How does Diesel Exhaust Fluid Differ from Diesel Fuel?
After being introduced to North America in 2009, Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) is the second most consumed fluid today on a truck after diesel fuel.
It’s common for consumers to assume production,handling, delivery, and pricing of DEF is similar todiesel fuel. Although both products are consumedby diesel equipment, DEF and diesel fuel are significantly different products. They share few similarities when it comes to manufacturing, sales, transport, storage, and usage.
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The "Diesel Exhaust Fluid, it's NOT Diesel Fuel" whitepaper clears up the common misconceptions comparing DEF and diesel fuel.
More importantly, we’ll outline the evolution of DEF including differences in product sourcing, delivery, and pricing in more detail.