Detect Industrial Solvent and Fuel, Ethyl Alcohol

In an industrial setting, ethyl alcohol is used as a solvent, fuel, and building block for additional chemicals. Ethyl alcohol – or ethanol – has a low flash point, making it very likely to catch fire or explode when near an ignition source. Ethanol can also be found in common antibacterial hand sanitizer gels as an antiseptic.

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Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) cameras use spectral wavelength filtering and Sterling cooler cold filtering technology to visualize the infrared absorption of VOC/hydrocarbon, SF6, refrigerants, carbon monoxide and other gases whose spectral absorption matches the response of the camera.

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Optical Gas Imaging Cameras for Ethyl Alcohol Leak Detection


Handheld: FLIR GFx320

Ground breaking technology for visualizing fugitive leaks.


Handheld: FLIR GF300/GF320

This preventative maintenance solution spots leaks nine times faster than traditional "sniffer" methods.


Fixed: FLIR G300a

Provides continuous monitoring of oil and gas field components, allowing energy producers to immediately spot dangerous gas leaks and repair them quickly.


Fixed: FLIR A6604

These cameras provide excellent coverage of remote areas, or components that are difficult to access.


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