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DeWind Wind Turbine Rotor equipment

  • DeWind - Model D4 - Wind Turbine

    Rotor diameter; 46-48 m. Hub height: 45-70 m. First installation 1996

    By DeWind Co based in Irving, TEXAS (USA).

  • DeWind - Model D8.0 - Wind Turbine

    Rotor diameter; 80 m .Hub height: 80-100 m.Double Fed Induction Generator.Wind class: 2A/3A.First installation 2002

    By DeWind Co based in Irving, TEXAS (USA).

  • DeWind - Model D6 - Wind Turbine

    Rotor diameter: 62-64 m Hub height: 60-91.5 m Double Fed Induction Generator Wind class: 2A/3A First installation 2000

    By DeWind Co based in Irving, TEXAS (USA).

  • DeWind - Model D9 Series - Wind Turbine

    In 2011, DeWind will be expanding its range of turbin by adding a new model: the DeWind 09 has a rotor with a larger diameter and higher yield. The DeWind D9 also features a comprehensive range of plant concepts to meet any grid requirements. Today‘s wind energy markets demand higher yields and greater efficiency from wind energy plants in ...

    By DeWind Co based in Irving, TEXAS (USA).

  • DeWind - Model D9.2 - Wind Turbine

    As demands change, so must technology.Building on DeWind’s proven 2.0 MW series that has been in commercial operation since 2002, with increasing demands for network compatibility, power quality and reliability, DeWind is proud to offer the grid friendly 2.0 MW D9.2.Developed from the innovative grid friendly 2.0 MW D8.2, introduced in 2006, ...

    By DeWind Co based in Irving, TEXAS (USA).

  • DeWind - Model D8.2 - Wind Turbine

    Alterations in network compatibility requirements and the specific demands of the US market: the DeWind 08.2 adds crucial components to the range of systems know-how at DeWind. The demand for network compatibility, the stringent requirements in terms of the quality of the power generated and the widespread acceptance of synchronous generators in ...

    By DeWind Co based in Irving, TEXAS (USA).

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