From a 2m distance, GasViewer GV-P-3234 can detect leaks as small as 0,35 gr/h of CH4.
Obviously, GasViewer GV-P-3234 can detect big leaks from a greater distance.
But leaks don’t need to be huge to be detected from a distance by GasViewer GV-P-3234.
During LDAR inspection, GasViewer OGI camera GV-P-3234 allows you to detect leaks from equipment not easily reachable otherwise.
Should your equipment be covered by insulation, in case of gas leak, the gas will always find a way out of the insulation. OGI camera such as GasViewer GV-P-3234 will save you time detecting possible leaks without removing the insulation.
From underground pipelines, as gas is lighter than air, it will find a way to get out of the ground. GasViewer GV-P-3234 will be able to detect it, thus saving you time avoiding you to dig down to the pipe to detect leaks.
GasViewer OGI camera GV-P-3234 might help you find leaks even in unexpected places. In this video, gas is getting out of the cooling water process. This gives you some insight of your equipment and shows your heat exchanges maybe leaking from the inside.
Another case of gas leak from an unexpected place seen thanks to GasViewer GV-P-3234. Gas is exhausting from the smoke box! (without mentioning the leak from the tank roof).