AdBlue has been produced to convert the toxic gases in the fuel residues generated by the engine's operating system in heavy vehicles such as Euro 4, Euro 5 and Euro 6, which are produced with today's technology, into gases with less damage than other gases. It is a kind of fuel that aims to reduce the damage to the environment to some extent.
Carbonaceous wastewater generated by the engine's operating system is diluted and converted into CO2 and water vapor, which are in the less harmful gas class, and the unburned fuel during the discharge process is sent back to be reburned through the NOx sensor. Since no filtering can be applied to nitrogenous gases, these gases reach a level that negatively affects human health and nature. These Nitrogen Oxide gases (NO, N2O, NO2) must be supported with AdBlue in order to make them less harmful. Nitric gases discharged with this system can be converted into urea and the damage to the environment is reduced.
Although the ADBlue system does not have any negative effect on vehicles, a serious decrease in vehicle performance occurs when the AdBlue fuel decreases or runs out. This situation also causes an increase in the amount of fuel consumed by the vehicle. In order to prevent this negative picture, the AdBlue analysis system, which was created by the Nitro Mechatronics R&D team, provides the desired positive effect on vehicles. The analysis of the system is provided by AdBlue Emulators. With the connection of the Adblue Emulator to the vehicle, all the problems that arise due to the AdBlue fuel system are solved. With the connection of the Nitro Mechatronics Adblue Emulator to the vehicle, it is seen that the vehicle performance has reached the desired level again. In addition, it is seen that the increased fuel consumption due to the disruption in the AdBlue system has reached normal levels and even better performance.