LNG Containment System

First in Korea The excellence of our Korean technology was acknowledged as a first in Korea. We manufacture essential materials (IP), such as the R-PUF, which is used to maintain LNG as a liquid at −163°C, and membranes that are used to sustain the flow of LNG fluid at an ultralow temperature for LNG storage. The company is acknowledged as a specialist in ultralow cold insulations by supplying cold insulators for LNG vessels over the last 20 years.
(Insulation products: Mark-III / NO96-L03 / Type-B Tank / LNG Fuel Tank)
MARK III
A membrane is provided as the initial barrier, while a Rigid Second Barrier (RSB) and Flexible Second Barrier (FSB) for corners and joints are used as the secondary barrier. The secondary barrier (RSB, FSB) takes the form of a triplex that is composed of glass fiber and aluminum foil.
- Main customers: Samsung Heavy Industries, Hyundai Heavy Industries
NO96 TYPE
The NO96 type is in a thicker structure as it has a lower insulation effect than the Mark III using the R-PUF as a cold insulation material. The NO96-L03 deviated from the previous two-layer NO96, which is composed of three layers (R-PUF and two glass wool layers).
- Main customers: DSME
LNG FUEL TANK
In line with the increasingly stringent regulations on environmental pollution from ships, especially in developed countries such as Europe and the United States, the company has developed and commercialized a fuel tank for LNG-fueled tanks based on its long experience and knowledge in cryogenic insulation for LNG.
Type B Insulation System: X.Y FINE
This IMO B-type tank insulation system is composed of the two-split (cold and warm panels) structure. It is a flexible joint design insulation system that is suitable for large prismatic tanks.
Type B Insulation System: MOSS
This type has an independent tank depending on the cargo containment system of the LNG carrier. It is designed to fit many structures to the tank to prevent it from warping, which makes it safe even during arduous voyages (such as the voyage through the North Pole route).