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Catalytic Converter


Catalytic Converter

  • Up to 90% reduction in pollutants
  • Reduces Carbon Monoxide (CO)
  • Reduces Unburned Hydrocarbons (HC)
  • Effective on Aldehydes
  • Suitable for any diesel engine
Locomotive Application
Twin catalyst application
on a locomotive
The OSCA Catalytic Converter uses a catalytic chemical conversion to transform carbon monoxide (CO) and unburned hydrocarbons (HC) into non-toxic carbon dioxide and water.



This conversion is carried out through a metallic honeycomb substrate coated with platinum, palladium and rhodium. The catalyst is capable of reducing up to 90% of pollutants at an optimum operating temperature of 250C.

Forklift Application
Application on a forklift
truck
Applications
The catalyst is suited to any diesel engine application, such as prime power or standby generator sets, NRMM such as earth moving equipment and materials handling equipment such as forklifts and telescopic handlers. In particular the catalyst is suited to equipment being used in a confined space such as tunnels, warehouses and mines.

Installation
It is essential that fitment is as close as possible to the engine exhaust manifold, the OSCA V3NA requires high temperature to ensure maximum catalytic efficiency. There is no particular direction of flow through the catalyst and should be installed directly in the exhaust line, the original silencer system is left in place.

Maintenance
The catalyst should be cleaned every 500 hours, this is achieved by letting the catalyst cool down after use, removing the honeycomb substrate from the housing and soaking in hot soapy water for 5 hours. The catalyst can be replaced once thoroughly dry.

Life
The nature of a catalytic converter is a catalytic reaction; hence the life of the catalyst is theoretically unlimited. Due to unavoidable operating conditions such as engine vibration, poorly tuned engines and abrasive action of the exhaust, the life of the catalyst is reduced. As a result of this, the catalyst requires replacement after 10,000 hours of use.

Purification Test
The graphs below show the purification efficiency at three stages of the filters life.
Specifications
Select the cubic capacity (cc) range from the figures in the table below and click on the correct model for your engine. For Turbocharged engines, multiply engine cc by 1.4 and read directly from the table.

 cc Model cc Model
 300 - 700  OSCA D10  9,800 - 13,100  OSCA D200F
 700 - 1,500  OSCA D20F  13,100 - 19,700  OSCA D250F
 1,500 - 2,500 OSCA D50F  19,700 - 25,000  OSCA D350F
 2,500 - 4,100 OSCA D80F  25,000 - 35,000  OSCA D400F
 4,100 - 6,500  OSCA D110F  35,000 - 45,000  OSCA D500F
 6,500 - 9,800  OSCA D150F  

All models are available with slotted ends, with or without flanges or side entry/exit, special models can be produced for engines with larger power ratings, please contact us for details.

Customer Review
"...emissions for this set are very low, especially CO
which is very close to 0 ppm"

- OSCA Catalytic Converter, applied to a Generating Set

Pricing and Quotations
For pricing or a written quotation, please contact us with engine details.

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