Newsletter | October 3, 2019

10.03.19 -- Infrared's Impact On Gas Leak Detection, Safety, And Security

 
Understanding Cooled vs. Uncooled Optical Gas Imaging
 

This webinar is meant to offer a better understanding of the similarities and differences in cooled and uncooled optimal gas imaging (OGI) cameras. Topics discussed will include the science behind the two types of cameras as well as the differences in gas contrast and sensitivity.

Reliable Leak Detection In Industrial Gas Pressure-Relief Stations
 

Tessenderlo Kerley International, a chemical group that supplies value-added liquid, soluble, and solid plant nutrition for agriculture applications with a focus on the production of potassium sulfate, relies on third parties to inspect for leaks of natural gas at their site on a regular basis. This case study follows the company as it tested an uncooled optical gas imaging camera during a leak detection job.

Thermal Imaging Cameras Support The Safety Of Italian Gasification Plants
 
Gasification is a promising technology for generating energy. At ISAB Energy, located in the vicinity of Priolo (Sicily), gasifiers are used to convert residual oil fuel into energy under high temperatures. To make sure this process runs smoothly and safely, thermal cameras are continuously monitoring the skin temperature of gasification vessels.
Fail-Proof Perimeter Security For Lukoil Neftochim Burgas
 

Lukoil Neftochim Burgas, based in Bulgaria, is the largest oil refinery in Southeastern Europe, processing 9.5 million tons of crude oil per year. The Lukoil oil production sites are vital to the Bulgarian economy, but also present a significant risk. To make sure its critical infrastructure is protected against unwanted intruders, the company called for a fail-proof perimeter security solution centered around thermal imaging cameras.