Krystalvision Protect India’s oldest refinery and India’s first oil well along with first refinery pipeline with more than 15 Units of Latest Dual View X-Ray Baggage scanners.

Krystalvision Protect India’s oldest refinery and India’s first oil well along with first refinery pipeline with more than 15 Units of Latest Dual View X-Ray Baggage scanners.

Krystalvision, a leader in threat detection and security screening technologies, announces that it has successfully executed orders to deliver more than 16 dual view checkpoint X-ray inspection systems for IOCL Barauni Refinery, Bongaigaon Refinery, Digboi refinary, Jammu Refinery etc. and for IOCL headquarters in Delhi. The inspection systems will be used to screen personal belongings of all those entering the area.

Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) is an Indian government owned oil and gas explorer and producer. The public sector undertaking is ranked 212th on the Fortune Global 500 list of the world’s biggest corporations as of 2021.

IOCL facilities fall under critical infrastructure and are guarded by Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) using SOPs similar to aviation sector.

KV6550DV is a state-of-the-art dual view checkpoint X-ray inspection system with tunnel of 65 cm (w) x 50 cm (h), using two independent x-ray monoblocks to screen baggage thoroughly. It uses innovative dual view technology to generate a top and side view of the bag under inspection. These perpendicular images eliminate the need for security screeners to reposition or to re-scan the object regardless of their orientation in the x-ray tunnel, thus greatly improve threat detection as well as throughput. The KV6550DV is able to penetrate 35mm of steel with 42 SWG resolution, offers an operator friendly interface which supports the operator’s ability to identify illegal objects and explosives.

By introduction of advanced dual view X-ray screening technology, refineries security protocols have been enhanced and a new layer of protection against potential threats such as weapons and explosives has been added. It will also prevent other prohibited items, such as alcohol and narcotics, from entering the premises.

In addition to enhancing security, X-ray inspection makes the screening of belongings and deliveries safer and more efficient. The technology reduces the number of hands-on searches, meaning workers can enter the facility quicker.