Unique Kemetyl spill-free AdBlue solution


AdBlue, also known as diesel exhaust fluid, is a water solution made from technically pure urea and demineralised water. It is non-toxic and colourless. Our AdBlue meets ISO 22241, to meet this standard, AdBlue must be of a high quality and purity, and it is important that only products meeting this standard are used in your vehicles.

Unique Kemetyl spill-free AdBlue solution
Unique to the markets, and fitting all AdBlue vehicles, our quick and clean, spill free, refilling solution offers 100% spill-free AdBlue refuelling, with our award winning, patented dispensers. These include overfill protection, and are impossible to spill when the dispenser is not attached to the AdBlue tank.

How does AdBlue® work
Most modern diesel engines in passenger cars and lorries are equipped with so called SCR technology. SCR stands for selective catalytic reduction and is a chemical process that breaks down harmful substances like exhaust fumes by mixing them with AdBlue®, for example. AdBlue® converts toxic gasses into harmless nitrogen and steam. It also reduces fuel consumption by 3-5% by making the engine more efficient.

Consumption 1.5 litres per 1.000 kilometres
AdBlue® is a solution that helps drivers meet the increasingly strict emission requirements. That’s why major car and lorry manufacturers are applying SCR technology to the latest generation of diesel engines. AdBlue® helps to further reduce emissions. As the requirements become stricter each year, more AdBlue® is required each year as well.

On average passenger cars carry a 15-20 litres AdBlue tank and consume nearly 1.5 litres of AdBlue per every 1.000 kilometres during Real Drive Emissions (RDE) step 1 which ends at the end of 2019. Per 2020 the AdBlue consumption goes up to 2 litres of AdBlue per every 1.000 kilometres. This is during RDE step 2.

No AdBlue® = no go
Because modern diesel engines need AdBlue® to adhere to the emission requirements, AdBlue® is required for every ride. Without it, your car will emit a high concentration of harmful gasses, which is bad for the environment. In short: if the AdBlue® tank is empty, your car won’t start. So please make sure you always have a back-up package of AdBlue® in your vehicle.

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