AdBlue is extremely susceptible to contamination. It is therefore of paramount importance that it is stored in a containment system which protects it from such threats, and which maintains the quality and integrity of AdBlue at optimal levels. The de-ionised elements of AdBlue can draw ions from the materials in which it is stored. This can change the chemical composition of the AdBlue and causes salts to form, which in turn clogs the ceramic head on the SCR. A common cause of premature SCR failures is incorrect storage conditions and materials used in storing AdBlue. Inert materials should always be used to store AdBlue.
Tanks R Us AdBlue tanks are all fully compliant with AdBlue storage guidelines and regulations.