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What are catalytic combustors made of?

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Most catalytic combustors for woodburning stoves are made of a high temperature resistant, honeycomb patterned ceramic substrate. They are coated with special noble metals. The honeycomb pattern gives the combustor surface area for the catalytic coatings. The noble metals used are palladium and/or platinum.

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