AdBlue near you

Where can I buy AdBlue

AdBlue is widely available in 5, 10 and 20 L cans, 200 L drums and 1,000 L intermediate bulk containers (IBCs), or through dispensing systems designed for AdBlue. Most truck stops already sell cans of AdBlue or AdBlue in bulk. Europe also has a very extensive network of distributors and commercial suppliers of AdBlue. Look … Continued

Is AdBlue Hazardous?

No, Adblue® is not a hazardous substance. It has no known significant effects or critical hazards. AdBlue® is a highly purified colourless liquid. It contains demineralized water and urea (32.5%). The raw material, urea, even occurs naturally in our digestive system. However, we strongly dissuade you to ingest AdBlue® or inhale it’s vapours, due to the risk … Continued

What do I do when I have accidentally put diesel in AdBlue tank?

If you find that you have accidentally put diesel in your AdBlue tank then Do not start your engine! Diesel contaminates the AdBlue® and any contamination may cause costly damage to your SCR-system. It is best to contact your vehicle manufacturer to prevent any damage to your car. You may have to replace certain AdBlue® … Continued

What happens if my car runs out of AdBlue?

Your car will warn you when the range for the AdBlue® tank is 2400 km. What happens after the 2400 km warning is different for each brand, so please check your owner’s manual to find out what applies to your vehicle. For example, a Opel Zafira Tourer will warn you at a range of 2400 … Continued

Can I fill my tank up with an AdBlue pump at the gas station?

No, unfortunately filling your car up with an AdBlue® pump is not possible yet. The pumps of AdBlue® at gas stations are available for trucks only and are not suited for filling up cars. We are now developing solutions to meet this new demand, and we will be pleased to inform you once this is ready … Continued

Why do I need AdBlue in my car?

Your vehicle needs AdBlue® to reduce NOₓ emission. Due to the stricter emission legislation, diesel engines need to have cleaner exhaust gases. NOₓ is one of the emissions that causes acid rain. To meet the Euro 6 standards for diesel engine emission the use of Selective Catalyst Reduction-technology (and thus AdBlue®) is required. The Euro … Continued

How do I recognise the AdBlue tank?

You can recognise your AdBlue® tank by its blue cap or an AdBlue® label, but it is a totally separate tank. The filling point is often fitted near your diesel cap. Some passenger cars have an AdBlue® tank in the boot or in the engine bay. The opening for your AdBlue® tank is narrower than … Continued