AdBlue – what is it and what is it used for?

AdBlue is the trade name for a high-purity diesel exhaust fluid – a 32.5% aqueous urea solution. It is a registered trademark owned by the Verband der Automobilindustrie. The fluid is used by the SCR system in the catalytic converter to clean the exhaust gas of nitrogen oxides (NOx).

This fluid produced in accordance with ISO 22241 is not a substance classified as hazardous or dangerous to the environment. Liquid is also not flammable, explosive, or harmful to health. The consumption of AdBlue is equivalent to about 4-5% of the amount of diesel fuel used, depending on the type of engine (meeting Euro IV, Euro V or Euro VI standards).

Poland’s Azoty Group produces a 32.5% urea solution under its own brand “NOXy.”

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