Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) by CBluO - FAQ
How does SCR (selective catalytic reduction) work?
- What the heck is SCR?
- What is DEF made of?
- How do I handle this stuff?
- Common misconceptions
Keep reading and all these pressing questions and more will be answered shortly.
What the heck is SCR?
The US EPA mandated that by Jan 2010 the NOx levels emitted from diesel engines must be reduced to near zero levels. Due to our close economic ties, Canadian policies closely mirror the Americans.
Since the late 90's engine manufacturers have been required to meet a series of emission benchmarks. These benchmarks are commonly known as Tier I, II, III, Intern Tier IV and Tier IV Final.
Each "tier" has required new technology's to be invented and implemented. Various methods of NOx and particulate reduction have included recycling of exhaust (EGR), particulate filters (DPF), engine timing and temperature, and of course SCR.
Simply put, SCR is the method by which DEF is mixed with exhaust to convert NOx into the common atmospheric gases; nitrogen and water vapour.
What is Diesel Exhaust Fluid or DEF made of?
All diesel exhaust fluid, no matter what brand, consists of water and urea.
CBluO diesel exhaust fluid is no different then any other API certified DEF on the market today. The real difference with CBluO DEF is the customer service that we strive to provide.
Diesel Exhaust Fluid is a high purity automotive grade solution containing 32.5% urea and 67.5% de-ionized water used as a reductant in the selective catalytic reduction control systems.
Automotive grade urea is a non-hazardous and nontoxic nitrogen-based compound used in a wide range of applications from fertilizers, skin creams and pharmaceuticals.
Each batch of CBluO DEF is quality control tested and routine samples are third party tested.
How do I handle this stuff?
CBluO DEF is packaged and delivered in a variety of easy to handle ways. From refillable 1040L totes, easy to handle 10L jugs even bulk deliveries up to 27000 litres at a time CBluO DEF gets to our customers when and how they need it.
More questions? Feel free to contact any one of us at CBluO for more information.
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