FLIR optical gas imaging (OGI) cameras can help you detect methane, sulfur hexafluoride, and hundreds of other industrial gases quickly, accurately, and safely - without shutting down systems. With FLIR OGI cameras, you can scan broad sections of equipment rapidly and survey areas that are hard to reach with traditional contact measurement tools. OGI cameras can also detect leaks from a safe distance, displaying these invisible gases as clouds of smoke.
Your optical gas imaging equipment must be capable of imaging a gas that is half methane, half propane at a concentration of 10,000 ppm at a flow rate of ≤60g/hr from a quarter inch diameter orifice.
Watch FLIR VP of US Sales, Brent Lammert, give a technology brief to the Environmental and Energy Study Institue (EESI) on reducing methane emissions with optical gas imaging.
Detect invisible gases escaping into the environment faster and more reliably than traditional “sniffer” detectors with FLIR OGI cameras.
Continuous monitoring allows you to be immediately informed when a dangerous or costly gas leak appears, so immediate action can be taken.
FLIR Systems partners with Pixel Velocity to offer software solutions for remote detection of hydrocarbon leaks. Pixel Velocity’s award-winning automated Leak Detection System (LDS) works in concert with FLIR Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) cameras to scan for escaping gas in remote locations or in critical areas that require continous monitoring.
FLIR Systems partners with Providence Photonics on the announcement of new Quantitative Optical Gas Imaging (qOGI) technology, which is designed to work solely with FLIR GF-Series cameras. By using Providence Photonics’ QL100 in conjunction with a FLIR GF320 camera, surveyors can measure mass leak rates (lb/h or g/h) or volumetric leak rates (cc/min or L/min) for most hydrocarbons.
Gain a greater understanding of optical gas imaging (OGI) technology and how it can help you find and repair gas leaks quickly, saving time, money, and the environment. This iBook offers: