Infrared Gas Camera is the only Infrared Camera specially designed for the Petrochemical, Gas & Oil market requirements for gas detection and Smart LDAR compliance. Simplifying and broadening opportunities for use inside the facility limits without the need of a hot work permit allowing video and audio recording while maintaining intrinsic safety.
The Infrared Gas Camera allows the inspection of vast areas in a plant with an automated and simple user interface, visualizing the infrared image on a large color LCD. Build-In DVR (Digital Video Recording) allows video and audio recording for up to 6 continuous hours.
Gas leak detection equipment is vital to keeping your employees, environment and product safe. Infrared Gas Camera saves time in the search for fugitive gas leaks and provides confidence that equipment is free from leaks of methane and volatile organic compounds (VOC) and other gases…
- Industry Specific Design – EyeCGas was designed specifically for the harsh environments of the Oil and Gas industry; the camera is extremely rugged, robust, and is sealed for severe outdoor industrial conditions. EyeCGas was certified to meet IEC standards for temperature, humidity, vibration, and dust and water intrusion.
- The Infrared Gas Camera is the only camera certified for use in Class I Div 2 hazardous environments.
- Enhanced image processing algorithms to enable the detection and localization of the smallest gas leaks.
- Real time video recording with audio narration for improved debriefing and off line analysis.
- Safety – Detect safety risks by providing a clear visual of methane and other volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions.
- Environment – Quickly and clearly detect invisible fugitive gas emissions that are harmful to the environment.
- Operational Efficiency – Scanning for multiple elements simultaneously reduces the cost for leak detection and minimizes product loss for improved ROI.
- Glare Shield – For use in bright light conditions and allowing both eyes observation with a magnification of almost X3, to find more efficiently the leaks.
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