Targeting emissions worldwide

The UK's leading LDAR company with over 20 years' experience managing programs around the world

Our LDAR programs reduce environmental impact by minimizing the release of airborne pollution and contaminants.

Through a structured program of identifying the source of emissions and then taking action to eliminate or minimize it, major client gains can be made.

What is a leak detection and repair program?

An LDAR program is the system of procedures a facility implements to locate and repair leaking components, including valves, pumps and connectors, in order to reduce the emissions of fugitive volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and hazardous air pollutants (HAPs). It is the most effective method of controlling fugitive emissions on site.An LDAR program is the system of procedures a facility implements to locate and repair leaking components, including valves, pumps and connectors, in order to reduce the emissions of fugitive volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and hazardous air pollutants (HAPs). It is the most effective method of controlling fugitive emissions on site.

Gas Detection Camera

We use pioneering gas detection technology to visualise fugitive hydrocarbon leaks at chemical plants, refineries, liquid natural gas terminals and landfill sites.

A leak detection camera allows the user to examine many potential leak sources in a short time and from a distance.

What is a leak detection and repair program?

An LDAR program is the system of procedures a facility implements to locate and repair leaking components, including valves, pumps and connectors, in order to reduce the emissions of fugitive volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and hazardous air pollutants (HAPs). It is the most effective method of controlling fugitive emissions on site. An LDAR program is the system of procedures a facility implements to locate and repair leaking components, including valves, pumps and connectors, in order to reduce the emissions of fugitive volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and hazardous air pollutants (HAPs). It is the most effective method of controlling fugitive emissions on site.

For more information please see https://www.phoenixsealing.co.uk/ldar/