You may be asking, “What is a catalytic converter?” When your car burns fuel, there are a lot of harmful chemicals that come out in the combustion process. A catalytic converter or a ‘cat’ as it’s often referred to, is a device that reduces pollutants in exhaust gas. Its located in the exhaust pipe between the manifold and the rear muffler.
If your car is less than 25 years old, chances are pretty high it will have a catalytic converter. Catalytic converters are most commonly found on cars but they’re also used on electrical generators, forklifts, on mining equipment and trucks.
At the end of their life, catalytic converters can be recycled and what’s more, they’re really valuable. So, instead of disposing of old and broken catalytic converters, visit the Endless Metals drive-thru in Napier.
It doesn’t matter if the catalytic converter itself is rusted or dented or the year, make and model of the car it comes from. The value of the converter for recycling doesn’t change with the value of the car.
As the world moves to reducing carbon emissions, almost all cars will be manufactured with catalytic converters. When they can no longer be used, they can be recycled, and since they’re really valuable, instead of disposing of them, you can scrap them at Endless Metals in Napier.
For more information on catalytic converter scrap price, visit www.endless.co.nz/pricing , and for more information on scrap yards Napier, scrap metal Napier and scrap metal prices please go to https://www.endlessmetals.co.nz .