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Units D&E Invicta Business Centre

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Gillingham

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EXHAUST SYSTEM

 

Worried about unusual and loud noises coming from the underside of your vehicle, more often than not there's a break in the exhaust system. be it either a quick fix or new parts required we can offer you a free check and quote for any repairs needed.

 

When an exhaust pipe rots through or a connection comes loose, an exhaust leak occurs. A leak is almost always immediately apparent with a loud, obnoxious sound and, possibly, drivability issues like an intermittent fluctuation in power. But, believe it or not, these aren't the real problems. It gets a little more serious if the leak occurs before the catalytic converter, which means the exhaust isn't being properly processed and all those hot chemicals are spilling everywhere into the atmosphere. It's always a good idea to get leaks fixed as soon as possible to avoid subjecting yourself, your passengers and your surroundings to unfiltered exhaust fumes. also having a properly secured exhaust system will help when it comes to your MOT test and meeting the emissions standards requirement.

 

Catalytic Converters, which became commonplace in the 1970s, are the primary and most efficient means of reducing the level of toxins in a car's exhaust. The innards of a catalytic converter (or "cat") are coated with metals. Different types of catalytic converters use different combinations of platinum, palladium and rhodium. Before the exhaust reaches the cat, it contains a potent, super-toxic combination of carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxide and hydrocarbons. (When you take your car for its emissions test, these are the chemical levels that are being tested.) When these poisons come into contact with the metals coating the inside of the cat, a chemical reaction takes place that makes the exhaust gases less harmful. As the exhaust gases passes through the cat, the level of chemicals should be reduced enough to comply with government regulations.

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