AdBlue Fuel Additive
AdBlue helps businesses meet EU emissions standards for heavy duty diesel engines. Supplied by Mitchell & Webber
What is AdBlue?
The parliament of the European Union has issued stricter emission standards (EURO 4 in 2005, EURO 5 in 2008)
for heavy-duty diesel engines (> 3,5 t, > 85 kW).
AdBlue is the trade name for an aqueous solution of urea. This reducing agent converts harmful nitrogen oxides into innocuous nitrogen and water. Since AdBlue is corrosive, certain materials are required for its handling and storage. Recommendations for these materials have been made by CEFIC (European Chemical Industry Council) according to DIN 70 070.
What is SCR technology?
To meet new emission standards, the automobile industry has decided to introduce SCR technology for diesel powered heavy goods vehicles. SCR is the abbreviation for Selective Catalytic Reduction and means simply the catalytic conversion of harmful exhaust gases into naturally occurring substances.
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AdBlue Storage Solutions
Titan provides a large range of storage solutions for AdBlue.
Highly professional forecourt storage systems, steel tanks, mini bulk containers and a range of easy to handle above ground BlueMaster® tanks provide solutions to all customer groups and their requirements.
Titan have long and proven expertise with storage systems for oil, diesel and other chemical solutions. The chemical characteristics of AdBlue require special storage and handling equipment and the highest material demands in tank design and construction. All materials have been tested and certified to ISO and CEFIC standards. Our customers can rely on products that fulfil their highest demands of quality, stability and longevity.
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