New Gas Imaging Camera OGI 640 Installed by LinkedAll Aerial Solutions

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LinkedAll Aerial Solutions releases its new optical gas imaging camera that solves safety and compliance issues for oil and gas companies. 

The OGI 640 is an oil and gas drone payload that can detect gases that humans cannot see with the naked eye. It has been specifically designed to help refinery and plant managers detect gas leaks in order to solve the problem as quickly as possible and reduce VOC emissions to a minimum. 

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, an average refinery would emit 600 to 700 tons of VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) each year. Some of them could act as carcinogens. Plant and refinery managers and workers are on the front line and risk suffering heavy consequences from these leaks. That’s why LinkedAll Serial Solutions has taken on the mission to solve this problem. 

The camera is made in the USA and detects an extraordinary list of substances that simply cannot be seen: acetic acid, ammonia, benzene, butadiene, butane, ethane, ethylbenzene, ethylene, heptane, hexane, isoprene, MEK, methane, methanol, MIBK, octane, 1-Pentane, propane, sulfur dioxide, toluene, vinyl chloride, and xylene. 

Operators will enjoy the outstanding quality of this camera with a 640×512 pixel HOT MWIR detector array with a special narrow bandwidth cold filter in a miniature stirling cooler with an f/15 cold screen and an optimized lens custom-built to provide the best thermal sensitivity. It will be connected to the Matrix 300 RTK which can make distance and location measurements that are accurate to the centimeter. 

Rick Yu, CEO of LinkedAll Serial Solutions mentions: “The OGI 640 is a perfect tool for the oil and gas industry. It allows the operators to increase efficiency while working in the field. The OGI 640 offers the ability to visualize 23 different hydrocarbons. This, in return, will help increase productivity and decrease emergency situations.” 

LinkedAll Aerial Solutions will officially launch the OGI 640 at the 4C Market Place on the 19th of August 2021. For more information, please visit https://www.linkedall.com/ogi-640/. 

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