AdBlue® from Kemetyl
AdBlue® is a high-purity, non-toxic, odourless, and colourless solution of urea (32.5%) and water (67.5%). AdBlue® reduces harmful emission of nitrogen oxide (NOx) produced by diesel vehicles by up to 80% and helps to meet strict exhaust emissions requirements.
Designed for diesel engine cars equipped with selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology.
Product meets all the requirements of the ISO standard, including ISO 22241-4. It has the licence of VDA (Verband der Automobilindustrie).
AdBlue® is a response to global threats related to environmental pollution.
Thanks to the properties of AdBlue® our air becomes cleaner.
Kemetyl was awarded by the global organization WPO with the Packaging Awards for the implementation of the unique AdBlue® dosing valve. 1.5 litre and 3.5 litre bottles are already equipped with this unique dosing system which allows drivers of passenger cars to safely top up AdBlue® without the risk of spilling. Both containers are equipped with sealed and child-resistant caps to avoid accidental opening and start/stop button to ensure precise dosing.
The other AdBlue® containers are equipped with a funnel integrated with the packaging (4.7L, 10L, 20L).
Out of concern for the environment, a new refill pack AdBlue® – 4.7 pouch was produced. It contains 49% less plastic than a standard bottle this size.
Depending on the year of manufacture of the vehicle, it must meet subsequent standards limiting emission of harmful gases in exhaust fumes. Euro 6 is an EU standard introduced in September 2015 and introduces the obligation to equip diesel cars with AdBlue® technology.
Euro 6 requires a reduction of nitrogen oxide (NOx) emission by more than a half (0.18kg /km with Euro 5 while with Euro 6 – 0.08kg/km).
Stricter RDE standards (short for Real Driving Emission), i.e. the real road emission test – have been in force since autumn 2017. This means that new vehicles will not be tested only in laboratories, but they will also have to pass a test in road conditions, on roads in urban and rural areas as well as on highways.