The Environmental Protection Agency has mandated that manufacturers of diesel-engine powered vehicles reduce nitrogen oxide (NOx) emission levels. Many have turned to Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) as a method for achieving the mandated targets, and urea-based Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) is the key ingredient of this process. A closed DEF-dispensing system helps maintain DEF integrity by eliminating the need to install, remove, or clean a dip-tube.
With the DrumQuik PRO dispensing system from Colder Products Company, the dip-tube is installed by the chemical packager and travels with the DEF container. Upon arrival at the station or filling site, the dispensing coupler can be easily connected by the user. The closed-system design combines into one integrated unit a recyclable bung closure and dip-tube with a reusable quick disconnect coupler, ensuring that both sides are sealed from point-of-origin to point-of-use.
For safe and efficient delivery of DEF from bulk transfer containers, the DrumQuik PRO system is comprised of two components compatible with ISO 22241: a polypropylene coupler and a polyethylene drum insert assembly. The drum insert assembly contains a bung closure and dip-tube and can be shipped as part of the container package. No special tools are required to connect the coupler to the system.
For more information, visit www.colder.com/def.
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