Infrared (IR) thermography with FLIR cameras is a non-contact method for detecting the difference in temperature between a problem area and its surroundings. Depending on the underlying cause, the problem area may be warmer or colder than its surroundings. This temperature difference is clearly visible in the camera
The FLIR GF320 detects hydrocarbon and volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions from natural gas production and use. With this optical gas imaging camera, inspectors can check thousands of components and see potential gas leaks in real-time. The GF320 is lightweight, offers both a viewfinder and LCD monitor, and has direct access to controls. Embedded GPS data helps in identifying the precise location of faults and leaks, for faster repairs.