Newsletter | February 18, 2020

02.18.20 -- Increase Safety And Efficiency With Optical Gas Imaging

 
Best Filtering Practices For Accurate Fired Furnace Tube Measurement
 
Thermal imaging is an ideal noncontact inspection tool for tubes inside a working oil-refining furnace, but performing temperature measurement through flames is challenging. Fortunately, new filtering techniques are improving the accuracy of such measurements.
Understanding Cooled Vs Uncooled Optical Gas Imaging
 
Optical gas imaging (OGI) cameras have traditionally been designed with cooled IR detectors that offer several advantages over uncooled detectors, but often have higher costs. However, advancements in uncooled technologies have allowed OGI camera manufacturers to design and develop lower cost solutions to OGI industries.
Understanding Filter Methods For Uncooled Optical Gas Imaging
 
Optical gas imaging (OGI) with infrared cameras excels at detecting gas leaks, but some businesses that might find it useful are put off by the cost. Now a new generation of cameras that rely on uncooled detectors is bringing OGI to more users.
Optimizing Gas Detection Camera Performance And Safety
 
Besides the simple automatic mode of operation in an infrared gas detection camera, there are several other techniques that further enhance the ability of an operator to detect gas streams. This article explains how to optimize your gas detection camera’s performance and offers tips on safety.
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Uncooled Infrared Camera Visualizes Methane Emissions In Real-Time
 

The FLIR GF77 is the first uncooled infrared camera designed to visualize methane emissions in real-time. This affordable alternative is optimized for faster and more efficient gas leak surveys in renewable energy production, natural gas power plants, and at locations along the natural gas supply chain.