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Fixed Gas Find IR Camera

The FLIR GF77a is the first uncooled autonomous leak detection camera from FLIR designed specifically to visualize methane gas. This affordable, fixed-camera solution provides upstream and midstream gas processors, producers, or operators the features they need to continuously monitor for potentially dangerous, invisible methane leaks. Small and lightweight, the FLIR GF77a is packed with FLIR-patented features, such as High Sensitivity Mode (HSM), for improved gas visualization. The GF77a can help oil and gas companies maintain valuable capital equipment, avoid product loss, meet emissions reduction metrics, and ensure safer work practices. The GF77a also comes in a GF77f variant that includes environmental housing for harsh environments.

FLIR G300 a Series

Optical Gas Imaging Camera For Gas Leak Detection

The FLIR G300 a optical gas imaging (OGI) camera visualizes gas, so you can monitor installations in remote or hazardous areas for gas leaks. Through continuous monitoring, you can catch dangerous, costly hydrocarbon or volatile organic compound (VOC) leaks and take immediate action. OGI cameras are widely used in industrial settings, such as natural gas processing plants and offshore platforms. It can be easily integrated in housings with application-specific requirements.

FLIR A6604

Continuous Gas Leak Detection Camera

Optical gas imaging cameras from FLIR can visualize and pinpoint gas leaks. An optical gas imaging camera makes it easy to continuously scan installations in remote areas or in zones that are difficult to access. Continuous monitoring allows you to instantly see when a dangerous or costly gas leak appears so that immediate action can be taken. Optical gas imaging (OGI) cameras are widely used in industrial settings such as oil refineries, natural gas processing plants, offshore platforms, chemical/ petrochemical industries, and biogas and power generation plants. OGI cameras such as the FLIR A6604 detect harmful greenhouse gases that can seriously harm the environment .


Automated Methane Monitoring Solution with Optical Gas Imaging

The FLIR ADGiLE™ system is an advanced methane detection solution designed to provide continuous and autonomous monitoring of gas leaks. Integrating over a decade of FLIR’s advanced Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) technology, ADGiLE enables operators to quickly identify and address methane emissions. This system significantly reduces the need for manual inspections, offering real-time alerts and visual insights that help users act swiftly to prevent hazards and maintain operational efficiency.

FLIR G300 pt Series

Multi-Sensor Optical Gas Imaging Camera for Gas Leak Detection

The FLIR G300 pt is an optical gas imaging (OGI) camera that allows you to continuously monitor remote or hazardous installations for hydrocarbon and VOC gas leaks. OGI cameras visualize gases, so you can easily pinpoint leaks and begin immediate repairs. The G300 pt camera is in an IP66-rated pan-tilt housing that's safe for use in industrial settings such as offshore platforms, petrochemical plants, and power generation plants.

FLIR G620a

Fixed-Mount Hydrocarbon/VOC Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) Camera

Find gas leaks while meeting governmental and environmental emission goals with the FLIR G620a: a long-lived, cooled OGI camera solution for continuous monitoring at upstream and midstream gas production and processing facilities. The G620a is spectrally filtered to see methane (CH₄), hydrocarbons, and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) with a performance OGI detector that meets sensitivity requirements set forth in U.S. EPA OOOOa and Appendix K. Small and lightweight, the G620a installs quickly and relies on a simplified web interface. Never miss a moment of monitoring thanks to the robust linear cooler which supports 27,000 hours of non-stop operation. The FLIR G620a can help oil and gas companies maintain valuable capital equipment, avoid product loss, meet emissions reduction metrics, and ensure safer work practices.