Air and process leaks are costing your business money. Wasted energy, maintenance time, capital expenses, and operating equipment costs are all impacting your bottom line. Wasteful emissions are hurting our environment and our communities. There is a clear value in quickly detecting and correcting air and gas leaks, whether used in safety-critical equipment or in other applications.
That is why Prosaris is challenging the status quo of leak detection. The ultrasonic technology used in the Prosaris OL series helps operators track down and manage even the smallest leaks quickly and efficiently. That’s better for your business, the environment, and for the safety of your staff and customers. And that’s good for us all.
With over 25 years in the oil and gas sector providing Process Safety and Loss Prevention support to major operators, Colin experienced first-hand some of the challenges associated with understanding and managing leaks and loss of containment events. With an instinct for finding solutions, he seized the opportunity to develop a better approach. The Prosaris OL and HL suite of products is the result of his passion to change the status quo. When he’s not in front of his computer, he is always on the go; however, nothing quite compares to trying to keep up with his 2 young boys.
Scott has been an electrical engineer for over 30 years and recently completed his MBA. He has had various roles in both large and small organizations, with experience in planning, operations, maintenance, consulting, plant design, R&D, and product development. At Prosaris, he is responsible for oversight and knowledge retention of all aspects of hardware and software development and design. When he needs to give his brain a breather, he hops on his Harley and loves to make some noise.
Michelle has more than 15 years experience in human resources for companies such as Sobeys and the Calgary Board of Education. She has also worked within the oil and gas and not-for-profit industries. Having a BComm with a major in Management from Dalhousie University has helped her to successfully wear many hats at Prosaris. She is currently responsible for overseeing finance, human resources, and product logistical support. Michelle likes to unwind with her husband and two children in their new camper.