Custom, high-performance mufflers

  • 05-Jul-2016 12:12 EDT

Modular Exhaust, a division of GLSV, features custom sizing for three different shapes of mufflers—circular, elongated, and rectangular—as well as custom-shaped non-modular mufflers, which are available upon request. The company offers customized design for both a desired flow and a desired noise level performance. Designing to a specific noise specification and back pressure are all made possible through advanced exhaust modeling tools. Modular Exhaust works with a wide range of materials including carbon steel, stainless steel, titanium, and Inconel and also offers a range of heat treatments including reflective ceramic coating and integral wrap. Benefits and features include maximum engine performance and high efficiency, corrosion resistance and thermal protection, and streamlined design and manufacturing process. For more information, visit www.modularexhaust.com/introducing-modular-exhaust/.

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