Innovative solutions to help aftermarket
and OE customers meet increasingly demanding emissions standards.
Herringbone-Formed Metallic Substrate
Exhaust gas must pass through a “maze”—increasing contact with the catalyst’s surfaces.
Takes higher advantage of the available PGM and oxygen storage components through proprietary herringbone turbulent flow technology.
Increased efficiency allows for the potential of platinum group metals (PGM) cost savings and a reduction in catalyst substrate size.
More efficient conversion than straight channel designs.
Lower cells per square inch (CPSI) over competitive technology improves flow by reducing back pressure for better performance and fuel economy.
ACAT’s proprietary bonding technology does not require a flat layer to separate the corrugation layers. This further reduces back pressure as it allows cross channel flow.
Metallic substrate can be formed into an endless variety of shapes, sizes and cell densities, enabling smaller or larger volume pieces.
Weighs less than equivalent metallic solutions.
Metallic substrate has low thermal mass, relative to a comparable ceramic, so that it heats up quickly.
Metallic substrate is made with a high-temperature-strength, oxidation-resistant stainless ferrites chromium steel foil with high aluminum content and rare elements that is suitable for a broad range of applications.