NOx Deletes & AdBlue Solutions
What is a NOx Deletes and AdBlue Solutions?
AdBlue is an emission-based chemical liquid exhaust after-treatment system, designed to lower NOx emissions. Disabling the AdBlue system is normally completed by reprogramming the engine management system, however some vehicles will require a small electronic unit to be hardwired into the vehicle. When AdBlue is introduced into the exhaust fumes, it causes a chemical reaction inside the SCR Cat, converting NOx to Nitrogen and Water Vapor. AdBlue was developed by automobile manufacturers to meet the government’s rigorous pollution requirements.
The AdBlue and SCR systems are relatively sophisticated systems with a plethora of electrical sensors, modules, and pumps. These systems can fail and are costly to repair. A car that is used frequently will consume a significant amount of AdBlue, and the tank will need to be replaced frequently.
The AdBlue system will be electrically disabled, as well as the associated dashboard lights and warning messages, when you use our AdBlue erase service. Reprogramming the engine management system is usually enough to disable the AdBlue system, however other vehicles will require a small electrical equipment to be linked into the vehicle.