Site installation works

The installation process can vary depending on the specific wind turbine model, site conditions, and project requirements. Experienced installation teams, including engineers, technicians, and crane operators, are involved to ensure the efficient and safe installation of wind turbines.

Site installation works for wind turbines involve various activities to prepare the site for the foundation, tower installation, blade installation, and the use of cranes. Here are key aspects of the process:

The site is cleared of any obstacles, vegetation, or debris that may hinder installation activities. Access roads and paths are established to facilitate transportation of equipment and components.

The foundation is crucial for supporting the wind turbine tower. The construction process involves excavating the foundation pit, preparing the base, reinforcing with steel reinforcement bars, and pouring concrete to form a solid foundation.

Once the foundation is ready, the tower sections are transported to the site. Cranes are used to lift and position the tower sections, which are typically pre-assembled on the ground or assembled in sections during installation.

After the tower is erected, the wind turbine blades are transported to the site. Specialized cranes or blade installation tools are used to lift and attach the blades to the rotor hub. The process requires precision and adherence to safety protocols.

Once the tower and blades are installed, electrical connections are established. This includes connecting the turbine’s generator, power cables, and control systems to enable the flow of electricity from the turbine to the grid.

After the installation, comprehensive testing and commissioning activities are conducted. This involves verifying the functionality of electrical systems, conducting performance tests, and ensuring proper communication with the control center.

Throughout the installation process, strict health and safety protocols are followed to protect the workers and ensure compliance with regulations. This includes safety training, equipment inspections, and adherence to safety guidelines during crane operations and lifting activities.

Installation of used wind turbines at new locations. Full service provided.

The installation process for refurbished turbines can vary depending on the specific turbine models, refurbishment history, and any site-specific considerations. Engaging with professionals who specialize in refurbishing and installing used wind turbines is crucial to ensure a successful and efficient installation process.

The installation process for used or refurbished wind turbines may have some differences compared to installing new turbines. Here are a few considerations:

When installing used or refurbished turbines, the site assessment may involve additional evaluations to ensure compatibility between the existing infrastructure and the refurbished turbines. Modifications may be required to adapt the site for the specific dimensions, specifications, and technical requirements of the refurbished turbines.

If there are existing wind turbines at the site, they need to be properly decommissioned and removed before installing the refurbished turbines. This process involves dismantling the old turbines, managing their components, and restoring the site to its original condition.

Before installation, a thorough inspection of the refurbished turbines is conducted to assess their condition, structural integrity, and functionality. Any necessary repairs or component replacements are performed to ensure their reliability and safe operation.

The logistics of transporting and delivering refurbished turbines may differ from new turbines. Refurbished turbines may require special handling and transportation considerations due to their size, weight, and any modifications made during the refurbishment process.

The foundation design may need adjustments to accommodate the specific requirements of the refurbished turbines. This may involve modifications to the existing foundation or constructing a new foundation compatible with the refurbished turbines.

Experienced technicians familiar with refurbished turbines are typically involved in the installation process. They possess knowledge and skills specific to handling and installing pre-owned turbines, ensuring proper assembly, alignment, and integration with the electrical systems.

Similar to new turbines, testing and commissioning activities are performed to verify the functionality, performance, and safety of the refurbished turbines after installation. This ensures that they meet the required operational standards and comply with grid connection regulations.