Do you have Adblue problems on your construction machine? We supply an Adblue Removal Emulator that will disable the Adblue system completely, you don’t need to repair any part of the system. Our Adblue emulator sends all the good CAN signals to the ECU to tell the machine everything is working ok, you can even take the Adblue system off your machine if you wanted to.
What is AdBlue Removal used for?
It is designed for diesel vehicles to reduce NOx emissions on public roads in many countries. There is a separate tank on your machine that you fill the Adblue into, this will then be injected into the exhaust when it reaches the optimal temperature, this can take about 20 minutes to get up to temperature before it starts dosing the Adblue.
Its a liquid thats added to diesel engines, Adblue is a brand name and its known as diesel exhaust fluid. The fluid does not go into the engine and its made from distilled water and urea, which is commonly found in urine and fertilisers.
Why Turn Off Adblue?
When you have repaired the SCR system after it breaks its easier just to disable it, this saves you all the hassle in the future as it wont break or need repaired again. Companies are repairing the SCR system constantly, either a NOx sensor or quality sensor breaks, it could last a week or a month then break again.
We have the solution for you, when your machines is miles away from a dealer and it goes into limp-mode. All you need to do is fit the Adblue delete emulator and all the SCR system is then bypassed, no need to repair any part of the SCR system. Clear all faults then fit the Adblue Removal emulator.
AdBlue is not widely available anymore!
There has been a lot of businesses trying to get Adblue in recent months all over europe, there is a shortage which is causing problems. If your machine runs out of Adblue it will cause it to go into limp mode and cause all sorts of faults that will stop the machine starting. You can read more about the Adblue shortage here.
Shortage Of DEF Quality Sensors
Due to the COVID pandemic there is a global shortage of semiconductor chips, these are used in almost everything from construction machines to phones. Spare parts like DEF quality sensors are now extremely hard to get and you could be waiting months to get one. If you machine is down due to waiting for parts we can get you back up and running with our Adblue emulator that will override the DEF quality sensor. Why wait months with a machine you can’t use? Fit our emulator and get back in business, when your spare part finally arrives you can take the emulator off and put it back to using Adblue if you wanted to. We have customers that do this on a regular basis, they have our emulator ready for when the Adblue system fails, they put our emulator on so they can use the machine till the parts come.