What’s the AdBlue system and why is it important?
Diesel has a higher latent energy than gasoline. This makes it one of most commonly used fuels in vehicles. Diesel engines are also one of most in-demand engines in the transportation sector. Diesel, just like petrol, emits a lot of polluting gases, which can lead to environmental problems. There are many technologies that can reduce these emissions. The selective Catalytic Reduction system, or SCR, is one such technology. SCR works by reducing or eliminating NOxs emissions from the engine after combustion of fuel and air. This is done using AdBlue or DEEF (Diesel Engine Exhaust Fluid). SCR is actually the name of this technology, and AdBlue is the catalyst for the reaction. The main components of the SCR system are catalysts, AdBlue injectors, control systems, and AdBlue’s measurement/spray systems.
What’s ADBLUE and how does it work?
AdBlue is used on all cars manufactured after 2015. It is designed to meet the Euro 5/6 standards and significantly reduce NOx emissions.
ADBLUE (or (DEEF), is a transparent, colorless, odorless solution that can be dissolved in water. It can last up to 18 months when stored in ideal conditions, such as a dry area and cool temperatures. Ammonia and carbon dioxide must be exposed to heat from urea in order to make ADBLUE.
This solution contains 32.5% of urea, and 67.5% deionized waters. ADBLUE has a freezing temperature of -11 degrees. However, to prevent it from freezing below that, a ceramic heater is installed in the tank. This heater is heated when the engine is started.
EGR-equipped vehicles do not require Volkswagen Adblue delete. However, AdBlue is required for cars that don’t have EGR.
AdBlue’s separate tank is located in most cars. It can be found either under the spare tire or next to the fuel tank. AdBlue’s liquid must be stored in containers made with special technology. AdBlue should never be kept in any container.
AdBlue system diagram AdBlue Tank AdBlue injection function
How can AdBlue reduce its emissions?
The exhaust temperature is high enough to cause NOx concentrations that exceed the amount of catalyst that can be decomposed into water and nitrogen. AdBlue is here to help. AdBlue releases ammonia when it reacts with gas temperatures. Next, the NOx-rich exhaust gases are combined with ammonia and transferred to particle filters or SCR. Ammonia actually converts NOx into water and nitrogen. Because the process regenerates NO2 and NO2 only, it is known as selective catalytic decrease. This process injects the required ammonia into the catalyst using water and urea, making AdBlue more obvious.
AdBlue Cost and consumption
AdBlue spraying will depend on the amount and type of combustion-induced NOx emission. These are measured by NOx sensors embedded in the catalyst and the vehicle’s operating conditions, including engine RPM, exhaust gas pollu levels and temperature.
The AdBlue reservoir’s capacity is usually between 10 and 25 Liters. Its consumption ranges between about %2 and %6 of the gasoline consumption, as per the explanations above. AdBlue can be used for approximately 2 to 3 thousand miles per gallon. AdBlue costs between PS1 to PS1.5 per liter, depending on whether it is purchased at petrol stations or repair shops.
Your car’s AdBlue lamps will turn on if there is about 3 liters left of AdBlue solution. This should be sufficient for approximately 1,200 miles. If your car has run out of AdBlue solution after these additional miles, it will not start again if you turn the engine off. You should take your vehicle to the repair shop. Power loss can occur if the engine is running out of AdBlue.
How to disable/eliminate the AdBlue system.
An emulator can be used to remove AdBlue from non-software cars. There have been many instances of this problem in Mercedes Sprinters. Here are some potential downsides to this method.
Many wiring issues can be found in cars
-Noise in vehicle’s power systems
-Being fined by the police if they find out
Adblue Removal voids Car Warranty
AdBlue removal using the software in the ECU is better than the emulator method.
The Benefits of AdBlue Removal
- Because AdBlue is a relatively ineffective smoke exhaust preventer, it can be improved by removing AdBlue.
- AdBlue software removal blocks all information from relevant sensors, unlike other methods.
- AdBlue removal is cost-effective as you won’t need to refill the AdBlue tank for ever.
- You will need to spend up to PS5-6,000 for repairs to AdBlue, but AdBlue can be removed using the software method.
- The software removal process will turn off the error light.
Advantages of AdBlue Removal
ADBLUE Removal has the greatest impact on emissions and environmental concerns. The AdBlue Removal method reduces the risk of being fined, but it can still lead to you getting charged if you are found out.
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