Infrared for the Energy Industry
See invisible energy and gas.
There are endless ways to apply infrared cameras for the energy industry. From optical gas imaging to temperature measurement, thermal cameras visualize important industry functions in ways the human eye cannot.
Thermal cameras produce images and results in real-time, increasing operational efficiency for industry leaders. Thermal imaging cameras help you detect the presence of gases and fugitive emissions, making it easy to isolate the source of potential gas leaks. Additionally, the technology makes it easy to perform a wide range of tasks in the energy industry, such as monitoring tank levels, checking wind turbine components, identifying hot spots on machinery, and so much more.
Preventative inspections with thermal cameras help you catch issues and faults before they become expensive or dangerous problems. Thermal imaging technology for the energy industry helps you operate more efficiently, prevent loss, save capital, and reduce environmental impact.
Increase workplace safety
Inspect hard-to-reach areas
Reduce environmental impact
Improve speed and efficiency
Find an infrared energy solution that’s right for you.
Infrared Camera options for the Energy Industry.
ICI’s infrared energy systems are highly accurate and adaptable to all diverse situations needed in the energy sector.
ICI has a tool for you, from oil and gas to renewable energy.
Unmanned Infrared Systems
Handheld Thermal Cameras
Optical gas imaging enables O&G professionals to visualize invisible gases, detect gas leaks, perform pipeline inspection services, and much more.Learn more
FAQs: Thermal Cameras for Energy Industry
Below are some commonly asked questions regarding infrared thermometers vs thermal cameras.
What is an infrared drone inspection?
Energy sector professionals find immense value in infrared drone inspections. ICI’s UAV with thermal cameras give you a bird’s eye view over hard-to-see areas like wind farms, solar farms, oil wells, and smokestacks. Our UAV Sensor Control Module enables your drone to handle up to three infrared cameras so you can measure temperatures, detect invisible gas, and capture thermal images from afar. Contact our team to discuss your unique needs.
How can infrared in the energy industry help save money?
Utilizing an infrared tool, auditors can check the effectiveness of energy tools. This allows for predictive maintenance. Early detection allows the energy industry to catch a problem before it happens and plan for the necessary repairs. In turn, this prevents a complete shutdown, therefore saving time, money, and resources.