Stationary Monitoring Systems

Special applications as monitoring of the product leakage from the underground or surface storage reservoirs require a stationary version of our popular gas analysers. We supply the completed network of stationary monitoring stations equipped with various standards of wire-less communications and data collection/graphic interpretation software. The instruments are housed in robust aluminium/plastic cases able to be installed in rough environment.

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Some highlights within our stationary monitoring systems are:

  • Network of monitoring stations (or individual station) located on the surface of large area evaluates the leakage of product from surface or underground locations.
  • Scalable client / server architecture.
  • Very deep touch of monitoring – up to 1500 meters (in case of underground pressurized gas reservoirs).
  • Measuring unit can simultaneously evaluate also a seismic data.
  • Selection of about 200 gases for selective monitoring with various detecting principles.
  • Extreme sensitivity with huge dynamic range – up to 0.01 – 10 000ppm caches and evaluates the smallest leakage in very early stage
  • Automatic zeroing secures unique zero stability.
  • Each station is completely independent self-sufficient operation, individual stations communicate wireless (WiFi, GSM/LTE), measuring parameters can be changed remotely, autonomous measurement can be remotely overtake into full manual via remote control.
  • Calibration check “in-situ”
  • Graphical output with overview to the whole network with ALARM signalization.
  • History of measured data is visualized remotely for each station independently in tabular and graphic form, possible export to 3-D visualization software
  • Robust construction for outdoor installation.

Main control panel

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Window with station details

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Full remote control for distant manual measurement

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Tabular and graphic visualization of data history

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Configuration of one measure station

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