AdBlue Production

AdBlue is a crucial component of diesel vehicle exhaust systems, mitigating environmental and health impacts by reducing nitrogen oxide (NOx) levels in exhaust gas.

AdBlue is produced by blending urea with concentrated phosphoric acid and adding water to create an aqueous solution. This liquid is then stored in a pressurized tank until required as an additive in diesel fuel.

We specialize in providing process solutions, storage tanks for AdBlue production, and ancillary equipment such as pumps and filter units essential for your AdBlue installation.

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How to Produce AdBlue?

AdBlue, an eco-friendly solution for reducing nitrogen oxide emissions from diesel engine vehicle exhaust, is a mixture of 32.5% high-purity urea and 67.5% demineralized water. This blend is utilized in vehicles equipped with Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology, pivotal in converting NOx gases into harmless nitrogen gas and water vapor.

Urea, derived from the chemical synthesis of ammonia and carbon dioxide, undergoes a different quality standard for AdBlue production than fertilizer production. During AdBlue production, the urea solution is diluted with treated and purified demineralized water. Maintaining product quality and preventing contamination necessitates using high-purity water in line with the ISO 22241 standard.

AdBlue production is an industrial process conducted under stringent quality control measures. This ensures the product's physical and chemical properties adhere to specific standards. AdBlue, governed by the ISO 22241 standard, guarantees product quality throughout all stages, from production to delivery.

Regulated by the European Union and VDA, AdBlue production undergoes inspections to ensure compliance with international standards. Classified as a minimum-risk substance in public transport liquids, AdBlue is environmentally benign, non-explosive, non-flammable, and harmless to human health.

Consequently, AdBlue production significantly reduces air pollution by enabling cleaner operation of diesel engine vehicles, aligning with an environmentally friendly approach. This solution, beneficial for vehicle owners and the environment, will continue to play a pivotal role in diesel engine technology.

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