When H2Blu Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) is injected into diesel’s exhaust, it helps convert polluting NOx (oxides of nitrogen) into harmless nitrogen and water. H2Blu is API certified and meets ISO 22241 to ensure that your vehicle meets strict North American diesel emissions standards and because it’s guaranteed pure, it keeps your vehicle operating at maximum efficiency.
Sept 30, 2011
September 30, 2011 – TORONTO — Wakefield Canada today opened its H2Blu diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) solutionizing facility in Toronto. Today’s ribbon cutting ceremony took place well ahead of the original business timetable. The plan called for building a facility eventually when H2Blu volume warranted the step; the strength of sales in the first six months have already justified the investment.
Wakefield Canada has been marketing its own brand of DEF, H2Blu, for less than half a year and its market success has already accelerated the company’s plans for Canadian production. Bob MacDonald, President of Wakefield Canada, today cut the ribbon officially opening the high tech facility that will take prilled urea, the raw ingredient in DEF, and process it into ready-to-use H2Blu DEF. The solutionizing facility is housed within Wakefield’s existing lubricant blending plant in Toronto’s Long Branch area. The facility is understood to be the first of its kind in this country. Wakefield sources prill through CDI (Cervantes-Delgado Inc), a strategic partner of PotashCorp…read more