Safety Scan’s OGI Quantification Service

Safety Scan prides itself on delivering smart gas leak protection to a variety of industries across the United States. By harnessing the power of the latest technology and industry advancements, we are able to provide a wide array of services and products which provide reliable and efficient gas leak detection, lone worker protection, and gas monitoring in all types of working areas.

Now, thanks to the breakthrough technology developed through a partnership by Providence Photonics and FLIR, Safety Scan is proud to offer a new service: Optical Gas Imaging Quantification.

OGIq, also known as quantitative optical gas imaging (qOGI), is one of the most advanced gas detection methods out there. Working in conjunction with the FLIR QL-320, optical gas imaging quantification allows surveyors to measure mass leak rates (in lb/H or g/h) or volumetric leak rates (cc/min or L/min) for most hydrocarbons and toxic gases.

The QL-320 OGIq device has the capability to be used at a wide range of distances, offering maximum safety while allowing the surveyor to monitor even those hard-to-reach areas, storage tanks, and other locations.

Safety Scan is now the world’s first and only gas leak detection company to be manufacturer certified as a qualified service provider for optical gas imaging quantification. We are proud to offer this service to industries and businesses throughout the United States.

Learn more about the QL-320 optical gas imaging quantification device and contact Safety Scan today to request a free demonstration of this exclusive service at your facility.

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About Optical Gas Imaging Quantification

Optical gas imaging quantification, like all of the services and products offered by Safety Scan, represents the future of smart gas leak detection.

OGIq completely eliminates the need for secondary sampling devices to quantify gas leaks and other volatile organic compounds. That’s because with an OGIq device, users have the capability to measure mass leaks while also analyzing thermal contrast during leak inspections.

The QL320 features temperature screening tools which are built directly into a device, which ensures that the complete scope of the gas leak is recorded and not confused with the background.
QL320 OGI quantification devices are user-friendly, portable, and provide efficient and accurate results in a matter of seconds.

By quantifying the gas leak at the source, with measurements based on the pounds of gas released per hour, the QL320 provides operators with an ability to enact the proper safety procedures and mitigate the problem quicker than ever before.

Not only that, but the QL320 — which works in conjunction with the FLIR GF320 optical gas imaging cameras — can measure the size of gas leaks from safe distances. Additional features of OGIq technology include:

  • Highlighting fugitive gas emissions with color for improved visibility.
  • In-field reporting provides readings in real-time, with features available to archive measurements, provide colorized video and images, and more.
  • Touch-screen tablet display provides high contrast and is dust and water tight.
  • Connects to the FLIR GF320 without the need for modifications.
  • Custom calibration settings to quantify mass leak rates, plume highlighting, and temperature screening.
  • Detects methane and most hydrocarbons.

Safety Scan is now the only service provider in the world to offer optical gas imaging quantification services to our clients. Contact us today for a free demonstration.

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Safety Scan is committed to bettering the world through innovation. With our smart gas leak detection products and services, industries which work in potentially hazardous areas with volatile organic compounds get the peace of mind they need and deserve.

Contact Safety Scan today for more information about our services and products, or to request a free demonstration of our new optical gas imaging quantification technology.