The Drager MetCam gas camera continuously monitors large areas for possible methane leaks, making the source and intensity of leaks visible and even detecting small emissions.
Visualise gas leaks
In the oil and gas industry, there are often spacious or labyrinthine plant areas that are difficult to reach or whose gas pipelines have many connections. Here, typical gas detection systems reach their limits. However, even under these conditions, an optical gas detection camera makes gas leaks visible regarding their source and intensity. An ideal complement to your gas detection system for a more accurate and faster assessment of a potential hazard.
Increased safety and efficiency
The MetCam automatically monitors your facility around the clock. Unlike point detectors, the gas source need not be in the immediate proximity of the gas camera. It is sufficient if the source is in the camera’s field of view. The detection is thus independent of wind or similar influences. The MetCam detects gas leaks early and can warn you against them. This way, you can initiate countermeasures faster. This means more safety for your facility and greater efficiency.
Simple interpretation of the event and multipurpose use
The gas camera visualises the gas cloud as a coloured overlay on the black-and-white video image and independently quantifies the concentration. As a result, you interpret the event from a safe distance, for example, from your control room. You can also use the MetCam to measure emissions or as a surveillance camera with a colour image.
Fewer false alarms, low maintenance
The camera recognises independently if the optics are dirty or covered and alerts you accordingly. This reduces false alarms and ensures that your system is ready for use. To adapt to changing weather conditions, the MetCam regularly performs a self-calibration. Special maintenance or calibration is unnecessary, and the maintenance effort is low.
Various communication options
The MetCam offers communication interfaces and supports corresponding data and video transmission protocols. The analogue, 4 to 20 mA current interface in conjunction with HART®, can transmit the alarms and the device status. The video transmission takes place via the Ethernet interface using LAN. There are two different operating modes available at the same time. One mode is transmitting the black-and-white video with a colour overlay of the detected gas cloud in case of a leak. The second mode is a colour video for area monitoring without showing the gas concentration.
All events and measured data are stored automatically, allowing you to understand and evaluate them later. You can also create emission logs with little effort.
3703415 MetCam Camera (M25)
3703416 MetCam Camera (3/4 NPT)
3703417 MetCam Camera (M25, Temp)
3703418 MetCam Camera (3/4NPT, Temp)
3703419 MetCam Camera (M25, Temp, Wi-Fi)
3703420 MetCam Camera (3/4NPT, Temp, Wi-Fi)
3703421 Pan Tilt Mounting Set
3703422 Weather shield
3703423 Functional test sheet