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OpGal Camera Detects the Little Leaks Responsible for Big Pollution

Environment  (tags: Israeli technology, pollution detection, gas leaks )

- 1073 days ago -
There are many invisible sources of pollution. Leaks from pipes or underground storage facilities; or undetected emissions of pollutants from unexpected or unknown sources Effective gas-leak detection equipment is vital. OpGal has developed EyeCGas FX


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Animae C (508)
Saturday April 16, 2016, 6:03 pm
OpGal has developed EyeCGas FX, a gas-leak detection camera for installation in petrochemical, oil and gas plants as well as offshore platforms and rigs.

"The system, said OpGal, is able to quickly detect a variety of hydrocarbon gas emissions such as ethylene, methane, butane, propane and various VOC (volatile organic compounds). EyeCGas FX includes a sensitive IR camera and an HD color camera for fast recognition of such fugitive emissions in the areas being inspected. It then automatically alerts plant personnel via a color display and warning message, or connect to alert systems such as text message systems."

An awesome & much needed invention!
Thanx David

Maggie D (69)
Sunday April 17, 2016, 1:46 pm
"Authorities are looking in the wrong place, says OpGal, instead of examining the towers that spew out smoke, what needs to be checked is the joints on the pipes that transport gas, oil, and chemicals." Another big leap forward courtesy of Israel. Thanks, David.

Raleighaway koritz (359)
Tuesday April 19, 2016, 11:01 pm

Dawnie W (250)
Friday April 22, 2016, 12:19 am
Read with interest and passed on. Thank you for sharing David.
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