Catalytic Converters

We supply & fit cats for every car at a fraction of the cost you would pay at the dealers.

TorqueFlow can supply a wide range of universal catalysts with both metallic and ceramic monoliths that are suitable for both petrol and diesel engines. They are available in a variety of lengths and bore services.

We have now developed our most impressive performance cat to date. With a cell density of just 100cpsi and a 3 inch bore size, these are sutiable for high performance cars looking for an increase in torque and BHP. They are also made out of 304 grade stainless steel, making it ideal for fitting to the most advanced exhaust system.

What is a Catalytic Converter?

A catalytic converter (or Cat) is an Exhaust Emissions Device located underneath a vehicle. It uses a combination of heat and precious metals to promote a chemical reaction, which breaks down harmful gases, making the emissions less detrimental to the environment.

How Does A Cat Work?

The operating temperature of a cat is between 350 -  400 degrees Celsius. Once the cat has reached this temperature, a chemical reaction occurs as the exhaust gases flow through the coated monolith. These harmful gases are then oxidised and converted.

Different Types of CAT

Underfloor Cats: Older cats tend to be underfloor cats. Thus meaning ther is a length of pipe between the cat and the manifold.

Manifold Cats: Also known as “close coupled.” These fit direct to the manifold.

Maniverter: These are more common on newer vehicles. The cat is part of the manifold.

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