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Infrared Camera Sees Through Flames

FLIR'S GF-series infrared cameras, previously know as GasFindIR, includes two IR cameras designed to detect industrial gas leaks and protect workers from leaking gas, which can cause fires and explosi...


September 1, 2009
By MRO Magazine

FLIR’S GF-series infrared cameras, previously know as GasFindIR, includes two IR cameras designed to detect industrial gas leaks and protect workers from leaking gas, which can cause fires and explosions. The GF320 is engineered to image VOCs including methane, sulphur hexafluoride, carbon monoxide and many other gases. It can scan large, hard-to-reach or dangerous areas from a safe distance, and allows workers to detect and trace even small quantities of gas leaks to their source. The GF309 is engineered for high-temperature furnace applications. It helps workers detect such problems as coking, scaling and ash build-up. Both cameras feature in-the-field playback of images, embedded GPS, embedded temperature measurement data and a flip-out, full-colour LCD.

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