1. Infrared Camera For CO2 Leak Detection: FLIR GF343

    The GF343 is an infrared optical gas imaging camera designed to quickly and easily detect CO2 leaks from a safe distance. This non-contact CO2 detection technology helps prevent unplanned outages by permitting the inspection of equipment while it is still online in the course of normal operations.

  2. Infrared Camera For SF6 Detection And Electrical Inspections: FLIR GF306

    FLIR offers the GF306 optical gas imaging camera designed to visualize and pinpoint SF6 and other gas emissions without the need to shut down operations. With the ability to quickly scan wide areas for leaks at safe distances, these cameras enable quicker repairs, and reduce revenue costs and safety concerns involved with gas-insulated substation and circuit breakers.

  3. Infrared Cameras For Gas Leak Detection And Electrical Inspections: FLIR GF300/GF320

    The FLIR GF300/GF320 cameras are designed for the detection of methane and Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) fugitive emissions that come from the production, transportation, and use of oil and natural gas. These cameras operate by scanning large-scale areas and visualize potential gas leaks in real-time. They are ideal for monitoring plants that are difficult to reach with contact measurement tools.

  4. Infrared Camera For Methane, Hydrocarbon, and VOC Detection: FLIR GFx320

    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.

  5. FiltraFast™ Extreme-Rate Compressible Media Filter

    FiltraFast™ is a high-rate downflow gravity or pressure filter that uses a unique compressible media. The filter only uses hydraulic loading to create the required media porosity without any mechanical compressing devices. A proprietary backwash sequence enables maximum recovery, extends media life, and limits energy consumption. This process 1) significantly reduces the footprint compared to sand filters, and 2) reduces maintenance and replacement costs required by disc filters, and other compressible media filters.

  6. New FiltraFast™ Achieves High-Rate Filtration Within A Very Small Footprint

    The new FiltraFast™ extreme-rate compressible media filter recently developed by SUEZ achieves up to 10 times the hydraulic loading rate compared to conventional filters, within a compact footprint. FiltraFast™ is customizable to meet specific requirements of different applications, including process water and wastewater treatment.

  7. Comprehensive Guide To Flow Solutions For Harsh Environments

    From principles of operation to sizing and configuration tools, this new 25-page guide details flow solutions for harsh environments. The focus areas include downstream chemical, oil and gas applications, molten sulfur, delayed coker applications, and enhancing oil recovery areas.

  8. 76 klps InGaAs Linescan Camera: 2048L Datasheet

    The shortwave infrared 2048L-10 InGaAs Linescan Camera from UTC Aerospace features 2048 pixels @76,000 lines/sec. UTC AS manufactures a full line of InGaAs-based shortwave infrared (SWIR) imaging and detection products for a variety of applications including security, surveillance, machine vision, process control, spectroscopy, recycling, glass inspection, imaging through dust, haze, and fog, and many others.

  9. Inspectahire Relies On Optical Gas Imaging For Leak Detection In the Offshore Oil And Gas Industry

    Inspectahire is a company that helps customers manage the safety, profitability, and environmental impacts of their assets through remote visual inspection technologies and solutions. The FLIR’s GFx320 Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) camera is their preferred technology to use when tasked with the detection of fugitive hydrocarbon emissions.

  10. Optical Gas Imaging At Jonah Energy: Saving Gas And Money Through Regular OGI Surveys

    The oil and gas industry loses an average of eight million metric tons of methane through gas leaks every year. Although this does not equate to some major methane leaks in the past, such as at the Aliso Canyon natural gas storage facility in 2015, the industry is still faced with how to best find and repair leaks at potential escape points. As an alternative to the industry standard for leak detection and repair, Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) is being used to make surveys easier and more efficient.