As responsible, environmentally-conscious citizens, using Ad Blue in St Helens can help reduce harmful emissions from your diesel vehicle exhaust. At Wipe X, we supply top-quality automotive consumables and other cleaning products that ensure your health and safety too. Ad Blue converts toxic mono-nitrogen oxides that are emitted during diesel combustion in your vehicle engines into harmless nitrogen and steam. Mono-nitrogen oxides are a leading cause of atmospheric pollution. They cause smog in urban areas, leading to aggravation of asthma in people exposed to them, according to WHO studies. Most countries have adopted various policies regarding vehicular pollution, leading to a drastic reduction in air pollution. Products like Ad Blue have contributed significantly to this.
It is made from a high purity urea solution. High quality urea is blended with processed demineralised water. In St Helens, Ad Blue and other similar products are available using this formulation. It is very easy to use and harmless. It’s not a fuel or fuel additive, but it must be stored in a dedicated tank in the vehicle, and refilled whenever required. It’s non-flammable and non-explosive, so it can be transported in your vehicle without any risk. However, it’s important to purchase it from a reliable and reputed source. Your vehicle’s SCR systems are extremely sensitive to chemical impurities. If you purchase low-grade products or mixing fluid, it can seriously damage your SCR catalyst.
New diesel cars are increasingly using Ad Blue in St Helens in their engines to reduce emissions and stay compliant with pollution control regulations. If you would like to find out more about Ad Blue, contact Wipe X. We also supply nozzles, pumps both electrical and gravity fed. Additionally, we can supply Ad Blue in quantities according to your needs and requirements, ranging from 5 to 1000 litres. In general, the average consumption of Ad Blue is about 5% of diesel, so you can assume a consumption of about 5 litres of Ad Blue to every 100 litres of diesel. It can be stored for about one year if kept out of direct sunlight and at moderate temperatures.