Detect Industrial Refrigerants, Potent Fertilizers

Anhydrous ammonia or pure NH3, is a low-cost, energy efficient refrigerant with industrial applications. While NH3 is not considered a greenhouse gas, it is explosive when mixed with air and a potent irritant. NH3 is widely used as a fertilizer and in the manufacture of plastics, pesticides, and dyes.

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OGI Application Stories

Ten tips to get the most out of your OGI camera

Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) cameras use spectral wavelength filtering and Sterling cooler cold filtering technology to visualize the infrared absorption of VOC/hydrocarbon, SF6, refrigerants, carbon monoxide and other gases whose spectral absorption matches the response of the camera.

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Optical Gas Imaging Cameras for Ammonia Leak Detection


Handheld: FLIR GF306

Visualizes refrigerants such as Anhydrous Ammonia NH3. This portable, non-contact system allows you to quickly scan wide areas for leaks, so you can begin repairs sooner.