Reduce the harmfulness of fumes thanks to AdBlue solution.

What is AdBlue?

AdBlue is a liquid product used in order to reduce the harmfulness of exhaust fumes of the engines with compression ignition so that they are compliant with EURO-5 standard.

How does it work?

From the chemical point of view, AdBlue is a high-quality, remarkably clear solution of urea (32.5 percent urea and 67.5 percent), dedicated to cars fitted with Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR), a system of purifying exhaust gas. AdBlue is refueled to a dedicated container from which it is dispensed to the SCR catalyst.  High temperature inside the catalyst transforms urea to ammonia and carbon dioxide. Then, a chemical reaction between ammonia and harmful nitrogen oxides, which are the products of burning of the diesel, takes place. There are two harmless products of the reaction: steam and volatile nitrogen. AdBlue is necessary to comply with EURO-5 standard concerning purity of fumes, taking effect since September 1, 2009.  

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