How is AdBlue® distributed?
Various AdBlue® filling options are available
After the AdBlue® fluid is produced, it undergoes a conditioning period before it is distributed. There are various filling options available. AdBlue® is sold in 2-l, 5-l, 10-l or 20-l canisters, at the pump or from dispensing tanks. Canisters are sold at car dealerships, filling stations or garages. Canisters sometimes have a special spout to make it easier to pour the fluid into diesel car tanks. A “stop-flow” system helps manage the flow. Additionally, petrol stations are fitted with AdBlue® pumps, which are mostly intended for heavy goods vehicles. Oil companies are currently implementing pumps for individuals to help make it easier to top up AdBlue® levels. Dispensing tanks also enable bulk selling, and are primarily aimed at fleet managers and other commercial vehicles.
Where to find AdBlue®
If you are an individual and you want to fill up your AdBlue® tank, we recommend doing it yourself at a dedicated filling station. You will not have to pay labour costs, which will automatically affect the final cost of filling up your tank. You can find canisters of AdBlue® at almost all filling stations. You may wish to carry out some research into the cheapest price as prices will usually vary from one filling station to the next. Finally, you can contact your dealer if you require any assistance on the matter.