What is Adblue?
AdBlue is a special non-toxic synthetic urea solution used to chemically reduce the NOx emissions of diesel-fueled heavy-duty vehicles.
AdBlue is an environmentally friendly product. The minimum risk category of portable liquids is classified.
Adblue Area Of Use
Since 2006, it was mandatory to use AdBlue for trucks and buses that have been trafficked in European Union countries. Since 2015, it has become mandatory for all diesel-powered vehicles, including newly produced cars, trucks, tractors, heavy equipment, trains and even ships.
Fuel stations, bus operators, logistics companies and lubricants can use our AdBlue filling units and our portable AdBlue products for sale or for your own fleet.
AdBlue is not toxic. If properly used, it poses no risk to humans, animals and the environment.
Precautions to be taken when working with AdBlue include avoiding contact with skin and eyes. Also, if spilled on the ground, there is a danger of slipping.
Adblue Storage Conditions
Storage above -10°C (crystallized from -11 ° C) under 30°C (hydrolysis formation) is recommended.
It should not be left outdoors in the sun.
It should be kept sealed in stainless steel or polypropylene cups.