Diesel Exhaust Fluid from Ports PetroleumAt Ports Petroleum we want to make it easy and convenient for your company to start driving for cleaner air with DEF. We have the nationwide scope, equipment solutions, and customized distribution to accomodate your company's unique needs.
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Advantages of using DEF from Ports• Variety of equipment solutions
• Delivery and transport options
• High quality products
• Reduced emissions
• Improved engine lubricant and filter life
• Reduced maintenance costs
Partnership ProgramAs part of our partnership program we will provide you with the following benefits:
• Efficient and timely deliveries to your customers and distribution centers
• We will act as your delivery source – Set Tote(s) and Refill
• Personal commitment – the human touch
- Speak directly with our sales team
- We are committed to helping you achieve your goals
• Continuous updates on the DEF industry
- Email notifications
- Daily/Weekly phone support
• Training for your sales staff
- Information packets
Contact us for more information on the Partnership Program.
DEF InformationDEF, or Diesel Exhaust Fluid, is a NOx reduction agent comprised of 32.5% urea and 67.5% purified water. When used in diesel engines with Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology, DEF helps convert NOx into harmless nitrogen and oxygen. Without DEF, NOx works to form smog, acid rain and nitric acid in the air, all of which are bad for health and the environment.
SCR & the DEF ProcessSCR is the leading technology in NOx reduction for diesel engines. NOx reduction is necessary because NOx can contribute to acid rain and smog, making it harmful to our health and environment.
In order to reduce NOx emissions, SCR requires a catalytic converter and a reducing agent known as Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF). DEF is injected directly into the exhaust upstream of a catalyst, where DEF vaporizes and decomposes to form ammonia. The ammonia then works in conjunction with the SCR catalyst to break down NOx into harmless nitrogen and water vapor. The diagram on the right illustrates the Diesel Exhaust Fluid process.