Since 2001, When first introducing its emission monitoring service for the petrochemical industry, Enserve has developed its emission surveying techniques from conventional “sniff-and-tag” to the present smart LDAR methodology.
This methodology is specifically designed to locate, quantify and reduce volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions, that present fire and health risks as well as being harmful to the environment. Gas and vapour (VOC) leaks from valves, piping and other process equipment is located by means of infrared scanning techniques. Equipment is tagged, leak concentrations quantified with conventional gas monitors and the data recorded and captured on IS Tablets interface with our unique software package .
This allows us to create immediate leak reports which include, plant equipment description, leak data, potential mass loss per annum as well as photographs and videos of leaking equipment. Reports can be uploaded on the customers database the same day.