Eastern Catalytic Converters are certificated in over 58 countries around the globe. Continual improvements in design, production, and product delivery systems have made Eastern the smart choice in Direct-Fit catalytic converters. Eastern Catalytic provides catalytic converter coverage for cars, light trucks, SUVs, and vans. Each catalytic converter is built to meet or exceed OEM specs with OE-quality flanges and flex assemblies. They feature proprietary catalytic converter chemistry and high-flow design that maximizes engine output and catalytic efficiency. Eastern Catalytic utilizes nanotechnology, which is the manufacturing and manipulation of materials at the molecular or atomic level, guaranteeing you a well-built, long-lasting catalytic converter. The Direct-Fit Catalytic Converters include Eastern’s Value Pack™ installation kits with everything you need for a fast, easy installation.
Please Note: We do not ship any Catalytic Converters To The State of California
Installation Kit Includes:
Air tube and hose clamps
Manifold nuts and bolts
Fuel injector air tube connector
Air tube plug
Complete installation instructions
Why Do Catalytic Converters Fail:
Melted Brick - Engine operating too hot
Oil-Fouled Brick - Engine oil is getting into the exhaust
Plugged Brick - Incomplete combustion by-products have plugged the holes
Burned Converter - Exhaust temperature too hot
Road Damage - Impact under the vehicle crushed the converter
Signs Of Need To Replace Your Catalytic Converter:
The most accurate way to determine converter failure is by tests such as those used in state and local inspection programs.
But the following symptoms may indicate need for converter replacement:
Broken or rusted-out converter body or end tubes
Fragments of substrate in other sections of the exhaust system
Absence of a rattle in a pelletized converter
(if there’s no rattle, the pellets may have melted together or fallen out)
Presence of a rattle in a monolithic converter
(a rattle in this kind of substrate indicates that the substrate has separated).
A thump on a monolithic converter should make a solid sound to indicate
that the substrate is present and is still in one piece
Essential Components of a Catalytic Converters:
The catalytic converter helps control harmful emissions from mobile engine sources by converting the hydrocarbons (HC), nitrogen oxides and carbon monoxide (CO) in the engine’s exhaust into carbon dioxide (CO2), nitrogen (N2) and water (H2O) vapor.
There are five key components:
Substrate—A ceramic honeycomb-like structure with thousands of parallel channels that provide a large surface area
for the application of the washcoat and precious-metal catalysts. This is the clean-air enabler at the heart of the catalytic converter.
Washcoat—A coating in which the catalysts are suspended that increases the surface area of the substrate.
When applied, it forms a rough, irregular surface that provides more places for precious-metal catalysts and makes the converter more efficient.
Catalysts— A combination of precious metals that is suspended in the washcoat before application to the core.
Chemical reactions between the catalysts and engine emissions help convert noxious emissions into less harmful gases and water vapor.
Mat—A wrapping surrounding the catalyzed substrate that provides thermal insulation and protects against mechanical shock and chassis vibration.
Mats are available in a variety of densities, thicknesses, and compositions.
Can—A metal package that encases the catalyzed substrate and mat, and integrates it into the exhaust system.
Sample's of Catalytic Converters:
2006 Volkswagen 2005 Nissan
2000 Ford 2008 Toyota
Catalytic Converters Applications:
Acura Catalytic Converter
American Motors Catalytic Converter
Audi Catalytic Converter
BMW Catalytic Converter
Buick Catalytic Converter
Cadillac Catalytic Converter
Chevrolet Catalytic Converter
Chrysler Catalytic Converter
Daewoo Catalytic Converter
Dihatsu Catalytic Converter
Dodge Catalytic Converter
Eagle Catalytic Converter
Ford Catalytic Converter
Geo Catalytic Converter
Honda Catalytic Converter
Hyundai Catalytic Converter
Infiniti Catalytic Converter
Isuzu Catalytic Converter
Jaguar Catalytic Converter
Kia Catalytic Converter
Lexus Catalytic Converter
Lincoln Catalytic Converter
Mazda Catalytic Converter
Mercedes Catalytic Converter
Mercury Catalytic Converter
Merkur Catalytic Converter
MG Catalytic Converter
Mitsubishi Catalytic Converter
Nissan Catalytic Converter
Olsmobile Catalytic Converter
Peugot Catalytic Converter
Plymouth Catalytic Converter
Pontiac Catalytic Converter
Porsche Catalytic Converter
Renault Catalytic Converter
Saab Catalytic Converter
Saturn Catalytic Converter
Sterling Catalytic Converter
Subaru Catalytic Converter
Suzuki Catalytic Converter
Toyota Catalytic Converter
Volkswagen Catalytic Converter
Volvo Catalytic Converter
Yugo Catalytic Converter