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CleanAirBlue Gravity Fed CleanAirBlue 1000L Adblue IBC Gravity Fed CleanAirBlue 1000L Adblue IBC

CleanAirBlue Adblue 1000L Gravity Fed IBC

CleanAirBlue® is manufactured and distributed by the Banner Group, a British company established in 1860. Banner Chemicals bring all 150 years of experience in chemical manufacture and distribution to their AdBlue® product range, which exceed the exact and demanding ISO Standards with ease. All CleanAirBlue® products are ISO 22241 certified – A guarantee of quality and compatibility with your vehicle.

What is ISO 22241 and Why Does It Matter?

The International Organisation for Standardization (ISO) is an international body that sets production standards across the world, to ensure that products are safe, reliable and of good quality. AdBlue is regulated by the ISO22241 standards, which includes, but not limited to –

  • The quality of the manufacturing process
  • The precise quantities of urea and water in the soloution
  • The branding, packaging and presentation of the product

The care taken in the manufacturing process and precise ratios of ingredients are incredibly important – AdBlue systems in your vehicle are very sensitive and can easily be damaged by contaminated or incorrectly proportioned AdBlue®. Whilst packaging, branding and presentation of the product may not sound important, it’s indicative of due care and attention being paid to the quality of the product, that’s reflected in consumer confidence.

Currently, AdBlue® is a 32.5% solution of urea in deionised water and is required by many diesel vehicles operating on Europe's roads. AdBlue® is essential for the correct operation of an advanced pollution control technology installed in the exhaust system called Selective Catalytic Reduction or SCR. Unlike diesel, AdBlue® is a clear, non-toxic liquid that is safe to handle and does not damage the environment. AdBlue® is not a fuel or fuel additive.

The quality of AdBlue® (urea AUS 32) is important for its use in vehicles, which is therefore regulated in the ISO standards 22241-1 to 4. These standards have to be observed by all licensees of the VDA. Those manufacturers of urea, which are interested in a license from VDA, have to undergo a quality audit performed by VDA-QMC at their production site at regarding the distribution system.

AdBlue® is a registered trademark of the VDA (Verband der Automobilindustrie) and is licensed especially to car manufacturers, suppliers, and companies of the chemical and mineral oil industry. The trademark AdBlue® is applicable to vehicles, car-parts, in car-manuals, and for urea AUS 32.

VDA offers further information on its website www.vda.de under the theme AdBlue with an actual list of licensees and the AdBlue-newsletter.

Further information especially about licensing conditions can be obtained from the VDA-legal department (Dr. Ralf Scheibach, e-mail scheibach@vda.de, Tel. +49 30 897842-260).

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Gravity Fed CleanAirBlue 1000L Adblue IBC

Gravity Fed CleanAirBlue 1000L Adblue IBC

Product Specification

Code: UB-CA-ADBLUE-IBC-GF

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Gravity Fed CleanAirBlue 1000L Adblue IBC:

Features

ISO Certification:
ISO22241
Volume:
1000 Litres
£379.99 inc VAT
(£316.66 ex VAT)

Product Information

CleanAirBlue Adblue 1000L Gravity Fed IBC

CleanAirBlue® is manufactured and distributed by the Banner Group, a British company established in 1860. Banner Chemicals bring all 150 years of experience in chemical manufacture and distribution to their AdBlue® product range, which exceed the exact and demanding ISO Standards with ease. All CleanAirBlue® products are ISO 22241 certified – A guarantee of quality and compatibility with your vehicle.

What is ISO 22241 and Why Does It Matter?

The International Organisation for Standardization (ISO) is an international body that sets production standards across the world, to ensure that products are safe, reliable and of good quality. AdBlue is regulated by the ISO22241 standards, which includes, but not limited to –

  • The quality of the manufacturing process
  • The precise quantities of urea and water in the soloution
  • The branding, packaging and presentation of the product

The care taken in the manufacturing process and precise ratios of ingredients are incredibly important – AdBlue systems in your vehicle are very sensitive and can easily be damaged by contaminated or incorrectly proportioned AdBlue®. Whilst packaging, branding and presentation of the product may not sound important, it’s indicative of due care and attention being paid to the quality of the product, that’s reflected in consumer confidence.

Currently, AdBlue® is a 32.5% solution of urea in deionised water and is required by many diesel vehicles operating on Europe's roads. AdBlue® is essential for the correct operation of an advanced pollution control technology installed in the exhaust system called Selective Catalytic Reduction or SCR. Unlike diesel, AdBlue® is a clear, non-toxic liquid that is safe to handle and does not damage the environment. AdBlue® is not a fuel or fuel additive.

The quality of AdBlue® (urea AUS 32) is important for its use in vehicles, which is therefore regulated in the ISO standards 22241-1 to 4. These standards have to be observed by all licensees of the VDA. Those manufacturers of urea, which are interested in a license from VDA, have to undergo a quality audit performed by VDA-QMC at their production site at regarding the distribution system.

AdBlue® is a registered trademark of the VDA (Verband der Automobilindustrie) and is licensed especially to car manufacturers, suppliers, and companies of the chemical and mineral oil industry. The trademark AdBlue® is applicable to vehicles, car-parts, in car-manuals, and for urea AUS 32.

VDA offers further information on its website www.vda.de under the theme AdBlue with an actual list of licensees and the AdBlue-newsletter.

Further information especially about licensing conditions can be obtained from the VDA-legal department (Dr. Ralf Scheibach, e-mail scheibach@vda.de, Tel. +49 30 897842-260).

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