Sampling from Hazardous Sources
With the DR1000 sampling drone operator can stay safely away from hazardous sources while acquiring environmental samples.
Direct Flare Plume Sampling
The DR1000 can be flown into the plume of a flare to take direct samples for analysis for chemical composition and olfactometery. Temperature and humidity of the plume are also measure to ease dispersion calculation.
Continuous Chemical Monitoring
The Scentroid DR1000 flying laboratory provides continuous monitoring of multiple chemicals. While in flight, five built-in chemical sensors can provide remote monitoring of chemicals selected at the time of ordering.
Above 30 Chemicals
Chemical monitoring can be provided for H2S, CH4, CO2, SO2, VOCs, and above 30 other selected chemicals. Chemical readings along with GPS position and altitude can provide 3D mapping of ambient pollution and odour levels. This feature can also be used to guide the operator into a plume for bag sampling.
The Scentroid DR1000 flying laboratory can also provide continuous monitoring of PM 1, 2.5 and 10 using a laser scattered particulate counter. The dust monitoring can be installed in addition to the 5 chemical sensors for complete ambient air quality assessment.
A thermal imaging camera can also be installed for visual confirmation of fugitive emissions in a variety of applications such as landfills, storage tanks, and oil/gas pipes.
- Fugitive emission
- Flare emission
- Leak detection along oil pipe lines
- Landfill methane and odour emission
- And much more