By Stuart Radnedge2015-05-27T14:20:00+01:00
Over 700 detecting devices from Spectrex have been selected by the Ichthys Project – for use in its’ world-class project.
The Ichthys Project is a world-class project to develop a gas and condensate field approximately 130 miles (200km) off the northwest coast of Australia.
The project, which is operated by INPEX, is a joint venture with major partner Total and various Japanese and Taiwanese Gas companies and is due to start production in 2016.
A first of its size to be operated by a Japanese company, the project has installed over 500 SharpEye IR3 flame detectors, accompanied by over 200 SafEye Open Path Gas Detectors.
Spectrex Inc. is a technology leader in optical Flame and Open Path Gas Detection (OPGD).
Since 2007, Spectrex has been involved in fire protecting the new EnCana headquarters – The BOW building in downtown Calgary, Canada. The building features four large atria and Spectrex was consulted for advice on how to protect these large areas against fire.
Spectrex SharpEye 40/40I IR3 Flame Detectors were recently selected for a newly constructed oil rig. Wintershall chose the IR3 detectors for their new RAVN unmanned platform that will serve in the Danish part of the North Sea. The SharpEye detectors were installed to provide high performance detection of the entire ...
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