NOXFOX ceramic nanofibers convert dangerous NOx (nitrogen oxides), CO (carbon monoxide), and HC (hydrocarbons) into harmless byproducts.

The NOXFOX brand incorporates patented nanotechnology in the form of ceramic fibers with diameters averaging one-thousandth the thickness of a human hair. The high-surface-area ceramic nanofibers hold nanoparticles of platinum, palladium, rhodium, and other catalysts, which are instrumental in the destruction of NOx, CO, and HC. Since the catalyzed ceramic nanofibers provide large catalytic surface area, there is maximum catalyst-exhaust contact and minimum exhaust resistance.

Traditional catalytic converters use 10x–20x more catalyst than NOXFOX catalytic filters, which contain optimal amounts of catalyst within small nanoparticles. NOXFOX catalytic filters are smaller, lighter, and more efficient.

While NOXFOX technology was developed for small engines, the same ceramic nanotechnology can replace conventional catalytic converter technology in automobiles, trucks, boats, cruise liners and catalytic converter devices used within hydrocarbon-burning power plants. NOXFOX means cutting-edge technology at its finest, down to the last fiber.

How NOXFOX catalytic filters are made (video)
How ceramic nanofibers are created (video)


The images to the right show ceramic
nanofibers magnified 30,000 times with
embedded catalyst particles.

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• The Approximate size of NOXFOX catalytic filter is equivalent to 3 cotton balls.
• A NoxFox catalytic filter contains approximately 1380 miles of nCATfibers
• Using nCATfiber technology, one gram of catalyst (equivalent to the weight of one paperclip) contains the equivalent surface area of 25 square feet.
• NOXFOX uses only 5% of the catalyst that catalytic converters use.