Taks for AdBlue

AdBlue – a water solution of urea – is commonly used by manufacturers of vehicles with diesel engines in exhaust gas cleaning systems. The aim is to reduce the emission of harmful compounds and meet the exhaust emission standards, ie Euro 6. A large number of trucks and passenger cars with a diesel engine, equipped with the technology of reducing nitrogen oxide using AdBlue, forces the market to ensure easy availability of this substance.

The simplest and safest form of refilling the liquid from the environmental point of view is refueling at fuel distribution stations. For this reason, steel tanks for AdBlue (both underground and above-ground) are primarily dedicated to commercial fuel outlets, which allow you to refuel diesel and AdBlue during one stop. They can also be used, for example, to supply one’s own extensive fleet of vehicles at company petrol stations.

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Tank's technical specification

Number of compartments

single-chamber (in the case of a stand-alone tank) or as one dedicated chamber in a multi-chamber tank

capacity [m3]

3 – 100 m3

Work
temperature [°C]

from -10 to +35oC

Diameter [mm]

1000 – 2900 mm

Wall's structure

single wall or double wall

Material

certified carbon steel

General information

it can be an separate dedicated tank (above-ground or underground), as well as one of the chambers in the above-ground and underground tank

Standard

  • underground tanks: EN 12285-1
  • abovegroudn tanks: EN 12285-2

Construction

horizontal, cylindrical tank

External
coating

  • in the case of underground tanks – covered with Endopren outer coating, tested for breakdown of 6.000 V
  • in the case of above-ground tanks – externally covered with an anti-corrosion coating and thermal insulation

Internal
coating

coating resistant to AdBlue

Designation

AdBlue storage and distribution

Number of compartments

single-chamber (in the case of a stand-alone tank) or as one dedicated chamber in a multi-chamber tank

capacity [m3]

3 – 100 m3

Work
temperature [°C]

from -10 to +35oC

Diameter [mm]

1000 – 2900 mm

Wall's structure

single wall or double wall

Material

certified carbon steel

General information

it can be an separate dedicated tank (above-ground or underground), as well as one of the chambers in the above-ground and underground tank

Standard

  • underground tanks: EN 12285-1
  • abovegroudn tanks: EN 12285-2

Construction

horizontal, cylindrical tank

External
coating

  • in the case of underground tanks – covered with Endopren outer coating, tested for breakdown of 6.000 V
  • in the case of above-ground tanks – externally covered with an anti-corrosion coating and thermal insulation

Internal
coating

coating resistant to AdBlue

Designation

AdBlue storage and distribution

Tank's standard equipment

  • DN 600 cover with a seal – AISI 304 steel
  • DN 25 suction pipe for the AdBlue pump and a tee for the bypass (up to 3 pcs. On the manhole) – AISI 304 steel
  • DN 50 measuring socket – AISI 304 steel
  • DN 50 venting pipe – AISI 304 steel
  • Reserve connection (blinded) – AISI 304 steel
  • DN 80 filling pipe ended with a flange – AISI 304 steel
  • DN 100 or DN 80 electronic measurement connection – AISI 304 steel
  • In the case of above-ground tanks, the suction and filling nozzles are heated and insulated. The tank is insulated and equipped with a heater.

Additional customization options

  • platform for dinspenser with roof and LED lighting – for aboveground tanks
  • distribution chamber closed with an external roller shutter – for aboveground tanks
  • green zone or traffic zone shafts – for underground tanks
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