Refining of precious metals
  • As early as 1975 in the United States of America and little bit later in Europe began to take care of the use of catalysts and catalysts benefits. These days in many parts of the world, catalyst must have all cars in the markets. This is happened because cars incineration cases significant damage to the environment and human health, therefore, over the time scientists

  • Catalyst number 1X43-5E212-AK it is characterised by the unusual shape of a rounded trapezoid, with a low insert weight of 0.89 kg, as well as about 30 cm long and about 20 cm wide. Today we can pay 305 euros for this catalyst. Jaguar X Type 3.0 is a vehicle that was produced by the American group Ford Motor Company under the British brand Jaguar

  • Catalyst number T11 most often found in Toyota Yaris with 1.0 petrol engine, which has been produced since 1999. Its elongated form has approx. 52 cm. A special feature of this catalyst is one of the outlets, which shape resembles a shorter and smaller version of the tube. In today of this catalyst we can pay 195 euros. Toyota Yaris it was first presented in 1997

  • Catalyst number K 135 was used in Peugeot cars, mainly in the model 106 in the petrol version 1.1. The use of this catalyst had its time in 1998. The second model in which he used the promotional catalyst model was the model 206 2.0 HDI diesel version in the years of production from 1999-2016. The catalyst has a small format, approx. 36 cm long.

Purchase of electronics
and electronic waste

In various quantities we buy electronics, electronic equipment and electronic mechanism – boards from electronic devices. Individual prices of electronics parts You can find in our catalog.
  • FCFA3 Catalyst is a trademark of Subaru. The length of the catalyst is about 55 cm. It seems to have a lot of weight, but shows that it weighs less than 1 kg. This catalyst also has a well asymmetrical shape, reminiscent of a revolver with a curved tube. One of the outlets faces downwards, while the other faces in the opposite direction. The

  • Catalyst Converter 6N0131701AA / J28WWO GERMANY is a catalyst used by Volkswagen. It is small in size - about 35 cm long, although it weighs 1235 kg. It has a symmetrical, round shape. It is distinguished by a perforated body. Occurs in the Volkswagen Polo model. A common case of 6N0131701AA / J28WWO GERMANY catalyst is housing decomposition. In such a situation, as you

  • The exhaust system is an element with many hazards. The first threat from which we really cannot protect it, but is delaying it, is rust.  Why rust?  Rust on the exhaust system is primarily caused by the material from which it was made, or sheet metal. In addition, his working conditions are extremely unfavorable - high temperatures, dust, dirt from the asphalt and perhaps the most

  • Catalyst code N43 have been used in Honda car manufacturing. They are characterized by a metal insert, elongated shape, length up to 55 cm and weight up to 4 kg! There are screw holes in the edges of the cover. The catalyst is of symmetrical construction and has a transverse line in the middle dividing it in half. A common defect in the N43 model

  • Catalysts 6S71-5E212-CB / 1482586 were used in the Ford Mondeo III with a 2.0 TDCI engine with a displacement of 1.8 l and were produced in 1996-2000. They are about 35 cm long and 15 cm wide. The ceramic insert of the catalyst weighs 0.935 kg. They have asymmetrically arranged outlets covered with a staple plate.  The Ford Mondeo is an American midsize D-Class car

  • Electronics recyclers are an important source of secondary raw materials for various industrial sectors, supplying ferrous metals, copper, aluminum, platinum, palladium and other safely extracted materials. Of course, once electronic devices and batteries are disposed of, they go a long way to being completely safely disposed of and secondary raw materials ready to be reused. However, in order for them to go this way

  • Catalyst Converter with code 1732952 is one of the most popular models used in BMW cars. It is about 30 cm in weight and weighs less than 0.2 kg. It is characterized by an elongated, cylindrical shape, a tendency to corrosion and a symmetrical arrangement of the inlet and outlet in one line.  Catalyst 1732954 always co-exists with Catalyst 1732952. Although they look identical, they

  • The MATIZ catalyst is used by the Daewoo brand. The catalysts are small in size, about 25 cm long and weigh less than half a kilogram. They are characterized by a rather symmetrical and at the same time blunt shape. They have a metal shell which is a continuation of the cover running along the entire catalyst. Catalyst numbers are not listed on the

  • FCFE2 Catalyst uses the Subaru brand. These are ceramic catalysts up to 60 cm long and weighing just 0.49 kg. These catalysts have an asymmetrical design, flattened caps and a code at the edge. Catalysts with FCFE2 number were installed in the Subaru Impreza GD WRX 2.0 T in 2001-2005.  We have already written about the Subaru Impreza on our website. Today we will focus

  • The Renault brand uses catalysts with the code C162. These catalysts are known for their relatively simple and flat shape. The cover has 4 transverse indentations in the center. It has asymmetrically arranged openings, one of which is directed diagonally upwards. The housing has a high tendency to corrode. The catalyst is about 38 cm long and weighs just over 1.2 kg.  The Renault brand

  • Catalysts with numbers 1740183 and 1740184 are used by the German brand BMW. In turn, it is produced by Eberspacher. Catalysts are characterized by a longitudinal shape and asymmetrically arranged outlets. One of them faces upwards at a 45-degree angle. They are about 45 cm long and do not weigh more than 0.27 kg. 5 transverse recesses can be found in the insert. Catalysts

  • Lithium batteries are found in many everyday devices, from smartphones, laptops and tablets to a TV remote control or electric scooter. And while Europe pays close attention to climate and sustainability issues, the batteries in most modern appliances, which are only growing in demand every year, cannot be easily removed, replaced or repaired. When battery performance slows down, consumers usually give up the device