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Jennychem is a family-run industrial chemicals business that has been in the industry for over 35 years. One of the fastest-selling items of the company in the vehicle section is its AdBlue chemical.

Adblue - German Association Registered Chemical

Gaseous emissions from cars can be highly dangerous to individuals and the environment. To help reduce the release of toxic gases into the environment, individuals use AdBlue in their diesel cars. AdBlue is an organic, non-toxic, and colourless liquid.

It is formulated using urea (also known as Carbamide) and water. Cars now use a new cleaning technology known as Selective Catalytic reduction (SCR) to utilize the AdBlue chemical and reduce the production of toxic by-products.

After this liquid is injected into the vehicle's exhaust system, it goes through the catalyst, where it is combined with toxic by-products of fuel emissions from diesel, such as nitrogen oxide. The chemical combines with these toxic emissions and neutralizes them. This helps to protect the environment and people from toxic gases that are terrible for their health.

Most vehicles nowadays have the SCR catalytic converter built into their vehicles. If you're a low mileage user and have a smaller vehicle that is relatively new, such as a motorcycle, then you may not need to use AdBlue.

However, this cleaning products substance is highly effective for large vehicles, such as lorries that travel long distances and have significant emissions.

AdBlue helps to neutralize these emissions and turn them into harmless water and nitrogen by-products.

AdBlue is a trademarked chemical that is registered with the German Association of the vehicle Industry. This company ensures that AdBlue's standards are maintained wherever it is sold.

Advantages of Jennychem AdBlue and AdBlue Supplies

There are numerous benefits to using AdBlue on its own. But using Jennychem AdBlue and its related products may be the best thing you will ever do for your vehicle. It's a testament to Jennychem's trustworthiness that the company has been in the industry for 25 years and has scientifically-backed products.

If you're still not convinced as to why you should use Jennychem's Adblue and its range of supplies, then read ahead to find out some of its key advantages:

Environmentally friendly

As mentioned earlier, the entire purpose of using AdBlue solutions for your vehicle is to help prevent environmental damage from your car. The solution combines with toxic chemicals from your car's exhaust to form harmless nitrogen and water.

Accreditations and recognition

If you own a large fleet of vehicles and use AdBlue solutions for them, your organisation may even be accredited for being environmentally safe through this type of maintenance. Accreditations such as the FORS accreditation and other awards help to build a brand's image and can, in turn, attract more customers.

Using AdBlue solutions from a well-reputed company such as Jennychem will have a big impact on your company's overall brand image, and customers will see this as an added advantage to doing business with you.

Minimum risk

AdBlue has been classified as a minimum-risk car fluid in the United Kingdom. The product is safe for transportation and for use in vehicles as it is non-toxic and non-flammable. Individuals can carry and use it without fear of any adverse effects.

Available in bulk

Jennychem's AdBlue solution comes in a variety of sizes. This can range from the 10 litre and 25-litre boxes to large bulk solutions of up to 2500 litres that can be used at dispensing stations.

The large variety of different volumes of the products means that you can get AdBlue solutions according to your own liking in bulk and small quantities. It should also be noted that Jennychem provides IBCs on loan for three months, after which they need to be returned in excellent condition. They contain a bottom outlet that could be used with a 4-meter dispensing kit and a top outlet that can be used with a CDS connector and IBC pumps.

Easy dispensing

Jennychem has a variety of dispensing pumps that customers can use for their AdBlue solutions. Whether it is the small 10-litre box or the large 2500-litre dispensing station, the company has a suitable pump for each application. For smaller boxes, customers can use the simple dispensing spout.

However, the larger boxes need a more robust pump to handle them. For medium-sized barrels such as the 210-litre barrel, you can use the 4-meter dispensing kit or the lever handpump. For large barrels, customers would need the CDS connectors and IBC pumps for dispensing AdBlue fluid.

We have numerous IBC pumps with various features such as an auto cut off flow meter. It also has super triggers that can be used for dispensing stations and for the 1000-liter barrels. So, whether you are buying for a dispensing station or for personal use, Jennychen has all the products for AdBlue that you will ever need.

Reasonably priced

Despite the amazing quality of AdBlue products, Jennychem ensures that the prices for these products remain low. Since the company is not an industrial corporation, it tries to keep costs to a minimum for customers.

Quality is guaranteed

Jennychem ensures all its products are of the highest quality and according to ISO22241 standards. This is why the company independently tests every batch before dispensing it.

Nationwide delivery

Regardless of where you are in the UK, if you need AdBlue products, Jennychem can deliver them directly to you. Delivery is free and made within 3-5 working days. The largest production site in the UK.

Jennychem is the largest production site for AdBlue products in the UK. Customers have direct access to a well-established supply.

How Much AdBlue Does Your Car Need?

The answer to the question — what’s AdBlue used for — is quite simple. AdBlue helps to reduce your vehicle's emission of Nitrogen Oxides to the barest minimum. Nitrogen Oxide emissions are dangerous for the environment. Therefore using AdBlue helps you meet European standards for emission limits.

The ideal maintenance rate is to fill your car with AdBlue once every six months. In reality, how much AdBlue your car needs depends on the engine size, driving patterns and overall mileage. Your car will consume AdBlue at the rate of 1 litre for every 1,000km. Under certain situations, the consumption rate can increase to 1 litre every 550 kilometres.

The good news is new vehicles have a warning system for AdBlue consumption. Present in the dashboard, the warning system monitors AdBlue levels, letting you know when it’s time to refill the tank.

Here at JennyChem, we stock first-grade Ad Blue for all diesel engines. We also deliver car ceramic coatings, TFRs and car snow foams.

While protecting your engine’s emissions, you should also maintain the wheels. Our collection of alloy wheel cleaners and car shampoos will help you do just that.

Industry Leaders for a Reason

Jennychem is an industry leader when it comes to chemical solutions. Its range of AdBlue supplies and products is famous in the UK for its quality and reasonable price.

So, whether you intend to use AdBlue for small specific purposes or for a dispensing station, Jennychem has you covered!

Frequently Asked Questions

Below are answers to common questions: 

What's AdBlue Used For?

AdBlue fluid is used to filter out harmful gas emissions from your car. Injected into the exhaust gases, it filters up to 92% of harmful gases. AdBlue turns toxic gases into nitrogen and steam, resulting in far less environmental pollution.

How Often Do You Add AdBlue?

Typically, you should add AdBlue to your vehicle once every six months. Although, this timeline may reduce depending on your driving patterns and your car’s fuel usage.

Do I Need to Put AdBlue in My Car?

Yes, it’s vital to put AdBlue in your car. You need AdBlue if you want to be on the right side of emission limits set for cars in the United Kingdom. AdBlue applies to ALL diesel engines.

Can I Refill AdBlue Myself?

We recommend leaving AdBlue refilling to specialized technicians. While you can refill it yourself, it’s a task that requires utmost caution.

Be careful not to let the fluid touch your skin or the car’s body. AdBlue can damage your car’s paintwork.

Why is it Called AdBlue?

AdBlue is only a brand name for marketing and advertising reasons. In reality, Ad Blue is a diesel exhaust fluid and can be known as such.