Cemo Portable Adblue Tanks Arrive Online At TankDepot.co.uk
24th October 2011
Storage tank specialist TankDepot.co.uk, has unveiled a new range of ‘Cemo’ branded, portable adblue storage and dispensing tanks. Adblue is a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) fluid, which reduces emissions of oxides of nitrogen from diesel engines. Most large commercial vehicles today are fitted with powertrain systems which incorporate SCR technology, including vehicles produced by BMC, Iveco, Mercedes-Benz, Paccar (DAF), Renault and Volvo.
Manufactured in Germany by Chemowerk GmbH, TankDepot.co.uk’s all-new range has been engineered specifically for use with adblue diesel exhaust fluid (DEF), as TankDepot.co.uk’s Steve Beech explains.
“Adblue is a specialist solution, which requires specialist storage. Failure to store Adblue in a purpose-designed container can result in product degradation and may cause irreparable damage to expensive, catalytic converters. Cemo’s range of Adblue storage tanks is manufactured exclusively from inert polyethylene and all wetted components are adblue resistant.”, says Steve.
“Available in a choice of 200 and 430 litres capacities, the new Cemo range is ideal for on and off-highway transport and dispensing of adblue solutions. The tanks can be filled from an adblue forecourt pump, or from a central storage tank and can fit snugly into the back of a pick up truck, 4x4 or SUV. The new Cemo range usefully complements TankDepot.co.uk’s existing bulk adblue storage tank range, available in a range of capacities from 1,400 litres to over 10,000 litres."
Cemo portable adblue tank prices start from £877.88+VAT, inclusive of delivery to customer addresses in mainland Great Britain.
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Article Last Updated 24th October 2011