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What Is the Function of an Exhaust Muffler?

What Is The Function Of An Exhaust Muffler

A well-designed exhaust system and muffler will collect exhaust gases from your engine cylinder and discharge it as quickly and silently as possible. A well-designed system should include the following considerations:

  • A muffler that minimizes resistance to gas flow (back pressure) while keeping it within the limits specified for the engine model and rating to provide maximum efficiency.
  • Reducing exhaust noise emission to meet local regulations and application requirements.

Exhaust and the Environment

Exhaust systems were originally designed to safely route gases from engines into the environment. They also function to limit the amount of noise an engine creates.

However, exhaust gas contains components that are harmful not only to the environment, but to human health as well.

Due to the harmful components within exhaust gas, emission levels are regulated, and the gas must be treated after it leaves the engine. While the exhaust system does still perform its original function, it has evolved into a crucial component for pollution control in modern machines.

Go the Extra Mile with American Crane & Tractor Parts

A well-designed exhaust system works both for your tractor and the environment. American Crane & Tractor Parts takes extra care to partner with manufacturers who produce exhaust systems with more horsepower and better flow. All our components are designed to meet or exceed OEM specifications.

We have intake and exhaust systems for almost every make and model of heavy equipment. The best part? Our exhaust mufflers have the capability to bolt into place where the original intake and exhaust was without any modifications.

Browse our featured intake and exhaust components at American Crane & Tractor Parts to learn more about industry-leading exhaust mufflers today.

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