AdBlue can be purchased by the haulier on the road at a truckstop, service station or manufacturer dealership. It is also possible to arrange for a supply of AdBlue direct to the haulier's base of operations. You can use FindAdBlue.com to find the nearest AdBlue supply point and information about homebase AdBlue supply. FindAdBlue.com has details of over 10,000 AdBlue supply points throughout Europe.
While the price of AdBlue is lower when purchased in bulk at the
home depot, this method can incur costly installation and equipment
fees. In fact, some operators prefer the convenience of roadside
AdBlue refilling. Indeed, AdBlue refilling is often linked to the
operator's diesel refuelling strategy.
AdBlue is used by the SCR system at a rate equivalent to 5% of diesel consumption and is currently less than half the price of diesel, per litre.
No. AdBlue is a high purity chemical solution manufactured to a
strict specification and distributed through a secure supply chain.
It is highly unadvisable to attempt to create your own 32.5% urea
solution from fertilizer grade urea and water-purified or
Remember - using a non DIN/ISO specification urea solution will probably result in catalyst damage, invalidating the vehicle's warranty!