OPIS Releases Free Report on Urea/DEF Handling, Storage & Dispensing

May 11, 2009 - Press Release

While urea has long been used in agriculture as well as in European diesel exhaust fluid (DEF,) it is a new frontier for the U.S. transportation industry. Most 2010 model-year trucks will have new clean exhaust systems known as selective catalytic reduction (SCR), and urea/DEF will be required for them to run.

Here's your chance to prepare yourself for the upcoming usage of urea/DEF in OPIS' newest FREE white paper: Successful Urea/Diesel Exhaust Fluid Handling, Storage & Dispensing, sponsored by TerraCair, Spatco DEF Dispensing System, and Brenntag.

Specific topics covered in this free white paper include:

  • The political background that is driving urea/DEF demand.
  • How urea/DEF is produced and how to ensure its quality.
  • The production process for urea/DEF.
  • Challenges involved with urea/DEF storage.
  • And much more!

Download this free white paper now and gain an understanding of how this new fluid will affect your business. More information is available at www.opisnet.com.


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