SAN JORGE develops an intrinsically safe drone for use in explosive atmospheres

The flying drone is specially thought for the inspection of hazardous facilities such as the inner part of a deposit, oil and gas holding vessels or other confined containers with volatile and potentially explosive atmospheres.

The drone has been specifically designed for IECEX Class 1 Division 1 or ATEX Zone 0. Besides, it is capable of facing the most extreme temperatures and even bounces off the container wall to the surface without damage and without loss of control.

The flying robot is also able to fit through a 12” diameter opening. Additionally, it is designed to provide a double visual feed because of its capacity of both wide views for navigation and close views capable of resolving a wire between 0.5 and 10 mm of length at a distance of 5m.

 

 

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ATEX DRONE is an intrinsically safe drone for use in explosive atmospheres

14 thoughts on “SAN JORGE develops an intrinsically safe drone for use in explosive atmospheres

  1. Hi there,
    I operate an inspection company affileted sgs. We have been trying to source an inspection drone for use under procedure so permitting is no where as complex. We want to operate n a live plant. Saw the progress you you have made and with the number of fpso,s and bulk liquids carriers this device is to advance our company in west australia. We have massive lng projets and associated infrastructure. Can we talk about our requirements and current intrisincally safe applications
    Regards
    Graham Clark
    ++61 407446926

    1. Good morning,

      Due to the large number of requests received related to the ATEX DRONE development a newsletter will be released next week in order to provide more detailed information about the project evolution. To subscribe, please send an email to info@sanjorgetecnologicas.com.

      Thank you and best regards!

    1. Good morning,

      Due to the large number of requests received related to the ATEX DRONE development a newsletter will be released next week in order to provide more detailed information about the project evolution. To subscribe, please send an email to info@sanjorgetecnologicas.com.

      Thank you and best regards!

  2. I would like more information on this product. I work in the oil and gas industry and am looking for unmanned aerial vehicles (drone) that can be used in explosive atmospheres.
    Need to know price, availability, and flight characteristics.

    1. Good morning,

      Due to the large number of requests received related to the ATEX DRONE development a newsletter will be released next week in order to provide more detailed information about the project evolution. To subscribe, please send an email to info@sanjorgetecnologicas.com.

      Thank you and best regards!

  3. Could you supply more information. I operate a small team of inspection engineers and would like more information on your product.

    1. Good morning,

      Due to the large number of requests received related to the ATEX DRONE development a newsletter will be released next week in order to provide more detailed information about the project evolution. To subscribe, please send an email to info@sanjorgetecnologicas.com.

      Thank you and best regards!

    1. Good morning,

      Due to the large number of requests received related to the ATEX DRONE development a newsletter will be released next week in order to provide more detailed information about the project evolution. To subscribe, please send an email to info@sanjorgetecnologicas.com.

      Thank you and best regards!

  4. Could you guys please develop a Class 1 Div 1 Drone that has a sampling Gas monitor that can transmit readings to the remote control? that piece of equipment would save me thousands of dollars a year.

  5. If that sampling device is not practical, Could you please mount a FLIR on one of your intrinsically safe platforms?

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