We have been providing Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) solutions to customers, distributors, and dealerships in the North American trucking market since 2009.
Our API Certified product, UltraPure® DEF, can be used in ALL TYPES of on-road, off-road, rail and marine SCR systems requiring DEF, including: Peterbilt, Kenworth, Freightliner, Mack, Hino, John Deere, Caterpillar, Case New Holland, Komatsu, AGCO (Challenger, Fendt, Massy Ferguson), Terex, Volvo, and more.
In 2010, the EPA mandated that all diesel-powered vehicles must reduce their release of NOx emissions. The on-road sector was the first sector to be effected. All on-road vehicles manufactured beginning in 2010 must be equipped with a Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) or Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) system.
Approximately 71 million automobiles were sold in the United States in 2014 with a prediction of 74 million for 2015, all of which require continuous maintenance to run efficiently.
Manufacturers such as BMW, Volkswagen, Mercedes Benz, GM, Ford, Toyota, and Mazda are producing passenger vehicles that require Diesel Exhaust Fluid to meet NOx reduction regulations set forth by the .
Much like our company, your fleet is essential to your daily operations. Having your vehicles in the shop directly affects your business and your bottom line. Purchasing quality product from a responsible distributor is necessary to keep your company up and running.
We can consistently provide you with the highest quality UltraPure® Diesel Exhaust Fluid in the market. Unlike other distributors, we are equipped with our own fleet, , and stocking locations across North America. With this one-of-a-kind infrastructure, you can depend on us to maintain quality along every step of the supply chain and deliver product safely and on-time.
Tier 4 emissions standards must be met by the end of 2015, and apply to all sizes of off-road diesel engines used in a wide range of construction, agricultural and industrial equipment. Like on-road equipment such as highway trucks, exhaust NOx emission levels will be decreased by more than 90 percent.
Whether you’re working corn fields, orange groves or cattle ranches, you’re machinery works almost as hard as you do and needs to run in top shape. After all, America’s economic livelihood depends on you, and you need to be able to depend on your DEF distributor.
Don’t take chances when it comes to your business. Purchase Diesel Exhaust Fluid from a dependable distributor with a high-quality product.We take pride in the quality of our product and reliability of our national supply chain, and are dedicated to delivering you with exceptional product safely and on-time.
You don’t have time between demolishing an old building and excavating a new one to worry about your equipment running smoothly. It’s the lifeblood of your business and you can’t afford time—or money—lost to maintenance and costly repairs.
Making sure your equipment runs efficiently is our number one goal. We want to deliver product to your locations when and where you need it, with no delays or mishaps along the way.
Locomotive diesel engines greatly contribute to air pollution all across the country. Thanks to the EPA's ongoing National Clean Diesel Campaign (NCDC), harmful NOx emissions from locomotive engines will be reduced by as much as 80 percent when fully implemented.
These regulations will affect newly manufactured locomotives and remanufactured locomotives originally manufactured after 1972. Locomotives manufactured prior to 1972 do not produce significant amounts of pollution.
All locomotives manufactured in 2015 and later are expected to incorporate a type of exhaust gas aftertreatment technology, such as Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) and the use of Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF), to reduce NOx emissions.
The EPA regulations to reduce NOx emissions on all diesel powered engines also applies to newly manufactured marine equipment, as well as vessels that are remanufactured by their owners or operators. This means that owners and operators are responsible for ensuring any work performed on their vessels is done in compliance with the regulations.
Marine engines are classified and regulated by the size and type of engine. All vessels with 600 KW (804 HP) and above are being phased in with the 2014 EPA Emissions Standards requiring vehicles to incorporate an exhaust aftertreatment technology. The predominant technology option is Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) which utilizes Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) to reduce the vehicle's NOx emissions.
DEF Branded Products
Diesel Exhaust Fluid is manufactured to meet ISO 22241 specifications. OEM’s may have their own branded DEF; however, these products do not contain special additives, nor do they have an advantage over other DEF products.
We provide DEF that meets requirements for all automotive, trucking, rail, and marine manufacturers. If you are interested in purchasing UltraPure® DEF, please request a quote, call our toll free number at 1-877-363-5843, or email us at DEF@brenntag.com.