Catch Cans filter crankcase gases that create intake carbon build-up and contaminate a vehicle’s engine causing power loss.
Fitting a Ryco Catch Can will extend the life of the engine by keeping the air intake clean allowing the engine to continue to run at optimum power.
Check out the full technical article on "Why Do I Need a Diesel Catch Can?" which explains how dangerous crankcase gasses can build up in your engines manifold, leading to lost of power, fuel efficiency and sludge build up, leading to expensive mechanical repairs.
Ryco offers a custom component kit designed for the dual or single installation of Ryco Fuel Water Separator and Ryco Catch Can and comes with engine bay-specific brackets, molded hose, and accessories to fit.
Made for specific vehicles. Alternatively, the universal RCC360 catch can and Z980UK fuel water separators can be installed separately.
Fuel Water Separators pre-filter fuel before it gets to the standard filter and provide added protection by removing more contaminants and water prior to the standard filter.
Fitting a catch can is a great filtration upgrade that can stop power loss, extend engine life and prevent sludge build-up.
The new RCC360 has been completely engineered to suit most 4x4 engine bays and can be installed as an upgrade if you already have a RCC350, RCC351 or a ProVent 200 Catch Can installed.
Ryco’s new RCC360K Catch Can Kit has been meticulously created for vehicles who don't already have a catch can fitted. RCC360K Kit comes complete with all the RCC360 Catch Can, necessary filters, brackets and connectors to complete installation. Once kit is installed your vehicle will be protected against contaminants that lead to engine damage and decreased performance, giving you the confidence to push your 4x4 to the limit.
A Ryco Crankcase filter assembly prevents crankcase gases from contaminating engine air intake components, reducing efficiency and leading to expensive maintenance.
The rate at which the catchcan will capture contaminants and the 300ml sump require draining will vary greatly depending on the age and condition of the engine.