With vehicle manufacturers having to comply with increasingly stringent emissions targets (e.g. Euro 6 emissions regulations) AdBlue is vital to minimising the harmful nitrogen-oxide emissions of diesel vehicles.
How AdBlue works
Utilising 'Selective Catalytic Reduction' (SCR) technology, tiny quantities of AdBlue, a non-toxic mix of urea and de-ionised water, are injected into the vehicle’s exhaust gases to produce a chemical reaction that neutralises harmful emissions.
Who needs AdBlue?
Anyone with a Diesel Euro 6 vehicle will need to use AdBlue. Vehicles that use it have a separate AdBlue tank that’s accessed either in the boot or beside the fuel filler flap.
A warning on the dashboard flashes well in advance when the Adblue level is running low. If you allow the vehicle to run out of AdBlue the engine will not restart.
Why Quantum AdBlue is the right choice
Produced in the UK, Quantum AdBlue conforms to the DIN 70070 and ISO 22241 standard and is suitable for all makes of Euro 6 vehicles. It’s ultra-filtered at several stages in its production resulting in it being of the very highest quality, ensuring every drop is as excellent as the first. AdBlue must meet these stringent regulations to carry the AdBlue trademark. Only ever use AdBlue that has this trademark to avoid egine shutdown.
Quick and easy
Quantum AdBlue’s 5L and 10L bottles have a fluted nozzle developed specifically to allow air to vent from the vehicle’s filling line, speeding up the pouring process. They also have a volume indicator on the side for ease of use.