The LI S GasVue MG-30 which shows you where your leaks are located in real-time on a TV monitor.
According to the experts, about 90% of the fugitive emissions from chemical plants and oil refineries come from less than 1% of the components currently required to be leak checked. Since the majority of plant fugitive emissions are due to the "large leakers", to make serious emission reductions, all you need to do is quickly locate and repair your large leaks.
How can you do this? By using the wide area leak visualization capability of the LI S GasVue MG-30 which shows you where your leaks are located in real-time on a TV monitor, and at distances up to 30 meters. The MG-30 is a wavelength-tunable version of the GasVue TG-30 system (US patent #4,555,627) that is currently being used in the electrical utility industry to reduce their SF6 emissions. The tunable laser in the GasVue MG-30 allows detection of up to 80 hazardous gases. It quickly locates 10,000 ppm leaks which are easily documented since the video output may be recorded by VCR and/or displayed on any conventional TV monitor. And the news gets better - the US EPA is now considering the GasVue leak detection method as an alternative work practice to Method 21.
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