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The first approach to any No Man Entry methodology, we believe, should be to have the ability see from the outside what happens inside the tank,
with no need to open any access point.
Thermography is a method of producing visual images from invisible thermal radiation. Infrared thermographic cameras are used to detect thermal energy and convert it to visible images.
By the use of infrared cameras and a specific software Sepor is able to map, monitor and determine the sludge profile inside the tank.
Using this technique Sepor is able to find the best tank-cleaning strategy for each specific tank and to monitor the fluidization process in order to understand the point of mixture reached by the fluid circulation.