200K INVESTMENT AT REVCOAT

Calcination Oven

Catalytic converter brand Revcoat Technologies has made a major investment in new processes and machinery. New equipment includes a calcination oven, automatic case seam welder and several types of automatic coating machines.

The firm produces various types of diesel particulate filters in addition to the converters for petrol engines and has spent over £200k on the new equipment.

James Slade, Director at the firm said: “Over the past 12 months we have researched and developed catalyst wash-coats using high oxygen storage chemicals and Nano-technology precious metal solutions to meet the requirements of today’s emission standards.”

“Combined with our specifically designed coating and canning technology we can produce emission catalysts tailored to any requirement. Our catalytic solutions and our proprietary catalyst coating technology are individually tailored to take advantage of the latest technology in raw materials.”

“Our investment in this technology for the development of automotive emission catalysts gives us the ability to offer solutions for present and future requirements of environmental legislation.” Revcoat Technologies is owned by by European Exhaust & Catalyst Ltd.

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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