LLC “TIR Service Poltava” offers services for the maintenance, repair, or deactivation of the AdBlue injection system on cargo vehicles of such brands as Mercedes-Benz, Volvo, Daf, Man, Renault, Iveco, Scania, etc.

Why do you need this system?

In the European Union operates a company that protects the environment. The fact that automobiles emit exhaust gases into the atmosphere has provoked the creation of new standards and regulations to reduce damage to the environment from exhaust gases. Environmentalists for many years strengthened the requirements, and eventually created the urea AdBlue and the SCR exhaust gas neutralization system.

AdBlue is such a rare reagent that triggers the SCR purification system.

SCR injects the urea solution into the exhaust stream. The amount of injected fluid is determined by the control unit. As a result, harmless gases with nitrogen are produced from harmful gases. SCR allows you to adhere to the standards of Euro 4-5-6, which operate in the European Union. It is not required to use this system in the CIS countries.

Why do you need to turn it off?

Multiple SCR temperature sensors often give an error. This is due to a malfunction of the cleaning system or the absence of urea. The engine ECU generates an error and automatically limits power. Driving in a vehicle will be possible, but difficult, and if the car is loaded, it will bring you a lot of inconveniences.

If there is a problem in the absence of liquid, then you need to refill a new one, but in this case, you will have regular expenses for purchasing a new one. In the markets of Ukraine, the low-quality liquid is often sold, and if it is poured, it will lead to the breakage of other parts of the system.

Considering foregoing, turning off the urea injection system will certainly be an economical solution to the situation if it is compared with the fixed costs of refueling and repair.

You can get detailed information about our services and the deactivation of urea injection on trucks, buses, and other vehicles by calling us at the phone number indicated in the “Contacts” section.