Browse Publications Technical Papers 1999-01-0308
1999-03-01

Improvements in Pd:Rh and Pt:Rh Three Way Catalysts 1999-01-0308

As one method of meeting current and future emission regulations on vehicles, automakers have increased PGM loadings in three-way catalysts. Engine dynamometer and FTP testing after accelerated engine agings were performed to compare current Pd:Rh and Pt:Rh catalysts with new Pd:Rh and Pt:Rh catalysts. This comparison demonstrated that enhanced three way performance can be obtained in the new catalysts with reduced Pd loadings or with the use of Pt:Rh instead of Pd:Rh. These improved catalysts will reduce the demand for high PGM loadings as well as provide flexibility in the PGM combinations used in exhaust systems.

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