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Technology has turned the world into a global village, bridging the gulf between every country in every sense. However, along with its miracles that provide us with comfort and ease, there also come its downsides, such as greenhouse gases, acid rains and shifting seasons.

In 2015, when global warming was a hot issue all over the globe, the EU introduced a new set of regulations known as Euro 6, which made it mandatory for diesel vehicle manufacturers to reduce their toxic nitrogen oxide emissions from the exhaust system. This was particularly challenging for them and was ultimately achieved with a simple chemistry technique known as selective catalytic reduction or SCR.

What is AdBlue?

AdBlue (AUS 32) is a solution of demineralised water(67.5%) and urea(32.5%) of the highest grade. It is poured into the exhaust system of the vehicle, where it reduces the nitrogen oxide emission by neutralising it through SCR. 

123 Oil has established its footprint in the industry with more than 50 years of uncompromising services. With a vast logistics operation and nationwide delivery service, we have become one of the leading bulk AdBlue suppliers in the UK.

How Does AdBlue Work?

AdBlue works by eliminating harmful emissions from diesel engines through Selective Catalytic Reduction process. When diesel burns, its toxic emissions are released into the environment that we breathe. AdBlue is sprayed into the diesel, which breaks down the harmful substances (nitrous oxide), leaving only carbon dioxide, water, and nitrogen.

Check out our ISO 22241 Adblue® Specifications.

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Why Do Modern Diesel Engine Cars Need AdBlue?

AdBlue is becoming increasingly common in modern diesel vehicles to meet environmental regulations. The AdBlue is a biodegradable, non-flammable, non-toxic, and odourless solution designed for diesel vehicles to help them meet the Euro 6 exhaust emission standards.

Diesel cars emit a tremendous amount of nitrogen oxides, which can seriously affect the respiratory system and overall health of the people. To reduce these harmful emissions, AdBlue is used as a fuel additive for diesel.

Quantities of AdBlue That We Deliver

With no order restriction, you can order any amount of AdBlue and get it delivered all across the UK at highly competitive rates. 123 Oil offers its delivery services in the following ways:

  • 10 Litres (Small quantities for light usage)
  • 210 Litres (Enough amount to keep you going for a long way)
  • 1,000 Litres (AdBlue will be delivered in intermediate bulk container)
  • 5,000 Litres (A specialised articulated tanker will be transferred your way)

How Does AdBlue Help Reduce Harmful Emissions?

AdBlue reduces harmful emissions from diesel vehicles through the Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) process. The Diesel Engine Fluid (DEF) is injected into the SCR catalyst, which reacts with the hazardous nitrogen oxide emissions to reduce them by up to 95% by producing water, nitrogen, and carbon dioxide.

These are harmless to the environment and significantly reduce environmental pollution caused by diesel engine emissions.

Benefits of Using 123 Oil AdBlue

  • AdBlue, available at 123 Oil, is the best solution for reducing the amount of nitrogen oxide particles in diesel vehicles’ exhaust emissions.
  • Being used as a harmful emission reducer, AdBlue is regarded as an environmentally safe product. The product itself falls in the category of safe transportable liquids in the UK. By using AdBlue, the vehicles can help save the planet in some ways by eliminating the emissions contributing to global warming and the greenhouse effect.
  • AdBlue can be purchased in bulk, being an everyday requirement for the transportation industry and large diesel vehicles. As a bulk supplier, 123 Oil helps you with its premium quality bulk supply service of AdBlue to fulfil the standard requirements. However, you can purchase the fluid in various quantities, ranging from small to large containers and even a single truck to multiple trucks.
  • When utilised with the SCR system, AdBlue optimises the combustion process and minimises the need for exhaust gas recirculation (EGR), which enhances the diesel engine’s fuel efficiency.
  • AdBlue increases the engine’s lifespan by protecting it from corrosion, deposits, and other damages.
  • AdBlue helps you save money on expensive repairs by improving fuel efficiency and overall engine health.
  • AdBlue is commonly available at automotive retailers and fuel stations, making it easy to replenish AdBlue in vehicles.
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Storage and Handling Tips for AdBlue

Although AdBlue is non-hazardous and pretty easy to handle and store, it is recommended to store AdBlue away from direct sunlight, within the temperature range of 0°-30°C, sealing it properly when not in use. AdBlue can freeze when stored at shallow temperatures (-10°), so make sure the storage area is not below this temperature.

When handling AdBlue, avoid using old oil or diesel containers to transfer it into the tanks, as they can contaminate AdBlue and be hazardous to your exhaust system. Furthermore, read the safety instructions carefully on the AdBlue when handling large quantities.

How Much Does AdBlue Cost?

The price of AdBlue depends on several factors, including the delivery destinations and the quantity you require, as is the case with most bulk suppliers. Regardless, our AdBlue is among the most competitive products in the UK, but we always come up with the best prices. By choosing 123 Oil as your AdBlue supplier, you’ll certainly buy the best product at a very reasonable price.

Contact 123 Oil AdBlue Suppliers

For the supply of premium quality AdBlue, you can talk to our representative or call us on our registered phone line. We will provide you with competent and quick service at a lower price than the market. We are open to both small and large-scale users. Call us right now to discuss your regular or one-time requirement for AdBlue.

Why Choose 123 Oil?

  • Provides AdBlue to both small and large-scale users
  • Bulk AdBlue suppliers with reasonable prices
  • 24/7 service, 365 days a year
  • Delivery within 48 hours (92% of deliveries completed within 24 hours)
  • Provides lubricant and fuel solutions that suit your schedule and budget


AdBlue isn’t always considered a fuel additive as it is used after the combustion has taken place. AdBlue is injected into the exhaust fumes before they are released, while a fuel additive is a general liquid added to the fuel.

Yes, the AdBlue we supply across the UK is ISO 22241 certified and meets the required specifications.

It depends on the vehicle’s engine and how many miles you drive. Generally, a mid-sized diesel car travels around 620 miles on approximately 1-1.5 litres of AdBlue. 

You will see a warning sign on your dashboard before running out of AdBlue. Once your AdBlue tank becomes empty, your vehicle will not start because the engine emissions will be too high.

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