Tag Archive: DEF

The Coronavirus and Its Impact on Industry

February 19, 2020

Shipping Delays, Disruptions in Manufacturing and Logistics Already Being Felt As China and now several other countries continue to experience devastating health effects of the coronavirus, impact is also being felt among American businesses, including automotive, manufacturing and oil. As industries across the board experience shipment delays and disruptions in... Read More +

5 Things to Keep in Mind About Price Increases

February 10, 2020

How to Use Spikes as a Cue to Institute Positive Change, Streamlined Practices Price increases are often uncomfortable to discuss, but unfortunately they are an unavoidable part of our business. At SCL, our goal is to help you navigate these occurrences and, if possible, use them as opportunities to strengthen... Read More +

Spill Prevention and Secondary Containment

April 16, 2019

New Innovations in Secondary Containment Systems California is tough on waste management, and secondary containment systems are often an essential part of a compliant spill prevention protocol. Title 22, referring to waste generation, is an official code of regulations within the state of California that outlines specific parameters for properly... Read More +

Prilled Urea Versus Liquid – How Different Forms Affect DEF Cost

January 28, 2019

Liquid Urea vs Prill Form and the Cost of DEF When it comes to the manufacture of diesel exhaust fluid, or DEF, whether the urea content begins in liquid solution or solid prill form can impact the cost of manufacture and ultimately the price of the finished product. DEF is... Read More +

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Urea Granular Versus Líquida: Cómo Afectan las Diferentes Formas al Costo de DEF

January 28, 2019
Urea Granular Versus Líquida Urea Liquida Versus Forma Granular y el Costo de DEF Cuando se trata de la fabricación… Read More +

Maritime DEF – Emission Standards on the Open Seas

November 27, 2018

SCR Systems Installed Aboard Ocean Going Vessels In 2015, the Environmental Protection Agency began implementing emission regulations for the maritime industry by requiring selective catalytic reductions (SCR) systems and the use of marine urea and diesel exhaust fluid (maritime DEF). Initially, the EPA sought to impact emission levels by focusing... Read More +

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DEF Marítimo: Estándares de Emisión en Mar Abierto

November 27, 2018
DEF Marítimo Sistemas SCR Instalados a Bordo de Buques de Navegación Marítima En 2015, la Agencia de Protección Ambiental comenzó… Read More +

Used DEF Containers – How to Avoid SCR System Contamination

November 6, 2018

Why Used DEF Containers Are One-Time Use Vessels “Whatever you do, do not leave used DEF containers lying around empty… throw them away, replace them or recycle them,” says subject matter expert, Robert Santich – North American Managing Director for Top!Blue USA. “Not disposing of or recycling your used DEF containers... Read More +

Urine and DEF in Your Engine = Bad Idea

October 16, 2018

Why Peeing in Your DEF Tank is a Terrible Idea Misinterpretations can be a source of entertainment, even when you’re talking about something as mundane as urine and DEF (diesel exhaust fluid). Somewhere along the line a rumor gets started, it spreads slowly, somehow sounds like a good idea, builds... Read More +

DEF Pricing – Factors That Impact the Rise & Fall of the Market

October 2, 2018

A Myriad of Factors Affect the End Cost of DEF In 2010, the EPA created a mandate that all medium and heavy duty vehicles were required to reduce emissions (most notably NOx) by incorporating diesel exhaust fluid, or DEF. DEF is a non-hazardous solution consisting of a 32.5% urea and... Read More +

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Precios de DEF: Factores que Impactan el Auge y Caída del Mercado

October 2, 2018
Precios de DEF (Fluido Diesel para el Sistema de Escape, por sus siglas en Ingles) Una Sinfín de Factores Afectan… Read More +
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