Drones / Inspections

We offer you the inspection of structures by means of aerial drone for demand-oriented shutdown planning.

The pilots we employ have over 20 years of experience in the inspection and repair of elevated flares and industrial structures.

The drone and camera technology used is designed to provide you with high-resolution images for reliable findings. You can follow the inspection live on a separate monitor.

This is the technical data for our octocopter

  • Unladen weight: 2.3 kg
  • Starting weight: 4.2 kg to 4.5 kg
  • Weight of largest component: approx. 600 g (camera)
  • Drive: 8 AC external rotor motors
  • Radio communications 2.4 Ghz bidirectional, 5.8 Ghz analogue
  • max. flight time: 13 min (without camera, live image only)
  • max. flight time: 7 min (with camera)
  • max. Speed: 60 km/h
  • max. wind speed 35 km/h
  • Dimensions: 850 mm centre distance, ca. 450 mm height

Drones / Inspections

  • Qualified fight inspections
  • Our own pilots
  • Live transmission, photos and video recording
  • Thermal imaging
  • Reporting and documentation

We deliver

  • Live video
  • Experienced pilots
  • Optimised image quality
  • HD video
  • Qualified inspection reports

Safety equipment

  • Storage battery warning: 3 independent systems, acoustic and optical
  • Position hold: By flipping a lever on the ground station, the Octocopter logs on to the current GPS data and holds its position
  • Coming home: By flipping a lever, the Octocopter navigates independently to a position 60m above the take-off point
  • Functioning in the event of radio failure: Automatic return flight to ‘coming home’. After 15 seconds slow descent flight until connection is restored or the drone lands. 11 Black box: Recording of all relevant flight parameters on memory card