For the first time, performance of industrial flares can be monitored directly, remotely, and autonomously. This patented technology removes significant uncertainties associated with flare performance, reduces expenses associated with flare monitoring required by regulations, and minimizes compliance deviations.
Optical gas imaging (OGI) cameras (a.k.a. IR cameras) have been widely used by industries and regulators to detect gas leaks. The cameras are a very useful visual tool. However, they cannot quantify leak rates.
Providence Photonics has developed two quantitative OGI (qOGI) products that enable leak quantification using OGI cameras.
AUTONOMOUS LEAK DETECTION
If you are concerned about possible gas leaks that could cause an incident of significant environmental release or catastrophic explosion, you should consider an autonomous remote gas leak detection system. Such a system will monitor potential gas leak 24/7.
Providence Photonics specializes in the development and utilization of advanced technology in the field of optical gas imaging while tackling some of the industry’s most challenging environmental and safety problems. Using patented technology, advanced computer vision techniques, and state-of-the-art infrared single and multi-spectral imagers, we deliver solutions for many applications, including leak quantification, leak survey validation, autonomous remote leak detection, and flare combustion efficiency monitoring.
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