Installation Case

   Chemical plant, petrochemical plant

A petrochemical plant produces synthetic resins (plastics), synthetic fibers (polyester and nylon), synthetic rubber, and various chemical products using oil products (Naphtha) or natural gas. 
Naphtha is extracted from crude oil and is a raw material used in petrochemical plants. 
Naphtha undergoes another process involving thermal cracking, quenching, compression and refining in a Naphtha Cracking Center (NCC).

Sulfolane is used as an aromatic extraction solvent during aromatic manufacturing. 
It will be produced at high temperatures of over 200℃ and undergo thermal decomposition at which point it will combine with water to create corrosive anti-compounds that accelerate the corrosion of parts in heat exchanger equipment and pipes, causing further damage to heavy equipment. 
In addition to sulfolane, these plants also deal with large quantities of flammable, oxidizing, explosive, and toxic substances. 
If a leak were to occur, the risk of a major fire, explosion or toxic leak is very high, and will have ramifications for the environment and human health. 
Safety precautions need to be taken to limit the number of major and minor incidents that have occurred but the industry lacks manpower and necessary equipment. 
YUMINST offers a water leak detection system that is cost effective and highly efficient in detecting hazardous chemicals on site to prevent industrial accidents while facilitating rapid repairs.
YUMINST has installed and supplied products to petrochemical companies in Ulsan, Yeosu, and Daesan, which are home to the top three largest chemical industrial complexes in Korea. 
YUMINST’s systematically prevent industrial accidents caused by minor leaks in the NCC process, BTX process, and utility process.