What Camera Type To Use In a Hostile Atmospheric Environment?

I have a client who wants a camera to monitor the operation of a cooling tower at a Power Station. Unfortunately, the vapour expelled from the cooling tower has an "etching effect" on any glass surface within range. (including the windscreens of motor vehicles parked up to 200 feet from the cooling tower. We have been toying with the idea of a Camera that has some form of continuous air flow directed at the face of the camera. (say a small air jet at the front end). Any suggestions are welcome?

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