FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  • AdBlue is a special non-toxic synthetic urea solution used to chemically reduce the NOx emissions of diesel-fueled heavy-duty vehicles.

  • ADBLUE consumption amounts of each vehicle are different. But in large commercial vehicles, this ratio is up to 6% of fuel burned. For example, When the vehicle consumes 100 liters of engine, it consumes about 5-6 liters of AdBlue.

  • If the AdBlue tank is empty, this will result in exceeding the permitted emission levels and the catalyst will be damaged in a short time. The vehicle is reduced from traction by limiting the engine power and does not return to normal until the AdBlue supplement is made.

  • The product is partially alkaline with a value of about 9.0 pH and therefore should not be directly contacted by aluminium, brass and soft steel.

    Stainless Steel and plastic tanks and fittings are recommended in accordance with AUS32.

    It is partially alkaline with a pH of about 9.0 and can cause irritation to the skin for a long time. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water. Methods for cleaning up are to collect mechanically and to dispose of in appropriate containers. Dispose of in accordance with local and national regulations.

    The best way to remove crystallization or spillage is to wash it with water. When rinsing with water, be sure to close thoroughly to prevent any contamination of the solution.

    If AdBlue is poured on the automotive paint, clean the surface with water and allow the paint to be cleaned. If AdBlue dries and crystallizes on the paint, surface corrosion may occur.

    Do not spill into the environment and into drains.

  • AdBlue is a special non-toxic synthetic urea solution used to chemically reduce the NOx emissions of diesel-fueled heavy-duty vehicles.

  • ADBLUE consumption amounts of each vehicle are different. But in large commercial vehicles, this ratio is up to 6% of fuel burned. For example, When the vehicle consumes 100 liters of engine, it consumes about 5-6 liters of AdBlue.

  • If the AdBlue tank is empty, this will result in exceeding the permitted emission levels and the catalyst will be damaged in a short time. The vehicle is reduced from traction by limiting the engine power and does not return to normal until the AdBlue supplement is made.

  • The product is partially alkaline with a value of about 9.0 pH and therefore should not be directly contacted by aluminium, brass and soft steel.

    Stainless Steel and plastic tanks and fittings are recommended in accordance with AUS32.

    It is partially alkaline with a pH of about 9.0 and can cause irritation to the skin for a long time. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water. Methods for cleaning up are to collect mechanically and to dispose of in appropriate containers. Dispose of in accordance with local and national regulations.

    The best way to remove crystallization or spillage is to wash it with water. When rinsing with water, be sure to close thoroughly to prevent any contamination of the solution.

    If AdBlue is poured on the automotive paint, clean the surface with water and allow the paint to be cleaned. If AdBlue dries and crystallizes on the paint, surface corrosion may occur.

    Do not spill into the environment and into drains.