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Gas detection Infrared Cameras

Adiradh Energy Energy offers FLIR GF-Series cameras Flir GF 306, Flir GF320, Flir GFx320 , Flir QL320 Quantitative Optical Gas Imaging System for GFx320/GF320,Flir GF 300, Flir 304 ,GF 343,Flir GF 346,Flir GF 620, Flir GF 77, FLIR A6604 , FLIR G300 A Series can document gas leaks that lead to lost product, lost revenue, fines, and safety hazards .Optical gas imaging cameras give the power to spot invisible gases as they escape, can find fugitive emissions faster and more reliably than with sniffer detectors.
Flir GF306 detects sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) – used to insulate high voltage circuit breakers, industrial refrigerant and fertilizer anhydrous ammonia (NH3) • Acetic acid • Acetyl chloride • Allyl bromide • Allyl chloride • Allyl fluoride • Anhydrous ammonia • Bromomethane • Chlorine dioxide • Ethyl cyanoacrylate (superglue) • Ethylene • Freon-12 • Furan • Hydrazine • Methylsilane • Methyl ethyl ketone (MEK) • Methyl vinyl ketone • Propenal • Propene • Sulfur hexafluoride • Tetrahydrofuran • Trichloroethylene • Uranyl fluoride • Vinyl chloride • Vinyl cyanide • Vinyl ether.

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Flir GF320 detect methane emissions from the production, transportation, and use of oil and natural gas, • Methane • Methanol • Propane • Benzene • Ethane • Propylene • Ethanol
• Pentane • 1-Pentene • Isoprene • Butane • Ethylbenzene • MEK • MIBK
• Toluene • Octane • Heptane • Xylene • Ethylene • Hexane

Flir GFx320 Intrinsically Safe Optical Gas Imaging camera has third-party certifications for use in hazardous areas, allowing for quick leak detection while maintaining safety and visualizes small hydrocarbon leaks with the sensitivity needed to meet the standards Hazardous Location Compliance ATEX/IECEx, Ex ic nC op is IIC T4 Gc II 3 G ANSI/ISA-12.12.01-2013, Class I Div 2 CSA 22.2 No. 213, Class I Div 2.

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Flir QL 320 : Quantitative Optical Gas Imaging System For Gfx320/Gf320 The QL320 by Providence Photonics is a quantitative optical gas imaging (QOGI) system that allows surveyors to measure the leak rates for methane and other hydrocarbons. This eliminates the need for secondary sampling with a toxic vapor analyzer or similar tool. Plus, the QL320 does not require close contact with the gas in order to measure emission rates, making it a safer solution for quantifying gas leaks.

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Flir GF304 detects the refrigerant gases: • R22 • R125 • R134A • R143A • R245fa • R404A • R407C • R410A • R417A • R422A • R507A

Flir GF343 lets you see CO2 leaks quickly and accurately, whether the gas is the result of a production process, part of an Enhanced Oil Recovery program, or being used as a tracer gas for hydrogen. CO2 is a primary greenhouse gas, with emissions resulting not only from the combustion of fossil fuels but also from industrial processes, oil production, and manufacturing. Reliable non-contact CO2 detection allows plants to inspect equipment while it is still online in the course of normal operations, avoiding unplanned outages. It also helps keep operations safe while moving towards carbonneutral capture and storage operations.

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Flir GF346 detects carbon monoxide and the following gases: • Acetonitrile • Acetyl cyanide • Arsine • Bromine isocyanate • Butyl isocyanide • Chlorine isocyanate • Chlorodimethylsilane • Cyanogen bromide • Dichloromethylsilane • Ethenone • Ethyl thiocyanate • Germane • Hexyl isocyanide • Ketene • Methyl thiocyanate • Nitrous oxide • Silanev

Flir GF77: 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.

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