JLM Lubricants

JLM BluBoost

J02385

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  • Cleans and prevents crystallization on AdBlue® injectors
  • Protects AdBlue® and SCR system
  • Reduce foaming
JLM BluBoost J02385 JLM Lubricants

JLM’s BluBoost additive cleans and prevents crystal formation in the AdBlue dosing system. It also conditions the AdBlue fluid for a longer time to ensure proper working of the AdBlue and SCR system. This helps prevent performance loss and the often-subsequent expensive repairs. It also reduces foaming at low temperatures.

About AdBlue

AdBlue is a fluid which is automatically sprayed into a car’s exhaust system (Selective Catalytic Reduction – SCR) to reduce the nitrous oxide emissions of diesel engines. AdBlue is made of a mixture of urea and deionized water. The widespread usage of AdBlue in modern diesel cars coincided with stricter Euro 6 emissions standards that have been in effect since 2016. AdBlue makes it much easier to lower the emissions of diesel cars, so they comply with these regulations.

AdBlue is usually checked and topped up if necessary, during a normal service, but it’s a good idea to check it and top it up between these intervals. Almost all cars that use AdBlue are fitted with a gauge on the dashboard to warn you if you’re running low.

Product information

How to use:

250ml of JLM BluBoost treats 100 litres of AdBlue. J02385 Back.png

•Because it is unlikely you will  know the exact amount of    existing AdBlue in the reservoir of your car, we recommend premixing the JLM BluBoost additive with the AdBlue top up fluid BEFORE pouring it into your car’s AdBlue reservoir.

• Check the table on the JLM BluBoost bottle to see how many milliliters of AdBlue Plus to add.

• Squeeze the bottle to fill the dosing chamber with the corresponding volume. It is important NOT TO OVERDOSE as this will have a negative effect on the good working of the AdBlue fluid.

• Empty the contents of the dosing chamber into the container with the AdBlue.

• Pour the premixed fluid into the AdBlue container of your car.

Important: Do not add AdBlue top up fluid or JLM BluBoost into your (diesel) fuel tank!

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Great addition

"This is a great addition to the products in my workshop. We continuously see fantastic results in the recovery of emissions and engine performance, among other things."

- Paul Finn

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Skeptical

"I was very skeptical, but after using the product and starting my car, I couldn't believe my eyes ... the yellow light in my car was no longer on!"

- Kevin Kalo

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Surprising­ly good

"I never thought that JLM would surprise me so much. It gets better and better every time. I will continue to use these products. The fantastic results speak for themselves. Keep up the great work."

- Andrew Watts

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Frequently
asked
questions

These are the most common questions we get from a potential distributor.

Can JLM Valve Saver Fluid be added to petrol?

Yes, no problem at all. In fact JLM Valve Saver Fluid is a very good and tested lead replacement additive. The treat rate is 1ml of Valve Saver Fluid for 1 liter of petrol fuel.

Is it OK to use the JLM Extreme Clean and the DPF Cleaner together?

No, this will not have a positive effect. In fact it may cause an adverse effect. And also the risk of overdosing! Never combine fuel additives

 

Will JLM Bluboost dissolve existing crystal infestation or is it more like a preventative product?

JLM’s Bluboost additive cleans and prevents crystal formation in the AdBlue dosing system. It also conditions the AdBlue fluid for a longer time to ensure proper working of the AdBlue and SCR system. This helps prevent performance loss and the often-subsequent expensive repairs. It also reduces foaming at low temperatures

Is the JLM Engine Oil Flush safe for use with wet belt engines?

Our JLM OIL FLUSH is safe to use with ‘wet belts’ (TBIO). This is mainly because we use non solvent and premium pack of oil cleaning additives.

 

Does the Petrol Emissions Reduction Treatment also clean the catalytic convertor?

The catalytic converter is not a filter, it functions by converting harmful emission gases into less harmful gases. The filter can become contaminated if for example there has been an oil leak, and when this happens the filter needs to be replaced. There is no additive or chemical that will remove physical contamination from a catalytic.

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