IBC Starter Kit (Manual) – 1000 Litre IBC + Manual Rotary IBC Pump for AdBlue®
** Please note for safe unloading you will need a fork lift truck on delivery **
Take the stress and hassle out of buying AdBlue® with one of our special starter AdBlue® Kits and get up and running in no time. We don’t charge a deposit for the IBC, so the price you see is the price you pay, no hidden extras.
When you are running low on AdBlue®, simply call us to collect the IBC or make another order and we’ll replace the old one with a new 1000 litre container.
This AdBlue® starter kit is ideal for customers who would like an affordable alternative to using a powered IBC pump to dispense the AdBlue® from the IBC.
This IBC Starter Kit consists of
1 X 1000 Litre AdBlue® IBC (AB1000IBC)
1 X Premium AdBlue® Rotary IBC Hand Pump Kit (CTS1027)
First Order? Save money and purchase an AdBlue® IBC & Pump together.
Choose from one of our Starter Kits for AdBlue® (see below). Choose from a basic gravity hose kit, a rotary or piston pump or an electrical powered plug-in pump (230v) or a battery connected (12v) pump for faster and more convenient dispensing.
Our current delivery time for IBC’s and large items is between 5-7 working days. Most pumps and accessories ordered before 4pm will be delivered in 2-3 days, however during busy periods lead times can vary. For urgent items contact our office on 01508 493 647 for delivery info. Please note that for safe unloading purposes the IBC will require a forklift truck on delivery.
Delivery is free to Mainland UK. Some accessories and containers may have a small delivery charge, this will be added at checkout. For deliveries to the Scottish Highlands, The Isle of Man and the Channel Islands call us on 01508 493 647.
What is AdBlue®?
AdBlue® is a high purity non-toxic solution of Urea in demineralised water used in the exhaust systems of Euro4 or Euro5 trucks to reduce harmful emissions. AdBlue® is a trade mark owned by the VDA, most truck manufacturers use the SCR system which requires AdBlue®. To protect the SCR system the vehicle manufacturers have issued a specification standard ISO 22241 for the quality of AdBlue®. AdBlue® is stored in a separate tank on the vehicle.
It is precisely metered into the hot exhaust manifold where the urea solution breaks-down into Ammonia and reacts with exhaust gasses in the presence of a catalytic converter. The oxides of nitrogen formed at combustion are converted into harmless elementary nitrogen and water. This method is called Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR).
It is a common misconception that AdBlue® is a fuel additive. AdBlue® solution (Urea and water) reduces harmful emissions from diesel engines using SCR technology in Passenger Cars and other forms of diesel engines. The AdBlue® we sell is manufactured to ISO22241 standards in the UK under VDA Licence using only the highest quality Automotive Grade Urea and de-ionised Water.