now fitted with autocatalysts, one third of which have been supplied by Johnson Matthey.
DCL on-road catalytic converters and catalytic mufflers can be designed to target a variety of engine emissions, including NOx, CO, hydrocarbons, formaldehydes and particulates.
DCL manufactures a variety of thin-walled metallic catalyst elements for control of emissions from internal combustion engines and various environmental applications. DCL catalyst elements may be used on existing DCL housings or for replacement of catalyst in competitors' housings.