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Why You Should Customize Your Components?

Custom components in your vehicles, boats, and equipment can save you a lot of trouble in the long run, and even help boost your brand reputation. Find out how customization can improve product performance — and how the experts at KUS can help.

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What Material Is Best For Your DEF Tank

The main features people look for in a DEF tank are durability, reliability, customizability, and a fair price. Thankfully, the market has continued to innovate over the years, and there are more options available to replace your vehicle's DEF tank than ever before.

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Why Do Fluid Level Sending Units Fail?

Fluid level sending units help detect the liquid level within a tank or container. They are an essential component of fluid detection systems used in industrial and commercial applications.

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How Does a Tachometer Work?

How Does a Tachometer Work?

A tachometer is an instrument which measures the working speed of an engine, typically in revolutions per minute (RPM). It is commonly used in cars, boats, planes, and other vehicles. Most tachometer gauges have either an analog (dial) or digital (LCD or LED screen) display.

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What Does DEF Do: General Understanding

What Does DEF Do: General Understanding

Diesel Exhaust Fluid, better known as DEF, is a chemical compound known for neutralizing nitrous oxide (NOx) emissions that would otherwise be harmful to the environment and people. Nitrogen oxides contribute to the formation of smog and acid rain, they affect the tropospheric ozone. 

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DEF Tanks & DEF Senders: What You Need to Know

DEF Tanks & DEF Sensors: What You Need to Know

Diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) is a non-hazardous solution used within a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system to break down harmful pollutants (NOx) generated by a diesel engine. DEF is 32.5% urea, or aqueous ammonia solution, and 67.5% deionized water. The fluid is sprayed and then spread into the exhaust gas via a mixer before entering the SCR catalyst.

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