Exol Lubricants has started out on a partnership with GreenChem which means that they will now be supplying AdBlue. GreenChem is the leading manufacturer of the the highly purified colourless liquid that has been designed for diesel engines to cut down on the harmful emissions that are released by the engines. Since the partnership first began, the sales to have been completed through Exol has increased by more than double.
Customers looking to purchase this product can do so in a retail-style 4 litre pack which is available from Exol, as well as a 10 litre 20 litre and 200 litre pack that feature a no-drip universal pouring spout. Greenchem has developed the specialist retail packs so that they meet ISO specification. There is also an AdBlue starter kit available for Exol customers that is simple and easy to use. The 10 and 20 litre packages feature a canister with an integrated spout which has universal fitting. The 200 litre drums of the product have been developed for companies that are managing a fleet of vehicles. This larger size product is supplied with a trolley in order to enable movement and can be refilled easily.
AdBlue works to reduce the amount of harmful emissions released by diesel engines, such as NOx. The product has been developed using de-mineralised water and urea, which when combined forms ammonia, the main active component of the product. AdBlue works by Selective Catalytic Reduction, being injected into the catalyst of the Selective Catalytic Reduction system and then creating a chemical reaction with the ammonia which turns toxic nitrogen oxides, NOx, into nitrogen and water vapour, both non harmful byproducts.
Exol Lubricants has seen a significant demand for AdBlue from their customers, therefore this partnership with GreenChem appears to be a success. The product has always been readily available on the market however it is reassuring from customers to receive the product from a trusted and well known source, such as Exol, who has the support of the branding and company to reassure customers.