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What is the best hand / manual pump for dispensing AdBlue?
5 June 2013
Diesel Truck

Ezi-action® Drum pumps are proven for dispensing  Exhaust System Additives for Reducing NOx Emissions including AdBlue.

Firstly - What is AdBlue?
AdBlue is the registered trademark for AUS 32 (Aqueous Urea Solution 32.5%).

AdBlue is dosed into the selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system carried onboard SCR-equipped vehicles in specially designed tanks. It reduces emissions of oxides of nitrogen from the exhaust of diesel vehicles. Being a urea solution it is acid. It is corrosive. Therefore you must have a pump that can tolerate acid.

Ezi-action® Drumpumps are proven for dispensing strong acids. Ezi-action® Drumpumps are proven for dispensing AdBlue.

How can I be confident that the transfer process wont contaminate my AdBlue?
AdBlue is of the highest purity. Incorrect transfer equipment can potentially contaminate an entire fleet. Users must always dispense AdBlue with a suitable system. Ezi-action® Drumpumps are manufactured in New Zealand under strict controls. ( ISO22241-3 the international standard for handling, transportation and storage.)  When dispensing with an Ezi-action® Drumpump you can be confident that the specified quality of your AdBlue will be preserved.

Why are Ezi-action® Drumpumps the best choice for manual dispensing  Exhaust System Additives for Reducing NOx Emissions?
Proven suitability both in terms of acid resistance and free of contaminants.

Easy one hand pumping action, no waste, no mess, durable, reliable, 24 month warranty, fully serviceable.

An Ezi-action® Drumpump to fit your size of container or barrel whether 25 litre, 60 litre, 200 litre  or IBC. The reasons don't stop there.



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