Diesel engines are now required to meet strict NOx levels to comply with emission zone standard set out by local governments. The preferred method involves injecting a urea based chemical, more commonly named AdBlue, directly into the exhaust system.
AdBlue components are very susceptible to failure if misuse occurs or they are not serviced in line with manufacturers recommendations. Adblue system common failures include using of out of date AdBlue, cross contamination from filling stations and not following recommended service intervals.
A system failure can be very costly to an operator. Misuse of a system can cause premature failure of the dosing modules and injectors. It is integral that these units are maintained and the fluid is free from any form of contamination in order to allow the system to operate effectively. The implications of operating vehicles with known emissions issues, no matter how small, can have huge consequences for operators; which has been well publicised in recent months across various trade publications.
Alliance Transport Technologies have worked with various key operators and manufacturers over the past eight years to help support the industry with new OEM products and a remanufactured service that meets OEM standards. Working with selected OEM suppliers allows for stocking and remanufacture of products using original equipment parts, all whilst passing any cost savings made onto the customer. By using Alliance tested products and services the UK’s largest fleet operators are witnessing huge expenditure savings.
All products are extensively tested using state of the art specifically designed testing equipment to ensure all units meet all OEM specification prior to use. Twelve months warranty is standard on all service exchange and repaired items.
To find out more about our remanufacturing process, visit our remanufacturing page.
Likewise, for more information about our new parts division, visit our new parts page.