The FLIR GF300 detects methane, other hydrocarbon, and volatile organic compounds resulting from the production, transportation, and use of oil and natural gas. This camera can scan large areas and visualize potential gas leaks in real-time, so you can check thousands of components over the course of one survey. Designed with the user in mind, the GF300 is lightweight, offers both a viewfinder and LCD monitor, and has direct access to controls.
The FLIR GF300 is unbeatable at detecting gas emissions, with a High Sensitivity Mode that lets you visualize even the smallest leaks in real-time. Use this visual verifcation to pinpoint the exact source of the emissions and begin repairs immediately. In addition, the GF320 is capable of measuring temperatures up to 350 °C with ±1 °C accuracy, allowing you to note temperature differentials and improve gas plume detection.
- Improved efficiency: The FLIR GF300 reduces revenue loss by pinpointing even small gas leaks quickly and efficiently, and from a distance. It also reduces the inspection time by allowing a broad area to be scanned rapidly and without the need to interrupt the industrial process.
- Increased worker safety: OGI allows gas leaks to be detected in a non-contact mode and from a safe distance. This reduces the risk of the user being exposed to invisible and potentially harmful or explosive chemicals. With a FLIR GF300 gas imaging camera it is easy to scan areas of interest that are difficult to reach with conventional methods. The camera is ergonomically designed, with a bright LCD and tiltable viewfinder, which facilitates its use over a full working day.
- Protecting the environment: Several VOCs are dangerous to human health or cause harm to the environment, and are usually governed by regulations. Even small leaks can be detected and documented using the FLIR GF300 camera.