AdBlue® is a urea-based diesel exhaust fluid consumed in Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) systems on many modern vehicles. This technology has been adopted by vehicle manufactures to help meet the latest European requirements on diesel engine emissions.
Caltex has an extensive network of sites and truck stops across Australia which makes accessing AdBlue® easy. Caltex sourced AdBlue® is made to ISO quality standards 22241-1, 2, 3 and 4 as well as DIN70070 and CEFIC standards. The AdBlue® is Verband der Automobilindustrie e.V. approved to ensure optimal performance and reliability of your SCR system - it's a quality guarantee you can rely on time after time, fill after fill.
Product Data & Safety Data Sheets
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Not exclusively. Many new and performance vehicles recommend a higher octane variant to regular unleaded in order to get the best out of the vehicle, but all vehicles can benefit from removing deposits from critical parts of the fuel system.
Certainly. Vortex Premium Diesel is suitable for, and can benefit, all types of diesel-powered engines, including passenger cars, SUVs, buses, trucks and utility vehicles.
Extensive data confirms the impressive cleaning ability of Vortex premium fuels; removing existing deposits and preventing deposit build up on critical engine parts.
Supporting an NMA-Free Industry
As Australia’s largest supplier of transport fuels, we ensure that our fuels continue to meet or exceed stringent Australian Fuel Quality Standards.
Recently, we have become aware of the presence of a chemical known as NMA (N-Methylaniline) in fuel supplied at competitor sites in the Mackay region. NMA is an organic compound commonly used as a solvent or as an additive for dyes, fertiliser and organic products. However, it appears that NMA is being used in the Mackay region because of its ability to serve as a cheap octane booster for transport fuels.
We have never blended NMA into any fuel sold from our terminals or refineries and will not compromise on this commitment, nor do we buy fuel that contains NMA.
Through our Australian Institute of Petroleum (AIP) membership, we are actively advocating for the Australian Government to make the necessary enquiries to ensure that Australians are not negatively affected by the use of potentially harmful additives in fuels.