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 can be used in all vehicle manufacturers in Europe with the main truck, tractor, bus, and SCR systems in the Euro 4, Euro 5 and euro 6 standards. It is not mixed with diesel or any other type of fuel. The use of SCR is done with a system called SCR selective catalytic reduction.
AdBlue must comply with DIN v 70070 standard and TS-ISO-22241-1 technical specification to ensure that your vehicle performs the function of the SCR system. It is mandatory for vehicles that meet the EURO 4, Euro 5 and Euro 6 standards. AdBlue complies with ISO and CEFIC regulations. It is very important that the product used for the SCR system is in compliance with the standards in order to optimise its function.
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 is not flammable.
AdBlue starts to freeze at -11 °C.
AdBlue can also be used after freezing. AdBlue can be used without any problems after dissolving.
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.
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.
Avoid contact with air.
Should be consumed within one year from the date of manufacture.
Transfer containers should be hygienic and used for the first time.
This method aims to reduce the level of pollutant emissions such as nitrogen oxide (NOx) by combining the engine’s optimised ignition and exhaust emissions refinement system. The main factor of the procedure is the use of AdBlue.
AdBlue is sprayed into exhaust gases before reaching the catalyst. The high heat generated at this point converts AdBlue into ammonia. Then ammonia and anti-nitrogen oxides react with each other when they penetrate the catalyst and become two elements that are not harmful to the atmosphere, nitrogen and water vapor.
The main problem in diesel engines is that harmful to health nitric oxide excretion is reduced considerably through SCR technology (selective catalytic reduction technology) and converted into water vapor and nitrogen with the help of a urea solution called AdBlue. AdBlue is transported in an additional tank in commercial vehicles and injected into the exhaust system. In combination with SCR catalyst, the specially developed dosing systems in the exhaust system allow the disposal of nitric oxide by 85% and the reduction of the body particles by 40%. It is only now possible to reduce particulate and nitric oxide excretion at the same time, and thus meet the legally required limit values, only with the SCR method.
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- The SCR is valid throughout Europe. The SCR system is less sensitive to lower quality diesel than other methods to meet Euro 4, Euro 5 and Euro 6 guidelines.
- The SCR system requires rare maintenance, it can be used for the life of the vehicle.
- SCR technology does not affect the maintenance and oil change intervals of the vehicle in which it is installed.
- SCR is suitable for high engine power. Unlike alternative systems, the engine’s lubrication or cooling system does not need to be supplemented.
- Among the systems compatible with Euro 4, Euro 5 and Euro 6, SCR is the least fuel consuming.
SCR is valid throughout Europe. The SCR system is less sensitive to lower quality diesel than other methods to meet the Euro 4, Euro 5 and Euro 6 directives.
SCR system requires rare maintenance, can be used throughout the life of the vehicle.
SCR technology does not affect the maintenance and oil replacement intervals of the vehicle to which it is mounted.
SCR is suitable for high engine power. Unlike alternative systems, there is no need to reinforce the engine’s lubrication or cooling system.
SCR is the least fuel consuming system compatible with Euro 4, Euro 5 and Euro 6.