What is AdBlue Audi?
You have probably heard it mentioned but are still not too sure what is AdBlue. Emissions and level of pollution are going to become prominent factors for car producers in the future, and we are already starting to see this change. Indeed, the EU are putting new emission regulations in place to protect both the public and the environment from harmful levels.
It is pushing producers towards more innovative and exciting ideas and inventions that give driver's more and result in far fewer emissions. Ultimately, this is about building machines and solutions that are efficient. That brings us to one of the solutions used by Audi, AdBlue.
One of the latest ways to make a car more efficient is through selective catalyst reduction. Also known as SCR, this treatment system converts dangerous pollutant chemicals like Nitric Oxide in Nitrogen and water which are both far less harmful. This can be achieved by creating a compound made of CO2 and ammonia.
Many cars to create harmful emissions through the exhaust system, releasing Nitrogen Oxide into the air. With the Adblue Audi solution, their cars are cleaner and more efficient. The solution itself is both non-flammable and non-toxic, so it’s the perfect option for general users. Furthermore, it’s completely biodegradable ensuring lower levels of waste.
How Does AdBlue Work?
You might be wondering how the AdBlue solution works as part of your Audi vehicle. Well, first, it’s important to know that AdBlue is not mixed with your fuel. Unlike other solutions, it’s kept in a separate tank and then injected into the engine. With this solution, 80% of the most harmful emissions can be completely converted.
Is AdBlue New?
Interestingly, this is not a new solution although you may find that you are only now buying a car that includes the system. The Audi AdBlue system has been used in everything from HGVs to buses for years.
The new emissions regulations introduced by the EU in 2015 made AdBlue a crucial solution that is now used in all diesel cars that are released through Europe.
What You Need to Know
As you might have guessed, Audi AdBlue is just one of the possible options. AdBlue is used by most car producers and is available from various suppliers. However, as an Audi Authorised repairer, we can refill your AdBlue tank when it starts to run out and provide you with Audi AdBlue when it’s needed. You will get a warning on most Audi cars if your AdBlue is running low, starting at the last 1500 miles.
With AdBlue, you’ll notice that the car does achieve a higher level of efficiency on the roads and that your car lasts for a lot longer than the typical vehicle. The level of benefit you see from AdBlue will be determined by a few factors including road conditions, driving style, the type of journey and the load in the car. In general, though, AdBlue ensures cars need to fill up far less.
Use our online booking form to arrange your service with us or contact us today about Audi AdBlue, we’ll be happy to assist you with all your needs and make sure you make the most of your Audi model with AdBlue.