According to the report published by Navigant Research, $37 billion is expected to be spent from 2014 to 2023 on CIS and analytics. Moreover, the utility spending for improving customer … Read More
THE SOUTHERN CROSS EXPERIENCE PREMIER PROVIDER OF FIELD SERVICES IN THE UTILITY INDUSTRY THE SOUTHERN CROSS EXPERIENCE PREMIER PROVIDER OF FIELD SERVICES IN THE UTILITY INDUSTRY THE SOUTHERN CROSS EXPERIENCE … Read More
The IRwin® Methane Leak Detector is a portable methane leak detector for a fast and easy survey of gas pipelines. This unit can operate on different surfaces and situations during survey, is highly sensitive, responds quickly and has a short recovery time. The IRwin® is lightweight and durable, making it the perfect solution for days spent outdoors surveying. State of the art technology allows for fast data collection, secure storage, and updated analysis. IRwin® provides an integrated GPS to minimize operator risk and provide accurate data collection, while Bluetooth capabilities ensure faster download of data and enhance analysis through electronic grids and surveys.
The Irwin natural gas detector has the following key differentiators from our competitors:
- Intrinsically Safe
- Bluetooth interface to download the survey results to a laptop or other compatible device.
- Built-in Integrated GPS for tracking your surveys with the date and time stamp
- Chromatography Analysis – Ability to differentiators between natural gas and swamp gas (Ethane and Methane Analysis)
- Durable design for tough environments
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