At this current moment the employees of IGM-Detector are working on a wide array of complex and innovative engineering projects, which include:
The development of brand new gas detectors while modernising the current line, which includes improving stationary and independent models with decreased energy consumption, as well as integrating radio-modules for long distance wireless data transmission and gas control into our new products, with the modules being in-line with the most modern and reputable systems in the oil and gas industry’s communication standards, such as: Bluetooth, LoRa, ZigBee, GSM, LTE.
The development of a new generation of highly-sensitive and stable gas-analysing devices, the primary competitors of laser-diode spectrometers, including alterable polarising filters such as CIPS and Fabry- Perot. The technology and mathematical algorithms involved in analysing signals allow for the acquisition of selective concentrations of mixtures of hydrocarbons and toxic gases on the log within individual components.
The development of technology relevant to the open burning of hydrocarbons for flame detectors using a wide variety of methods for analysing emission. The photocells from this current production allow for (with maximum sensitivity) the detection of combustion products- carbon dioxide and hot water molecules in the control zone. The double-spectral temporal approach of determining combustion centres allows for maximum accuracy in preventing false-alarms, while achieving a record detection range of flames in a wide angle of vision and the highest noise immunity.
The creation of the newest type of photoluminescence based gas sensors for the selective detection of micro-concentrations of organic flying compounds (primarily — Benzene, toluene and xylene). In comparison to standard photoionisation sensors, the given technology based on the usage of specially developed luminescent materials allows for the detection of concentrations within individual components in the gas mixture, while also having low energy consumption, which allows for the creation of portable gas detectors on this basis for long-term continuous operation using built-in batteries.