See hydrocarbon leaks clearly
Scan thousands of connections for natural gas (methane) and other hydrocarbon leaks quickly and from a safe distance to avoid regulatory violations, fines, and lost revenue.
OGI CAMERA FOR HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS
MODEL: FLIR GFX320, 14.5° FIXED LENS
The FLIR GFx320 represents ground-breaking technology for visualizing fugitive hydrocarbon leaks at natural gas well sites, off-shore platforms, liquid natural gas terminals, and more. Its certifications for use in hazardous locations allow surveyors to work confidently while maintaining safety. FLIR designed the GFx320 with the user in mind, offering ergonomic features such as the articulating LCD screen to help you avoid fatigue during all-day surveys.
MODEL: FLIR GF620, 14.5° FIXED LENS
The FLIR GF620 is the first high-resolution, handheld camera from FLIR to detect methane and other volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions. With its ground-breaking 640 x 480 resolution IR detector, inspectors can check thousands of components and safely scan for gases from greater distances. It's also the first FLIR OGI camera to offer Quantification mode (Q-Mode) for streamlined set-up of the optional QL320 gas quantification system.
GAS FIND IR
FLIR GF77 is the first uncooled infrared camera from FLIR to visualize methane emissions in realtime for faster, more efficient gas leak surveys. This nimble, affordable alternative to FLIR’s industry-leading cooled optical gas imagers was designed for use by renewable energy producers, at natural gas power plants, and at locations along the natural gas supply chain.
Find SF6 leaks easily
Scan substation circuit breakers for sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) leaks at a safe distance from high-voltage areas, without the need to shut down operations.
The FLIR GF306 optical gas imaging camera visualizes sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) and other gas emissions without the need to shut down operations. SF6 is used in the electric power industry as an insulator and quenching medium for gas-insulated substations and circuit breakers. The portable, non-contact GF306 allows you to quickly scan substations for leaks while maintaining a safe distance from high-voltage equipment. By catching leaks early, the GF306 reduces lost revenue to breakdowns and repairs.
SF6 OPTICAL GAS IMAGING CAMERA
MODEL: GF306, 14,5 ° FOV
Find leaks at steel plants
Protect workers and the environment from toxic levels of carbon monoxide (CO) by pinpointing leaks quickly and efficiently
The FLIR GF346 optical gas imaging camera detects carbon monoxide (CO) and 17 additional gases without the need to interrupt your plant's production process. CO emissions can be a significant threat to primary steel manufacturing operations; even the slightest leak in a vent stack or pipe can have a devastating effect. With the FLIR GF346, inspectors can scan large areas from a safe distance, pinpointing leaks in real-time, reducing repair down-time, and providing repair verification.
INFRARED CAMERA FOR CO DETECTION AND ELECTRICAL INSPECTIONS
MODEL: GF346, 14,5°
Detect leaks from hydrogen-cooled generators
Imaging the tracer gas, CO2, with an optical gas camera allows operators of hydrogen-cooled generators to efficiently find hydrogen leaks.
The FLIR GF343 is an optical gas imaging camera that lets you see carbon dioxide leaks quickly, easily, and from a safe distance. Whether CO2 is a by product of a production process, a trace gas used to detect hydrogen leaks from power generators, or part of an enhanced oil recovery program, fast and accurate detection of CO2 is key to keeping your operation running safely, efficiently, and profitably.
OPTICAL GAS IMAGING CAMERA
Detect R-124 compressor leaks
Find leaks early to avoid interruptions in operations, prevent the loss of perishable products, and limit the environmental impact of toxic refrigerants.
REFRIGERANT LEAK DETECTION CAMERA
MODEL: GF304, 14,5°
The FLIR GF304 detects refrigerant gas leaks without interrupting or shutting down operations. Refrigerant gases are highly toxic, environmentally harmful, and heavily regulated. By detecting refrigerant gas leaks early, companies can avoid the cost of replenishment and limit environmental impact. The GF304 allows inspectors to visualize these gases, discover hidden leaks, and confirm repairs once their complete.
Electrical / Mechanical Inspections
A solid predictive maintenance program can make the difference between meeting or missing production deadlines. So many companies rely on FLIR thermal imaging and Test & Measurement tools to survey and troubleshoot mechanical equipment and electrical systems. These tools allow technicians to inspect energized equipment safely—even at peak operation. Along with troubleshooting, thermal imaging cameras and non-contact measurement tools can also help optimize the production process and monitor quality control.