How does AdBlue work?
AdBlue is stored in a separate tank on the truck and is
sprayed in metered doses into the exhaust stream of the vehicle. AdBlue reacts
with the exhaust gases from the engine and helps to convert oxides of nitrogen
emissions into harmless gas and water vapour.
Why would I use AdBlue?
The Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR)
technology with AdBlue® is one technology adopted by truck manufacturers to
help meet the latest European legislation on diesel engine emissions.
If your vehicle is equipped with SCR
technology your vehicle will require the use of Diesel Exhaust Fluid such as
AdBlue® to be operational.
Where can I buy it?
AdBlue at the pump and packaged AdBlue are available at selected Shell Coles Express sites.
To find your nearest AdBlue at the pump and packaged AdBlue site - Please click here.
AdBlue is a registered trademark of Verband der Automobilindustrie e.V. (VDA).
AdBlue is clear, non-toxic, non-explosive and non-flammable and, if stored and handled in the correct manner, is safe to handle and should not cause harm to the environment.