What makes up a catalytic combustor design?
Catalytic combustors are manufactured to a stove manufacturer's specifications.
Each combustor requires a certain cell density to allow the stove a proper flow rate of the gases.
They are designed to allow proper residence time for the smoke and gases to burn before exiting the stove.
They are also sized based on the firebox volume.
All catalytic combustors must be EPA approved to assure the consumer they not only work, but will meet EPA emission regulations.