How can I keep AdBlue®? Is it possible to store AdBlue®? How should I keep my AdBlue®? How long can I store my AdBlue®? What are the most appropriate storage formats? What are the storage limitations? What can I do to stop them? How can I buy AdBlue® storage tank?
AdBlue® is manufactured in vast quantities and in a continuous process. As a result, a storage container tailored to the volume of liquid generated is required. AirNox/AirNoxblue is capable of supplying AdBlue® storage tanks in different capacities from 3000 to 10 000 Litres. We have AirNox/AirNoxblue AdBlue®storage tanks for buses, trucks, fleet owners and petrol stations/forecourts.
♦ Fully bunded housing (2 tanks)
♦ Low Voltage which equates to lower energy consumption
Outer tank (lower part, upper part and roof) made of fibre glass
Inner tank(s) made of polyethylene (with round galvanized reinforcements
♦ Panel door made of fibre glass
♦ Panel door with key lock
♦ Openings for forklift operation
♦ Elements and all piping from stainless steel 304/316
♦ Submersible pump with run-dry protection
♦ Flow rate of approx. 90 lt/min (at the pump), approx. 40 lt/min (at the nozzle of free standing dispenser)
♦ 2” Dry break coupling (DN 50, Male) for tanker truck connection
♦ Overfill protection indicator with acoustic (alarm) and visual (light) signal
♦ Fan and/or heating (depending on climate) (standard temperature range: -20°C – +45°C)
♦ Winter package (-40°C) – liquid heating system
♦ Ex package
♦ Overfill system/ Truck plug
♦ Mechanical overfill system
♦ On/Off pump key switch
♦ Emergency button
♦ Digital level indicator
♦ Control lamps
♦ Leakage detection system with acoustic (alarm) and visual (light) signal
♦ Extra venting
♦ Adapter for Veeder Root probe
♦ Mechanical level indicator
♦ Others depending on customer needs
In some parts of South Africa/Africa where the temperature is extremely hot, we have solutions to install a fan to cool down the AdBlue® inside the AdBlue®tank. Our AdBlue® tanks are fully bunded and if the AdBlue® tank is kept away from direct sunlight in a warehouse, the environment should be conducive enough to reduce the temperature of the AdBlue® inside the AdBlue® tank and maintain the ISO 22241-3 standard.
All surfaces of handling, transportation, and storage equipment in direct contact with AdBlue® shall be free of foreign matter (e.g. fuel, oil, grease, detergent, dust, and any other substance). To avoid any contamination of AdBlue® with trace elements, particles, and foreign matter, surfaces of equipment not exclusively used with AdBlue® shall be cleaned with distilled or de-ionized water and AdBlue® in the last cleaning step immediately before the use with the AdBlue® to be handled with the equipment. AdBlue® storage tank must be always kept clean and kept in good conditions.
The use of tap water should especially be avoided due to the high concentrations of alkali and alkali earth metal ions therein. However, if distilled water or de-ionized water is not readily available, the material may be cleaned with tap water, provided the last rinse is done using the AdBlue® to be handled with the equipment. If it is necessary to clean a system regardless of whether detergents are used or not, it should be verified that the trace elements specified in ISO 22241-1 in the AdBlue®that is used for a last rinsing are within the specification using the methods specified in ISO 22241-2. For storage and transportation facilities, the result of the cleaning can be verified by analysing the AdBlue® used for a last rinsing using the methods specified in ISO 22241-2
AirNox have superior AdBlue® storage tanks in South Africa/Africa. We work with our partners from around the world to supply high quality AdBlue®storage tanks to maintain ISO 22241-3 standard thought the shelf life of the AdBlue®. Be warned, we have identified some manufacturers of AdBlue®storage tanks who supply metal AdBlue®tanks which do not comply with ISO 22241-3 standard. AdBlue®must be stored following the ISO 22241-3 standard. If you are not sure, AirNox team is at your disposal.