Mufflers and Exhaust

When you need it the most.

Mufflers are devices meant to suppress noise, particularly the tubular device including an absorber plate in a motor vehicle’s exhaust system. The exhaust system gathers flue gases from the cylinders, filters dangerous chemicals, decreases noise, and releases the cleaned exhaust gases at a safe distance from the automobile’s passengers.

The exhaust system may have one or two channels depending on the engine. The flow resistance must be chosen so that the exhaust backpressure has as least impact on engine performance as reasonable.

The muffler is associated with the engine’s backpressure. As a result, it serves as the last filter between your engine and fresh air, which is a good thing because your vehicle engines produce a lot of gases and other materials that are then carried through the remainder of the exhaust system.

Clean City Service Center’s mechanics are sufficiently trained to examine and advise on the condition of any company’s exhaust and mufflers, including Maruti, Tata, Toyota, Hyundai, Honda, Mahindra, Ford, Skoda, General Motors, Mitsubishi, and Mercedes Benz.