GRAYESS is a leader in the design, manufacture and marketing of special customized infrared thermal imaging solutions and software for a wide variety of applications.
Our software is clearly structured, easy to use, and at the same time, highly sophisticated. The compatibility and the ease of data exchange with other products is another important feature of our software. More than 3000 installations worldwide are proving the quality of our products and their high appreciation.
During these years we could acquire an unique know-how and understanding of the demands and requirements in this very particular market. Since we started it has always been our main goal to create high sophisticated infrared thermal image analysis software.
Since 2006 this task is concentrated in a new company: GRAYESS Inc.
At GRAYESS, we believe that selling a product is just the beginning of an intense and trustful customer relationship. We want to support you in reaching your goals and protect your investments. We're committed to providing you with high-quality training and product support.
IRT KilnMonitor® is a full featured computer system that allows you to monitor, process and trace data from rotary cement and steel kilns. Unlike existing solutions it is based on standard microbolometer radiometric infrared cameras, as used in a variety of different applications. IRT KilnMonitor can integrate several cameras per kiln as well as allowing several kilns to be observed at once.
Kiln number monitored on one computer is only limited by the hardware performance.
Several scanners per kiln
Combinations of several scanners and pyrometers.
Kiln envelope profile
Kiln shell infrared image
Temperature measurement at any kiln shell surface spot. Updated after every full rotation.
2D infrared image display
Kiln design display
Kiln parts with different colors and information on every part. Brick refractory zones. Shadow zones.
Bricks and coating thickness calculation
Bricks and coating thickness is estimated using the actual kiln shell temperatures and the kiln development history stored in the database.
Trending for spots, lines or areas of the kiln shell (spot temperature value, line and area minimum, maximum and average temperature). For the real-time data and for the historical data.
Possibility to recall any kiln state from the history and display it on the screen for reference: as kiln shell image, as envelope profile or as a difference map between the current and the history image.
History forms one image where every line represent one record in the history.
Worst case image
Image that shows maximum temperature at every kiln shell spot over some selectable period of time.
Brick and coating thickness of the complete kiln. Brick and coating thickness at kiln section. Brick and coating thickness at kiln interval. Colorized: greed-yellow-red.
Analysis objects on the 2D image
All analysis objects are with labels containing selectable information.
3D kiln display