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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