FLIR introduces the GFx320 camera featuring innovative optical gas imaging technology and designed specifically for detecting methane, other hydrocarbons, and volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions in many different sites such as well sites and offshore platforms. With calibration for temperature measurement to determine optimal ΔT between the gas compound and the background, the ability to detect more than 400 gas compounds, and FLIR's unique High Sensitivity Mode (HSM), this thermal camera accentuates plume movement with through image subtraction for the best images to find leaks and save on costs.
The GFx320 camera is independently certified as Intrinsically Safe and third-party approved for use in hazardous environments. It is capable of visualizing with sensitivity that complies with the U.S. EPA’s 0000a methane rule. Digital and automatic GPS tagging ensure results will meet reporting requirements without any extra equipment. Additional features include a tiltable viewfinder, articulating LCD screen, and a rotating handgrip. A camcorder-style construction permits the user to maintain three points of contact during operations.
For additional information on the FLIR GFx320 infrared camera, download the available datasheet.