AdBlue is a diesel exhaust fluid that is used to reduce emissions from diesel engines. It is injected into the exhaust system, where it breaks down harmful nitrogen oxides into harmless nitrogen and water vapor. AdBlue is necessary for vehicles that are Euro 6 compliant, but there are some potential problems with AdBlue that could arise.

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What is AdBlue

AdBlue is a diesel exhaust fluid that is used to reduce emissions from diesel engines. It is injected into the exhaust system, where it breaks down harmful nitrogen oxides into harmless nitrogen and water vapor. AdBlue is necessary for vehicles that are Euro compliant. Whilst it is a legal requirement for most new diesel vehicles to have AdBlue, there are some occasions when bypassing the AdBlue system in vehicles can be beneficial. Agricultural and heavy plant can benefit from bypassing the AdBlue, and it is perfectly okay to do so when these vehicles are not going to be driven on public roads and highways.

How do AdBlue Emulators Work

AdBlue emulation works by bypassing the AdBlue system altogether. This is done by installing a module that fools the engine into thinking that AdBlue is present when it isn’t. The engine will then run as normal, without the need for AdBlue. It’s important to note that AdBlue emulation is different from AdBlue removal. Emulation simply fools the engine into thinking AdBlue is present, whilst removal completely removes the AdBlue system.

The Benefits of AdBlue Removal

There are a few benefits to AdBlue removal, especially for agricultural and heavy plant. Firstly, it’s much cheaper to run a vehicle without AdBlue. Secondly, you don’t have to worry about replacing the AdBlue system if it breaks down. Finally, you don’t have to worry about the potential problems that can arise from AdBlue.  If you are interested in finding out more about our range of AdBlue emulators and AdBlue removal for your vehicle, check the different brands we can work with and speak to our team today!