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  • 02

    Dec

    What Is AUS40?

    EverBlue Chemicals prides itself on providing high quality AdBlue® to many industries. Our Marine Urea (AUS40) SCR Catalyst is currently used by many different off shore fleets in Selective Catalytic Reduction  (SCR) systems. Marine Urea (AUS40), also Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF), is an aqueous urea solution produced with high purity urea and deionised water. This catalyst is used in the SC...
  • 24

    Nov

    Refill the DEF tanks

    From 2013, trucks and diesel engine cars have been created to allow users to refill their own DEF tanks. As a result, a number of truck stops and gas stations have begun offering a DEF pump next to the diesel fuel pump. You may even purchase small quantities—or order large containers for commercial use—to keep at home. Although safe to handle and non-toxic, AdBlue® can eat through some metals....
  • 24

    Nov

    Need Personal Protective Equipment when Handling AdBlue®?

    AdBlue® is non-flammable and non-explosive. It is classified as a transportable fluid with minimal risk. If you ever spill AdBlue® on your hands, simply wash them thoroughly with water. Gloves can be worn if you have sensitive skin to avoid any risk of irritation. However, you should wear protective clothing if you are handling large quantities of AdBlue® with the risk of a spill. Do n...
  • 11

    Oct

    Introduction of Exhaust Solution System

    - Functions of Exhaust Solution System  1. To ensure the best performance of the engine , combustion exhaust gas delivered to the engine safely at the same time ; 2. Reduce exhaust noise generated by the engine to meet the requirements of regulations and customers ; 3. Reduce or eliminate the pollutants generated by engine combustion in order to meet regulations and customer requirement . - T...
  • 30

    Sep

    The Issue of Poor Quality AdBlue®

    A potential problem facing the consumers of AdBlue® is the issue of dilution. By definition, Diesel Exhaust Fluid or AdBlue®, is comprised of 32.5% urea and 67.5% deionised water. However, in order to obtain a greater mark up when selling AdBlue®, there may add more water, and consequently diluting the AdBlue®. Ensuring that you are not buying diluted fluid is important – a weakene...
  • 28

    Aug

    Containers for AdBlue® Storage

    If buying packaged AdBlue® many suppliers will deliver it in sealed packs, which should be properly resealed when it is not being used.   It can be supplied in blue drums or bulk IBC containers, and the size of the container depends on the usage amount. The more diesel vehicles with SCR system you have and the more hours they work, the more AdBlue® you will need.   If usage is mi...
  • 28

    Aug

    Selection of Storage Area for AdBlue®

    All bulk tanks should be bought from a reputable AdBlue® storage supplier and bunded to catch leaks or spills from the primary container while it is in use.   AdBlue® dispensing equipment should be sited on an appropriately designed flat base with an impermeable surface and should ideally be isolated from the surface water drainage system.   It should also be protected from impac...
  • 09

    Sep

    Why SCR Technology is more Suitable for China

    With the increase of air pollution, especially haze weather, the tolerance of society to air pollution has reached its limit. Through long-term scientific investigation of the sources of air pollutants, it is found that the contribution rate of automobile exhaust to air pollution is more than 50%. Our diesel vehicles are still growing year by year, so the emission reduction of diesel vehicles is t...
  • 09

    Sep

    The Difference of SCR technology and EGR+DPF​

    At present, two technical solutions are adopted to solve the problem of diesel exhaust emissions. One is SCR technology , another is EGR+DPF. Principle of EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation): The technology introduces engine exhaust gas into the intake pipe to reduces the oxygen concentration entering the cylinder and controls the combustion speed as well as lowers the combustion t...
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