The GASSONIC OBSERVER-i makes it possible to fully analyse the sound spectrum as low as 12 kHz since common high pass filters are not used. This provides a broader leak detection range which also increases sensitivity to smaller gas leaks, without interference from unwanted background noise.
ANN technology enables the GASSONIC OBSERVER-i to be installed without time consuming “training” sequences, and provides industry-leading detection distance, with unprecedented suppression of false alarms. In addition, ANN technology ensures that the GASSONIC OBSERVER-i has the same gas leak detection coverage in high and low noise areas. The device requires no alarm set points or trigger levels to be configured, nor do these alarm parameters need to be adjusted if background ultrasound were to increase or decrease over time.
Applications for Ultrasonic Gas Leak Detectors – Observer-I
LNG Storage tanks
Floating LNG Facilities
Gas Transmission Facilities
Artificial Neural Network (ANN) Improved detection range and background noise rejection prevents false alarms
One-person acoustic sound check with traceable portable test unit for high reliability and trouble free maintenance
HART and Modbus provides complete status and control capability in the control room
Event logging Stores fault, sound check, calibration, and alarm event history
Detects gas leaks from as little as 2 BAR (29 psi) pressure, allowing very small gas leaks to be detected quickly
Aquip Systems | Industrial Instrumentation
Aquip Systems is an Australian-owned, multi-disciplined company that has been operating in Australia for over 25 years. We deliver high quality products and specialist services to the petroleum, mining, ...