Greenchem Adblue 10Ltr £9.45 WITH CODE @ EuroCarParts
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Greenchem Adblue 10Ltr £9.45 WITH CODE @ EuroCarParts

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Found 25th Mar
10 litres of ad blue for £9.45 after code MarchEnd39 is put in promo box bringing it down from £15.49 free click and collect
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I just had 20 litres delivered for £15.89 from eBay if that helps:)
Because I have sos little interest in this I cant be bothered to google, what does this do?
swoosh0078 m ago

Because I have sos little interest in this I cant be bothered to google, …Because I have sos little interest in this I cant be bothered to google, what does this do?


It is what Euro6 diesels use during exhaust emission processing of NOx gases. Adblue is injected at the final stage to breakdown NOx (really bad for you and the environment) into N2 (less harmful) and water vapour.
To comply with Euro 6 regulations, most new diesel-powered cars built since 2006 use SCR technology to inject tiny quantities of AdBlue into the car’s exhaust gases. When this solution combines with exhaust emissions, it produces harmless nitrogen and oxygen by breaking down the harmful mono-nitrogen oxides in diesel exhaust. This technology has been used in buses and heavy lorries for a long time, so its effectiveness has been proven and its reliability is better than ever.
hotuk1611 m ago

It is what Euro6 diesels use during exhaust emission processing of NOx …It is what Euro6 diesels use during exhaust emission processing of NOx gases. Adblue is injected at the final stage to breakdown NOx (really bad for you and the environment) into N2 (less harmful) and water vapour.


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you might have mentioned CarParts4Less is 60p cheaper. Since we were 'discussing' it on the other thread...
hotuk16127 m ago

It is what Euro6 diesels use during exhaust emission processing of NOx …It is what Euro6 diesels use during exhaust emission processing of NOx gases. Adblue is injected at the final stage to breakdown NOx (really bad for you and the environment) into N2 (less harmful) and water vapour.


Not all Euro 6.

My Hyundai diesel doesn't use anything in addition to fuel, but still achieves zero road tax.
I'm similar to Mrgringo and bought 20l of the stuff for £15.90 on ebay recently. Same make as this stuff too. No deal from me I'm afraid.
TheUrbis39 m ago

Not all Euro 6.My Hyundai diesel doesn't use anything in addition to fuel, …Not all Euro 6.My Hyundai diesel doesn't use anything in addition to fuel, but still achieves zero road tax.


You are right, not all Diesels use Adblue. Skyactiv-D engines by Mazda are a prime example, they achieve it without any additives.

I think you are confused between NOx emissions and CO2 (which are solely used by the government when it comes to road tax banding).
NOx emission reductions are part of Euro6 regulations (stricter then Euro 5 on NOx for Diesels) and don't impact, for now, how road tax is calculated by the DVLA.

Having said all this, it is NOx emissions at higher altitude (not ground level), produced by aviation engines, that have particularly nasty influence on the old ozone layer.
Edited by: "hotuk161" 25th Mar
MRGRINGO1 h, 31 m ago

I just had 20 litres delivered for £15.89 from eBay if that helps:)


Out of interest, what car you have and how much of Adblue you use (rough guess is sufficient). Thanks.
Would a diesel car using this be cleaner than a petrol car in principle?
My 2015 Mercedes E220 has used 15L in 32000 miles.
£17 for 20 Liyers on EBay free delivery
Wouldn’t mind some advice re this stuff, just bought a used Audi A6 that will use it, as you can’t tell how much is in/been used, can you top it up at anytime or wait until car tells you, also if topping up, is it easy to know when to stop and should I fill it up to the rim?

Going away in it soon and don’t want to be caught out of having to do it whilst away if possible.

apologises if seems obvious but am a little apprehensive about doing it.
Edited by: "HoodedCobra" 26th Mar
HoodedCobra26th Mar

Wouldn’t mind some advice re this stuff, just bought a used Audi A6 that w …Wouldn’t mind some advice re this stuff, just bought a used Audi A6 that will use it, as you can’t tell how much is in/been used, can you top it up at anytime or wait until car tells you, also if topping up, is it easy to know when to stop and should I fill it up to the rim?Going away in it soon and don’t want to be caught out of having to do it whilst away if possible.apologises if seems obvious but am a little apprehensive about doing it.


I suspect if you fill it up before the journey, you'll have at least 5,000 miles until it runs out. It was meant to be topped up with annual service. Even if it runs out, you'll get a warning light, worse case scenario, the engine power is adjusted to reduce emissions until you top it up. It seems to be 0.5 to 1 litre of Adblue per 1000 miles. Check YouTube, should be same as with screenwash.
Edited by: "hotuk161" 27th Mar
hotuk1617 h, 41 m ago

I suspect if you fill it up before the journey, you'll have at least …I suspect if you fill it up before the journey, you'll have at least 5,000 miles until it runs out. It was meant to be topped up with annual service. Even if it runs out, you'll get a warning light, worse case scenario, the engine power is adjusted to reduce emissions until you top it up. It seems to be 0.5 to 1 litre of Adblue per 1000 miles. Check YouTube, should be same as with screenwash.


Ok thanks appreciate the reply.
hotuk16127th Mar

I suspect if you fill it up before the journey, you'll have at least …I suspect if you fill it up before the journey, you'll have at least 5,000 miles until it runs out. It was meant to be topped up with annual service. Even if it runs out, you'll get a warning light, worse case scenario, the engine power is adjusted to reduce emissions until you top it up. It seems to be 0.5 to 1 litre of Adblue per 1000 miles. Check YouTube, should be same as with screenwash.


Per legislation worst case is actually that cars won't start without enough AdBlue in the tank. You'll get a warning well in advance of it being empty though.
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