• Intrinsically safe OGI camera enables operators to assess dangers from a safe distance at rigs, refineries and plants

Safety

Intrinsically safe OGI camera enables operators to assess dangers from a safe distance at rigs, refineries and plants

May 02 2022

FLIR will demonstrate its first Intrinsically Safe certified OGI camera at PEFTEC. The FLIR GFx320 detects and visualises invisible hydrocarbon gas emissions, such as methane, and common volatile organic compounds (VOCs) found at oil and natural gas facilities. The GFx320represents ground-breaking technology for surveying critical and potentially dangerous work zones. Instead of scanning for fugitive and non-fugitive gas emissions from outside hazardous areas, with the FLIR GFx320 workers can assess potential risks from afar and, once the area is deemed safe, enter with the camera to continue scanning. FLIR designed the GFx320 with the user in mind, offering ergonomic features such as the articulating LCD screen to help you avoid fatigue during all-day surveys.


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