Smart leak detector for liquid pipelines with a nominal diameter of 200 mm / 8“
Smart leak detector for gas pipelines
Smart leak detector for smaller liquid pipelines with a nominal diameter of 100 mm / 4“
Chassis for the GLD 20x,
specially designed for the corresponding pipeline
Charger unit and interface between the GLD 20x and the GLD 710
Portable electronic leakage
Magnetic pig signaller
Fully-automated fixed artificial leak
The main component of the modular system is the smart GLD 202, or GLD 204, Leak Detector which stores multi-sensor signals from the pipeline and, following internal processing, prepares them for later analysis.
Liquid pipelines from 8” in diameter
Liquid pipelines from 4” in diameter
Chassis for the GLD 202 / GLD 204 that is specially designed for the corresponding pipeline. It supports the leak detector and centres it inside the pipeline. It is propelled by the pumped medium and has an additional distance and velocity measurement system.
ATEX 0 certified
Charger unit and interface between the GLD 20x and the GLD 710. It is used for charging the batteries, data transfer, and system monitoring.
The US marker produces an induced, defined 35 kHz signal inside the pipeline, and serves as a way point marker for smart pipeline pigs.
Gas and liquid pipelines
ATEX 1 certified
The electronic, artificial leak transmits a signal inside the pipeline which simulates a real leak, and serves as verification of the leak detection system.
Magnetic pig signaller for pig tracking, as well as pipeline operational management.
GLD 611 features – General
GLD 611 features – Central Unit
GLD 611 features – Sensor
Analysis software for evaluating GLD 20x run data.
Fully-automated fixed artificial leak for generating a real-world monitored leak.
Flexible separator balls for separating, or loading different product qualities.
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Presentation about „Detecting Illegal Tappings – A Research Case Study“ by René Landstorfer, Operating Manager of GOTTSBERG Leak Detection, on VPS (Virtual Pipeline Summit).
Präsentation zum Thema „Detektion von Produktdiebstahl an Rohrleitungen – Eine Forschungsfallstudie“ von René Landstorfer, Betriebsleiter von GOTTSBERG Leak Detection, auf VPS (Virtual Pipeline Summit).