Our Gas Leak Detection inspection services are a preventative maintenance solution that spots gas leaks in piping, flanges and connections in petrochemical operations. Our technology can rapidly scan large areas and identify gas leaks in real time. It is ideal for monitoring plants that is difficult to reach with contact measurement tools. Literally thousands of components can be scanned per shift without the need to interrupt the process. It reduces repair downtime and provides verification of the process. And above all it is remarkably safe, allowing potentially dangerous gas leaks to be monitored from several meters away.

Our Gas Leak Detection inspection services will significantly improve your work safety, environmental and regulatory compliance, not to mention helping to improve the bottom line by finding gas leaks that essentially decrease profits. Our technology embeds GPS data into the image allowing technicians to pinpoint the location of the leak or hot spot.

Do you want to prevent efficiency losses due to undesired gas leaks? Do you want to be certain that your operation meets the conditions laid down in environmental legislation?

Infrared gas leak detection detects undesired gas leaks

Infrared gas leak detection uses time-honoured technology, infrared imaging. This technology is used to visualise gases by using the physics of volatile gases. A revolutionary infrared camera detects a wide range of no less than 20 different volatile organic compounds, which are shown on the screen as smoke. It is also unrivalled in detecting even the smallest gas leaks.

Gases Detected

• Carbon Monoxide (CO)
• Nitrous Oxide (N2O)
• Ketene
• Ethenone (C2H2O)
• Butyl Isocyanide
• Hexyl Isocyanide
• Cyanogen Bromide (CNBr)
• Acetonitrile (C2H3N)
• Acetyl Cyanide
• Chlorine Isocyanate (CClNO)
• Bromine Isocyanate (CBrNO)
• Methyl Thiocyanate (C2H3NS)
• Ethyl Thiocyanate
• Chlorodimethylsilane ((Ch3)2SiHCl)
• Dichloromethylsilane
• Silane (H4Si)
• Germane (GeH4)
• Arsine (AsH3)