As a distributor of AdBlue, manufactured by CleanAir, Barton Petroleum can meet the AdBlue requirements of your business. Please get in touch with your local depot for more information.
AdBlue is the registered trademark for AUS32, or Aqueous Urea Solution 32.5% that is used with the Selective Catalytic Reduction system (SCR) to reduce emissions of oxides of nitrogen from the exhaust of UK diesel vehicles.
What Is AdBlue?
AdBlue is a clear, colourless 32.5% Aqueous Urea Solution used as a fluid in the latest generation of diesel-powered Euro4 & Euro5 Trucks.
AdBlue must comply with the ISO22241 specification.
How does AdBlue work?
AdBlue is stored in a separate tank on the vehicle. It is precisely metered into the hot exhaust manifold where the urea solution breaks-down into Ammonia and reacts with exhaust gasses in the presence of a catalytic converter.
The oxides of nitrogen formed at combustion are converted into harmless elementary nitrogen and water. This method is called Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR). It is a common misconception that AdBlue is a fuel additive.
Why do I need to use AdBlue?
All trucks & buses registered after October 2006 must be EURO4 or EURO5 compliant and most will require AdBlue.
In which forms will CleanAir AdBlue be available?
Large users can purchase AdBlue in bulk from 2500-36000 litres.
Smaller users can choose from a variety of pack sizes 1000 litre IBCs, 200 litre drums, 18 litre cans and 10 litre cans.
Barton Petroleum have all the above pack sizes in stock. Bulk deliveries can be arranged.
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