The Sherlock was the first optical gas imaging camera to be introduced to the market in 2002.
The Sherlock demonstrated the first optical gas imaging in many oil and gas facilitates in both the US and Europe
Sherlock was tested by the EPA’s National Risk Management Research Laboratory (NRMRL) and its verification organization partner, Battelle, at the Advanced Monitoring Systems (AMS) Center under ETV program.
After extensive testing both in the laboratory and field trials Sherlock was certified by EPA under the ETV program as a product that could used for optical gas imaging by industry to comply with mandated fugitive gas leak testing.
Sherlock used to find SF6 gas leaks at electrical substation
Sherlock calibration process with propane gas leak
Sherlock used in oil processing plant to find fugitive gas leaks
Sherlock detecting and imaging a methane gas leak
Sherlock used to find fugitive gas leaks in an offshore oil rig