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Petrochemical

Wison Engineering

Address : No. 633, Zhang Jiang, Pudong New Area, Shanghai, China

Phone : +86-21-20306000

Wison Engineering started engineering services from the most challenging and complex field of the petrochemical industry - ethylene and its downstream production plants. By expanding services downstream and upstream, we provide multiple solutions for clients worldwide and gained wide recognition in the industry due to our high-quality delivery.

 

We specialize in ethylene plants, LLDPE/MTBE/MDI plants, polyethylene plants, SSBR Rubber plants, and aromatic hydrocarbon plants.

Cracking Furnace

Based on a proven track record of delivering projects, Wison Engineering has become an industry leader in the supply of project construction for cracking furnaces – the core unit of petrochemical plants.

 

Wison Engineering has built strong relationships with major global ethylene technology licensors. Our expertise on cracking furnaces is supported by a team of specialists who have been engaged in the engineering design, procurement, construction and operation in this field for several years.

 

Wison Engineering constructed 18 of the 24 large-scale production facilities for ethylene and its downstream products in China with close to 200 new or modified cracking furnaces as of 2017.

 

Wison not only provides first-class services in executing cracking furnace projects for ethylene, but, with its extensive knowledge and experience with various types of cracking furnaces, Wison offers long-term customized support for process optimization, maintenance and spare parts, technology upgrading and renewal of equipment and materials. Wison also can apply this expertise to other projects, such as coal gasifiers, hydrogen making reformers, reactors, incinerators and fired heaters.

Applications

Zhejiang Petrochemical – Cracking Furnaces of 1,400 KTA Ethylene Plant

Zhejiang Petrochemical – Cracking Furnaces of 1,400 KTA Ethylene Plant

This cracking furnace weighing 3689.6 tons with a height of 53.31 meters has an annual production capacity of 200,000 tons of ethylene.  It is the world’s largest single-unit liquid cracking furnace completed with modular construction and transportation, and it is the largest single production capacity ethylene cracking furnace in China. Wison Engineering completed the modular design, construction and final assembly of the first cracking furnace in just 5 months, thus, laying the foundation for Zhejiang Petrochemical to put it into production as scheduled which was highly recognized by the owners.

The overall modular construction of the cracking furnace is a manifestation of the company's comprehensive strength. The synergy effect of EPC was clear, from project planning, program selection, material management, long-lead procurement, construction technology, professional offshore cooperation, transportation coordination, etc.  Scientific organization, careful planning, and integration of resources by all parties controls the relationship between cost, quality, and progress to ensure the safe and reliable implementation of the project. 

PetroChina Fushun Petrochemical – 800 KTA Ethylene Plant

PetroChina Fushun Petrochemical – 800 KTA Ethylene Plant

The project commenced on 30 April 2009 with pre-commissioning completed on 20 July 2012. Wison is providing EM+PC services for the project.

PetroChina Dushanzi Petrochemical – 600 KTA FDPE Plant

PetroChina Dushanzi Petrochemical – 600 KTA FDPE Plant

The project commenced on 28 March 2007 with pre-commissioning completed on 15 June 2009, cumulatively achieving 3 million manhours without a lost time incident.

PetroChina Fushun Petrochemical – 100 KTA SSBR & 80 KTA SBS Rubber Project

PetroChina Fushun Petrochemical – 100 KTA SSBR & 80 KTA SBS Rubber Project

The plant was built to produce 23 different products including SSBR/ LCBR/ SB/SBS. Specifically, the plant has a solution styrene butadiene rubber (SSBR) capacity of 100 KTA and the styrene butadiene styrene (SBS) rubber capacity of 80 KTA, making it the largest rubber plant in the world. Civil work of the project began on 8 October 2006 and the plant was commissioned on 15 June 2009, cumulatively achieving 5 million manhours without a lost time incident.