Exhaust systems

Exhaust systems

Reducing pollutants in the exhaust system and complying with emission values is more important than ever. That’s why we are constantly working on finding greener solutions. Our clamps are designed to meet the highest sealing requirements and to enable the best performance in every car.

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Exhaust system's roaring all of a sudden?

If you drive your combustion-engine vehicle a lot, you may be familiar with an unpleasant and loud noise that can suddenly start up in the rear of the car. What sounds like a rattling machine gun, or even a roaring stag, is actually a defective exhaust system.


What happened?

A car’s exhaust system is made up of, among other things, the exhaust manifold, a pipe system, and the catalytic converter or particulate filter, which connect to the muffler and the tailpipe. Exhaust systems are exposed to high temperature fluctuations, varying weather conditions, and chemical influences such as road salt and dirt – and all this leads to wear, rust, and, at some point, audibly leaking sections. Defects then result in high exhaust emissions and higher pollutant emissions, not to mention noise pollution.


The solution

Reducing pollutants in exhaust systems and complying with emission values is more important than ever. That is why we are constantly striving to find more environmentally friendly solutions. Our exhaust clamps, such as the EuroCoupler, are designed to meet the most stringent requirements for tightness and durability. And that means you will never be startled by unpleasant noises in your car again.

Our products for secure connections in exhaust systems

Our products for secure connections in exhaust systems


Best choice on the market


Very low weight & good sealing performance


Perfect for service repairs


Easy repair of butt joint pipes


Straight design & easy to handle


Pipe angle adjustable & low weight


Quick release for rapid assembly


Made for performance in extreme temperatures


Resists extreme temperatures up to 1,000°C