Diesel Exhaust Fluid

As the USA prepares for the Environmental Protection Agency’s Tier II Bin 5 emission standards upgrade,    Lott Oil is dedicated to meeting your supply needs. Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) is a urea-based fluid specifically engineered to control NOx emissions from diesel engines. DEF is a key component of Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) systems which help diesel vehicles meet strict emission regulations. DEF is available with a variety of storage and dispensing methods. Storage options consist of various size containers such as; Bulk, Totes and Bottles or Jugs. Lott Oil is proud to partner with Brenntag and Terra Environmental Technologies, TerraCair.

-Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) is an organic, non-toxic compound made of 32.5% urea and 67.5% de-ionized water
-DEF is carefully regulated by the American Petroleum Institute (API)
-DEF helps to convert NOx into Nitrogen gas and water vapor. It is stable, colorless, odorless, and meets accepted international standards for purity and composition.
-2.5 Gallons of DEF will yield over 800 miles of travel.
-You can drive from L.A. to Boston and back on less than a single 23-gallon tank of DEF (estimated usage rate is approximately 2% per gallon of fuel)
-At temperatures below 12°F (at which DEF will freeze) trucks will be immediately operational until the DEF tank-thawing process is complete
-The DEF filter should only need to be changed every 200,000 miles and can be changed in minutes.
-With Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR), engine maintenance intervals will remain equal to 2007 maintenance intervals, with one additional service point:    The DEF filter

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