Optical Gas Imaging Thermography Certification Courses
Skilled users of the FLIR GF-Series and legacy GasFindIR cameras can inspect more than 3,000 connections per day in many applications—six times more than inspectors using current sniffer technology. This provides organizations the most efficient LDAR inspection technology so they can meet many required emission reduction actions, including regulatory oversight like the US EPA OOOOa for the Oil and Gas Industry.
Students in the Optical Gas Imaging Certification course will learn how to set up and operate FLIR optical gas imaging (OGI) cameras to ensure maximum proficiency. They will learn how to optimally adjust their cameras for varying field conditions to find gas leaks and under what environmental parameters gas leaks are most easily found, somewhat easy to find, and difficult to find. With this, students be able to ensure their OGI camera and inspections meet a wide variety of operating envelope challenges, with the ultimate goal of meeting any required work practices or verification checks of the technology.