Company Profile: DMI Industries, Inc.
With customers including the world’s major turbine OEMs, this company has built a reputation as a premium tower manufacturer.
Thinking Outside the Gearbox
Even though gearbox design has improved over the years, failure can lead to significant downtime and revenue loss. Windera offers an alternate solution.
Torque Certification Marks Maintenance Advances
As the U.S. wind industry gains momentum, torque training is shifting from the jobsite to the classroom, thanks to an innovative program developed by Snap-on Industrial.
Laser Measurement for Tower Flanges
Speed, precision, and flexibility are provided by Status Quo’s cutting-edge array of laser instrumentation for measuring wind-tower flanges.
Concrete Proof: The Majestic Wind Farm
By using the Putzmeister Telebelt conveyor to transport concrete, contractors were able to meet their deadlines efficiently and certain of a job well done.
Optimizing Design to Maximize Profitability
Multidisciplinary Design and Optimization links every aspect of wind farm and turbine design to explore all available alternatives and work toward increased profitability.
The Mobile Age of Service Technology
Like it or not the mobile age is here, and wind turbine project owners and operators who leverage the available technology will maximize the return on their investment.
Densification of loose material prior to tower construction is often required at wind-farm sites. One method, dynamic compaction, is discussed in this installment.
How do you keep wind power logistics costs from blowing you away? Overcoming the hurdles of moving wind turbines from factory to project site will help.
The best way to avoid turbine downtime is to follow quality maintenance procedures throughout its performance life. SKF shares the following pointers.
NREL’s National Wind Technology Center is working with industry partners to create the next generation of wind energy systems.
Q&A: Jeff Gribble
Operations Manager, UVLM, Inc.