Colourless clear liquid
Approx. 1.4 mPa.s
Thermal Conductivity (@25°C)
Approx. 0.570 W/m.K
Specific Heat (@25°C)
Approx. 3.4 kJ/kg.K
Specific Tension (@20°C)
Min. 65 mN/m
Source: ISO 22241-1:2006(E)
AdBlue is available in 20L cans/buckets, 210L barrels, 1000L IBC Tanks 20,000 – 30,000L SS Tankers
Once Seal is broken, consume AdBlue completely.
Do not leave container open at any time.
AdBlue tends to evaporate and crystalize when exposed to the atmosphere in Indian temperatures.
An open container can also attract dust and insects from the atmosphere.
Keep AdBlue away from direct sunlight.
Ensure the product is not exposed to prolonged periods of high temperature.
Shelf life of AdBlue reduces with increasing temperature.
Always consume the old stock first and then consume the new stock
Do not use AdBlue that has crossed 6 months from the date of manufacturing
Optimum temperature for shelf life of 6 months is 30 Degree Celsius, which is the normal room temperature in India.
Use only Plastic or stainless steel while handling AdBlue. Always wash such instruments with De-Ionized Water and AdBlue before use.
Do not use dirty containers or pumps while handling AdBlue.
Contaminated AdBlue will result in a shorter lifespan of the SCR catalyst, pumps and nozzles.
Ensure instruments used with AdBlue are not used for any other products.
Do not wash instruments with Tap water as it contains.
Tap water has high salts and minerals which will affect the quality of AdBlue.