Texas Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Production

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What is Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF)?

Diesel Exhaust Fluid, or “DEF,” is an additive that reduces the harmful emissions of nitrogen oxide from diesel engines. It is a urea solution made up of two components: 32.5% high-purity urea, and 67.5% deionized water. DEF is safe to handle, odorless, clear, biodegradable, and non-flammable. Its use is required by the government for all new diesel vehicles.

Texas Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Production

The exhaust produced by diesel-powered vehicles contains Nitrogen Oxides (“NOx”), a group of harmful air pollutants. Diesel Exhaust Fluid is used to “diffuse” the harmful gases. Using selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology that the vehicles are equipped with, DEF is injected into the exhaust stream. The SCR system allows the DEF to break down the toxic NOx into water vapor and nitrogen gas. Both nitrogen and water already exist in the air we breathe and have no adverse effects on the environment.

What are the benefits of using DEF?

Glad you asked! We’re proud to brag on DEF, because the benefits are numerous:

It lowers NOx emissions

This is important because:

  • NOx is harmful to the environment: as an air pollutant, it contributes to smog, acid rain, etc.
  • NOx is harmful to people: its exposure can lead to heart and respiratory disease

It helps diesel engines run more efficiently

The effects of this include:

  • Improved horsepower (which results in fuel savings!)
  • Increasingly optimized combustion

It takes better care of your vehicle

PickupTrucks.com states that some of the benefits of DEF-equipped trucks include:

  • Less wear on the engine
  • Reduced maintenance
  • Fewer regenerations

It enables your vehicle to comply with EPA standards

The Environmental Protection Agency’s 2010 mandate requires all heavy duty trucks and machinery to reduce NOx emissions.

  • SCR technology is one of the most efficient and cost-effective ways engine manufacturers meet these standards

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