A premier company in luxury and innovation must lead by example, that's why Mercedes Benz takes the front seat in leading their competitors in the luxury vehicle division. Mercedes Benz has been known to create various innovations in the luxury vehicle market; innovations that have made their vehicles stand above the rest. But Mercedes Benz's leadership goes beyond their superiority in the luxury vehicle arena. Mercedes Benz shows that they are also the leader in community relationships—creating activities that can help the community and vehicle designs that can keep them and the environment safe.
With a commitment to keep the community and its environment safe and sound, Mercedes Benz furthers its research in creating and designing vehicles that are truly environment friendly. But while such design and technology is still in the development phase, the company does not want their vehicle to continuously pose hazard to the environment and the people. That's why they equipped all of their vehicles with Mercedes Benz catalytic converters. With a Mercedes Benz catalytic converter installed, Mercedes Benz vehicles would emit less of those harmful combustion byproducts that Mercedes Benz engines produces.
But why should a Mercedes Benz vehicle be equipped with a catalytic converter and what does it do? While Mercedes Benz engines have greatly improved through the time and their fuel-to-energy conversion have been more efficient, one cannot deny that they still produce a large amount of harmful substances as combustion byproducts. Actually, all gasoline-fueled internal combustion engines emit harmful byproducts as a result of an imperfect combustion. While an efficient alternative to the gasoline-fueled internal combustion engine is yet to be discovered and perfected, companies have resorted into using catalytic converters to greatly reduce such harmful emissions.
Catalytic converters are emission-control products designed to clean up the exhausts created by gasoline-powered internal combustion engines. Carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons and nitrogen oxides typically compose the harmful substances in vehicle exhausts, and it is the function of catalytic converters to convert these harmful substances into less harmful ones before they are emitted to the outside air. Typical catalytic converters are composed of two catalysts: a reduction catalyst and an oxidation catalyst. The reduction catalyst converts the nitrogen oxides into nitrogen and oxygen, while the oxidation catalyst oxidizes the carbon monoxide and hydrocarbons into carbon dioxide and water. The resulting substances of both catalyses prove less harmful, and some are even completely harmless to the environment.
Mercedes Benz would not allow any of their vehicles to be used on public roads without a catalytic converter. Neither would the law allow you to drive a Mercedes Benz without a properly functioning Mercedes Benz catalytic converter. That's why if your Mercedes Benz' cats is already damaged or worn out, you better replace it with new ones. Here at Parts Train, we have a wide selection of Mercedes Benz replacement catalytic converter parts and kits that you can use to replace any part or the entirety of your Mercedes Benz catalytic converter. Guaranteed to perform at its best, our Mercedes Benz catalytic converters would make your Mercedes Benz a friend of the environment.