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complies with ISO 22241-1/-2/-3

What is AdBlue®?
It is a urea solution in water. It is neither toxic, nor harmful to people or the environment. Its freezing temperature is -110C. The product must correspond to the standard ISO 22241-1/-2/-3 and its trade requires VDA (Verband der Automobilindustrie) license. The use of AdBlue® brand name without the proper license is a criminal offence.

Where to use AdBlue®?
It is meant for vehicles equipped with SCR systems. The product must be filled in a special AdBlue® container, separated from the fuel system. The container is usually made of plastic or stainless steel.

What is SCR system?
It is a system for the neutralisation of harmful NOX emissions built into the exhaust gas system and consisting of a control unit, a catalyst, an injection nozzle, a pump and other components added by the manufacturer at its own discretion. WARNING – the operation of SCR without AdBlue® will lead to the damage of SCR system, costly repairs and changes of spare parts.

Where to buy AdBlue®?
In almost every fuel station (10/20 l cans), in the public AdBlue® fuel stations, located in the fuel stations NESTE, Statoil, etc., or directly from the only licensed and certified AdBlue® VDA manufacturer in Latvia - CrossChem.

Why AdBlue® from CrossChem?AdBlue® is made in Latvia by equipment manufactured especially for CrossChem in Germany, in 2009. Today, after tens of thousands tonnes of ready product delivered to car manufacturers, their official dealer centres and fuel stations, and after innumerable analyses and tests, we can say that CrossChem makes a world-class product in LATVIA, and it corresponds to the highest standards of quality.

Accessible packages:

  • 1000 and 650 litres in IBC type containers,
  • 210 litres in plastic barrels,
  • 20 and 10 litres in cans,
  • As well as for filling in a tank-car or the client’s package corresponding to the quality requirements


CrossChem SIA

"Naftaluka", Olaines pagasts, Olaines novads, LV-2127, Latvia

Mob. +371 26624000