What is AdBlue and Where can you buy it?

AdBlue is a high quality urea solution that is very easy to use. AdBlue is the registered trademark for AUS32. AdBlue is used with the selective catalytic reduction system (SCR) to reduce emissions of UK diesel vehicles. Since 2005 legislation means you need to use a SCR system for heavy good vehicles. AdBlue cleanses and reduces harmful emissions before they enter the atmosphere. It converts harmful Nitrous Oxide from your diesel into harmless nitrogen and steam.

AdBlue is made up of a 32.5% solution of high purity urea in de-mineralized water that is clear, non-toxic and safe to handle. It is non explosive, Non flammable nor is it harmful to the environment. This means that AdBlue doesn’t need specialist storage conditions. You will however need to have a dedicated tank within your heavy-duty vehicle to store the solution separate to your diesel. You should also threat it like you would do diesel and top it up as and when it needs replenishing.

Where can I order AdBlue?

Adblue can be ordered in small quantities from lots of different websites and oil companies. However if you use it frequently enough to need larger volumes such as a 210 litre drum or 1000 litre IBC then buying from a growing oil company like Ingoe Oils will give you the best value for money. At Ingoe Oils we can supply AdBlue in volumes from 20 to 1000 litres and we can do this at a cost effective price because we have lots of connections with larger suppliers. Ingoe Oils specialises in supplying large haulage and transport companies with large frequent diesel drops. this means that Ingoe Oils understands the importance of AdBlue and has developed an efficient delivery system so that customers never are left without.

How much AdBlue do I need?

The rule to use is 5% of your diesel use. So for every 100 litres of diesel you use 5 litres if AdBlue is needed. This is why cost effective supply and delivery is becoming more and more important to large companies that rely on thousands of litres of diesel to keep their company running.

How should I store AdBlue?

AdBlue should be stored in its own tank or container and can be stored for up to one year. It is advised that you keep the product away from direct sunlight. You should also protect the product from being too warm or cold. The freezing point of is -11 degrees so is unlikely to be a problem in the UK. Adbule should also maintain its properties even if it is frozen. The only thing you will be required to do is defrost the product before use.

Next time you need AdBlue give Ingoe Oils a call and find out why we specialise in supplying businesses fuel, AdBlue and lubricants all year round.