Adblue is a liquid-like material made up of urea and purified water. The purpose of adblue is to clean the exhausted gases to avoid them from entering into the atmosphere. It cleanses the gases and reduces the harmful contents and emissions just by injecting it into exhaust gases. This fluid, when inserted in the harmful nitrogen oxide gases, produces water and nitrogen that is harmless to the environment.
Adblue is utilised in the process of pollution control technology present in the exhaust systems. SCR or Selective Catalytic Reduction process uses AdBlue to reduce pollution and emission of harmful gases.
The latest diesel vehicles such as bus, trucks and other diesel-consuming cars use AdBlue.
These vehicles need timely maintenance and avoiding these maintenance services could lead to serious car problems.