DEF Terminals

Since 2010, diesel engine manufacturers have increasingly relied on selective catalytic reduction technology (SCR) to reduce nitrous oxide emissions from exhaust gases in response to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Clean Air Act. SCR technology requires the DEF (Diesel Exhaust Fluid) as an after treatment by spraying the fluid into hot exhaust gas after it passes through the diesel particulate filter. That mixture of hot exhaust gas and DEF then passes through a catalyst where poisonous gases are converted into nitrogen and water.

Musket currently operates seven DEF production terminals across the United States with plans to double that count by Q2 2017. Musket began producing DEF in 2014 strategically to address increasing market demand, supply redundancy concerns and logistical optimization opportunities. Our mission is to offer a reliable bulk wholesale DEF rack position to meet our customers' growing demand in conjunction with reducing empty mileage driven to secure this product. We understand the industry’s need for a quality DEF supplier with a flexible 24/7/365 operation that can be counted on in terms of stable supply, product integrity and overall competitiveness. All Musket DEF terminals produce the highest quality product utilizing best in class QA/QC procedures, meeting API and ISO 22241 standards.

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Existing DEF Terminal Locations:

  • Memphis, Tennessee
  • Kingman, Arizona
  • Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • Louisville, Kentucky
  • Morrow, Georgia
  • Alorton, IL
  • Big Spring, Texas
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