What is Adblue® ?

TOTAL is the reference for your AdBlue supply

TOTAL is the reference for AdBlue supply


AdBlue® is an aqueous solution composed of 32.5% urea and 67.5% demineralized water. It is used in vehicles equipped with selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology, such as trucks, buses and other heavy vehicles. With AdBlue®, 85% of the nitrogen oxides (NOx) in the vehicle's exhaust is converted into water vapor and harmless nitrogen.

AdBlue® is a premium product, rigorously tested at each stage of the production and delivery chain. It is biodegradable, water-soluble, non-toxic and colorless. AdBlue® crystallizes at -11°C and breaks down into ammonia at 80°C (with some trace amounts beginning at 40°C).
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*AdBlue® is a registered trademark of the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA).

All new trucks manufactured since October 2006 are equipped with a catalytic reduction system that uses AdBlue®.

More about its composition and use:

Principal components Vehicle compatibility Consumption
Aqueous urea solution Engines in trucks, buses and other heavy vehicles Approximately 3 liters of AdBlue® per 100 liters of diesel, depending on the vehicle

Calculate the volume of AdBlue® needed for your fleet:

  1. What is your average consumption of fuel (m3/year) of your vehicles fleet?
  2. What is the percentage of vehicles equipped with SCR?


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