What is an Adblue?
AdBlue is a non-toxic liquid that’s colorless in appearance and is essentially a solution of water and urea – a substance found in urine.
However, in AdBlue, the urea is exceptionally pure and is of a higher grade than that used in cosmetics, glue, or fertilizers. Similarly, the water is demineralized, which is far cleaner than water from the tap.
Adblue Suppliers In South Africa
AirNox is a South African-based popular supplier of AdBlue®, a diesel exhaust fluid helpful in reducing the harmful emissions released by modern diesel vehicles.
Who is the distributor of AdBlue?
Brenntag is the largest worldwide distributor of AdBlue®, a high-purity 32.5% aqueous urea solution that is directly injected into the exhaust gas, where it reduces nitrous oxide emissions.
What does AdBlue cost in South Africa?
Current Price: R415.
Adblue is used in diesel cars to reduce emissions by up to 80%, and if your Adblue tank is empty, your car won’t start, so its best to plan ahead.
Which cars use AdBlue in South Africa?
The launch of Redex AdBlue® is perfectly timed with the increase of Euro 6-compliant diesel vehicles from Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Land Rover, and many more, on South Africa’s roads. Redex AdBlue® is a diesel exhaust fluid that is used to reduce harmful nitrogen oxide emissions by up to 80%.
Does South Africa use AdBlue?
“The MAN diesel engines now in use will be even cleaner and more economical than ever before, and AdBlue – used with our 5 and 6 engines in South Africa – is central to this ‘cleaner diesel’,” Mulaudzi expands.
How long does 1 Litre of AdBlue last?
A general rule of thumb though is that 1 litre of AdBlue is used up every 600 miles. It’s also important to know that the tank size of AdBlue reservoirs varies on cars. This means that most drivers will need to top up every 3,000 to 12,000 miles – depending on the size of this tank.