In recent times, the surging cost of Adblue, a urea-based solution crucial for reducing emissions in heavy-duty vehicles, has become a significant concern for the owners and operators of trucks, combines, tractors, and other heavy machinery. The increasing price of Adblue has contributed significantly to the operational expenses of these vehicles, prompting the need for innovative solutions to reduce Adblue consumption. In response to this challenge, our team has dedicated years to developing and testing a range of solutions aimed at minimizing the amount of Adblue injected into the exhaust system, thereby offering a cost-effective alternative for operators.
Because AdBlue serves as an exhaust additive, it is consumed at a significantly slower pace compared to your fuel, resulting in a longer lifespan than the diesel in your tank. A practical rule of thumb is to use approximately 5% AdBlue in relation to the diesel fuel.
For reference, the table below provides an overview of AdBlue fluid consumption expectations based on different vehicle sizes with varying weekly diesel consumption rates. This resource is designed to assist you in estimating the duration for which your AdBlue fluid will endure.
From this summary table, it can be seen that the consumption of AdBlue in heavy-duty vehicles is very high. By reprogramming the control unit and making changes to the maps associated with AdBlue injection through software adjustments, it is possible to reduce the costs of AdBlue refilling.
The rising cost of Adblue has led to a considerable hike in the operational expenses of heavy-duty vehicles globally. As Adblue is a crucial component in reducing nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions from the exhaust, its high price has become a significant economic burden for fleet managers and individual vehicle owners alike.
Development and Testing:
Over the course of several years, our team has diligently worked on devising practical solutions to address the issue of escalating Adblue costs. Extensive research and testing have resulted in a range of solutions tailored to reduce the quantity of Adblue injected during the exhaust treatment process. This, in turn, promises a substantial reduction in Adblue-related expenditures without compromising compliance with emission standards.
Recognizing that complete removal of the Adblue system is prohibited in many countries due to regulatory requirements, our team has focused on developing partial reduction solutions. These solutions offer customizable adjustments to Adblue injection rates, allowing operators to tailor the reduction from 10% to 90%, depending on their specific needs. This flexibility ensures that the system can be adapted to various heavy-duty vehicles, including but not limited to Volvo, Renault, Mercedes, Man, Scania, Iveco, tractors of all brands with all ECU’s like EMS TRW2.3/2.4, Bosch EDC17cv41, EDC17cv52, EDC17CV42, Bosch MD1CE100, EMS S8, EMD, EMS10 and more.
Cost Savings: By reducing Adblue consumption, our solution directly contributes to lowering operational costs associated with heavy-duty vehicles.
Compliance: Our partial reduction solution ensures that vehicles remain compliant with emission standards, even as Adblue consumption is decreased.
Compatibility: The developed solution is applicable to a wide range of heavy-duty vehicles, offering a comprehensive approach to address the issue across various brands and models.
Price on AdBlue reduction consumption is same like full AdBlue removal, so you can create order and just for selection reduction of AdBlue option please use "Adblue removal" option and in description write your requirement that you want "AdBlue reduction"
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