Memories of the last "Wind Energy Hamburg" have already faded. In 2018, the event took place for the last time as a face-to-face event in the metropolis on the Elbe. That is why the entire industry is looking forward to this year's meeting with anticipation.
And we are also very much looking forward to talking to you again. Whether it's about the implementation of a repair, a technical discussion or an application ... we'll be happy to exchange ideas with you. Or we'll simply invite you to a Radeberger beer.
We are happy to share our experience from 25 years of rotor blade service with you. These are our core topics about which we are happy to inform you:
- Would you like to know whether your rotor is optimally adjusted or whether you can perhaps still significantly increase the yield of your turbine? We will be happy to explain the possibilities of aerodynamic optimisation to you. Keywords in this area are, for example, the installation of flow elements (e.g. vortex generators) or the correction of blade angles.
- Rotor blades are extremely stressed components of a wind turbine. It is therefore not surprising that damager occure during years of operation. Fortunately, most damage can be repaired with relatively little effort and without expensive special equipment. In most cases, all that is needed is for 2 colleagues to abseil down the rotor blade. For large damages, a working platform can also be used.
We will be happy to advise you on your repair projects and find the optimal solution.
- To avoid serious and costly damage, inspections are carried out on rotor blades on a regular basis. Rope access is an optimal solution for this, because the inspector can get "up close and personal" with the damage. He can feel, tap, scratch and take photos from various angles. Such a precise inspection has not been possible until now through the use of drones.
- The rotor does not always run properly "round". This leads to unnecessarily high vibrations, which can cause costly damage to the entire mechanical drive train. Fortunately, this can be avoided with little effort by measuring vibrations and balancing the rotor.
From our experience, a large proportion of the rotors we inspect are inadequately balanced!
Just come by if you are curious. We look forward to seeing you!
Our stand: Hall A1, booth number: 513