CATALYST ROW: KLARIUS ISSUE STATEMENT

Following yesterday’s announcement from Environmental Catalyst Technology (ECT) in which it urged stockists not to sell certain lines of catalytic converters, Klarius Products have issued the following statement:

All Klarius distributors, resellers, garages and end customers can be totally confident that every Klarius product is made to exacting quality standards and meets regulatory requirements. There is no issue with any item previously sold or currently held in-stock. The entire Klarius range of CATs available today is certified, type approved and fully legal to sell and use. The Klarius range represents a cost competitive product at a premium quality standard; it always has and will continue to do so in future.”

The firm furthered that any non-compliant stock still in factor branches would have been produced by Klarius before the point in time when the company was officially informed about the withdrawal and would be legal to sell on.

The statement is the latest part in the ongoing row over homologation of catalytic converters.

Published by GregWhitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist

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