Our Diesel Exhaust Fluid Sales Team Helps You!
What is DEF? Diesel Exhaust Fluid, or DEF, is used in a Selective Catalytic Reduction System (SCR) and reduces Nitrogen
Oxide (NOx) emissions.
It brings 3 direct benefits to your trucks:
- They can’t run without it. Vehicles equipped with an SCR system use sensors to determine that DEF is in the system and not another liquid such as water. The SCR system is made integral to driving – when the DEF runs out the truck will slow to a crawl, and in deluxe models, it quits on you.
- DEF improves your fuel economy. By reducing exhaust gas re-circulation with a mix of water and urea DEF captures 90 percent of the foul air that would otherwise be injected back into your truck’s intake.
- Advertising that you’re a green brand increases your sales. It’s proven that telling people you have DEF as a part of your SCR system gives you a green, money-making benefit.
Call McPherson and ask for DEF: 1-888-802-7500
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We ship across the south – from Alabama to the Florida Panhandle.
You can find DEF at many C-stores, but why wait until you’ve got a limping, broken down truck? A busy business can’t afford that.…Now’s the time to plan smart:
- Buy DEF from McPherson at a cheaper rate than you can at even your favorite retailers. The more you plan…the more you save.
- Equip your entire fleet with extra DEF and you’ll never be stranded limping down a lonely highway at 5 miles an hour…30 miles from the nearest exit to nowhere.
Call McPherson to talk to our DEF sales team at 1-888-802-7500, or at email us at email@example.com
Learn how we can streamline your fleet, save you money and lower your insurance exposure with a master plan for your Diesel Exhaust Fluid and SCR systems.
The Story of Diesel Exhaust Fluid
- DEF is API certified and meets ISO22241 specifications.
- Diesel Exhaust Fluid is non-toxic, non-flammable, colorless, non-hazardous, and very easy to use, and applies to vehicles produced since 2010.
Currently, there are two technologies that meet these 2010 EPA guidelines: 1. Advanced EGR
and 2. Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR)