The price for AdBlue® from Kemetyl varies according to the quantity ordered and the pack size required. You can order a 1.5 ltr bottle from us with the benefits of our unique Non Spill Technology for as little as £6.99
We strongly advise that you don’t. Emulators are designed to “trick” the engine management system of your car into thinking that AdBlue® is being used. Using an emulator could damage the sophisticated catalytic convertor in the exhaust systems of your car or van which is designed to run with AdBlue®. Plus if AdBlue® isn’t used then the emissions of your car or van will likely be much higher than the legal limits allowed.
AdBlue® is a clear, pure liquid – AdBlue® is a solution of synthetic urea and demineralised water and an addition of a dye could well compromise the purity of the product. AdBlue® is a registered trademark owned by the VDA and does not describe the colour of the liquid.
Depending on your vehicle, if you run out of AdBlue® when you are driving then you car/van will probably go into “limp” home mode - i.e. the power of your vehicle may be affected. Once the engine has been switched off, your car/van will not restart until the AdBlue® tank is refilled to a sufficient level.
AdBlue® has been used in trucks for many years. New legislation relating to the maximum levels of emissions allowed for diesel vehicles including cars and vans came into effect in September 2015 .That’s when the new generation of diesel cars/vans requiring AdBlue® started to come on the market.
Nox refers to Nitrogen Oxide emissions. Nitrogen Oxide is a harmful gas emitted from the exhaust of your car or van. AdBlue® is used in conjunction with Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology to limit Nitrogen Oxide emissions.
AdBlue® is only used in diesel vehicles. Please remember AdBlue® is not a fuel additive and should not be poured into the diesel fuel tank. If AdBlue® is required for your car or van then there is a separate AdBlue® tank on each vehicle.
If you have a new diesel car/van then it is most likely that you will find the opening of the tank positioned right next to where you fill up your diesel. If it’s not located there, it may be in your boot. Always refer to your vehicle handbook.