Identify and quantify gas leaks quickly, accurately, and safely with Viper Imaging gas detection and emissions monitoring solutions.
From natural gas extraction to petrochemical operations and power generation, companies benefit greatly by relying on optical gas imaging (OGI) technology for inspection and maintenance. Leaks and fugitive emissions can occur as a result of aging assets, corrosion, mechanical failure, and other factors. Continuously monitor and proactively spot leaks with these powerful Viper solutions utilizing OGI.
Traditional sensors cannot respond to current safety and environmental challenges.
Continuous monitoring provides immediate notification of a gas leak and provides real-time quantification of emissions. Viper OGI systems can constantly monitor vital gas pipelines and installations in remote areas or zones with difficult accessibility. Rated for hazardous areas, these systems feature built-in gas quantification and are equipped with ViperOptic software.
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In this installation example, our customer needed continuous monitoring of three separate wells. With the Viper OGI system mounted on a pan/tilt, complete monitoring is achieved by a single camera.
Detect, color, and quantify the mass flow rate of leak
Reliable system provides early identification of problem areas
Increased revenue with consistent production
Improved compliance with environmental regulations
For your people
For your company
For your equipment
System Solution Components
Viper Imaging gas leak detection and emissions monitoring solutions: OGI cameras are integrated with ViperOptic software which directly communicates with most industrial platform controllers. The software will analyze and compare the data against predefined parameters and will trigger an alarm if warranted. These parameters can be adjusted based on the specific application needs.
Fixed cameras are mounted in industrial camera enclosures that use the appropriate purge and pressurization to protect the camera equipment. Viper Imaging provides solutions for Class I and Class II environments that are Division 1 or 2.