A wind project needs multi-discipline technical competence and practical experience with heavy cranes and wind turbine installation logistics to get from ultimately consented to fully installed. You may hire Prismecs installation engineer for Renewables energy sources by adding project management skills!
Process of wind turbine installation:
In most cases, Wind Turbine Installation poles, lattice towers, or unguled tubular towers are used to support small wind turbine turbines. Concrete foundations could be necessary, depending on the location being considered and the size of the wind turbine.
The advanced laying of foundations, on-site component assembly, and winch-assisted erection of the wind turbine and tower are all necessary steps in installing the wind turbine.
The planning stage of wind installation begins with Prismecs’ highly skilled wind experts’ creation of the site layout. This calls for a topographical study to identify:
- Ground features and levels that would affect construction.
- A geotechnical assessment to identify the characteristics of the ground and the foundation design specifications at the turbine position.
- An earthling survey to assess the ground resistivity (required to design the electrical earth system)
This might necessitate large equipment like an excavator and crane, depending on the size and kind of turbine installation. After laying the foundations, it is typically necessary to wait at least two weeks to allow the concrete base to cure.
Prismecs manages a tendering process with several civil engineering firms to achieve optimum value after working with specialized structural engineers to design and specify the groundworks. Similarly, we outline the necessary high- and low-voltage tasks and advertise the jobs with specialized subcontractors.
We manage the procedure to ensure everything goes properly when the contractors are chosen. In parallel, we handle client communication with the manufacturer of the wind turbines, the heavy lifting contractor, and other parties.
The DC output of the wind turbines will be connected to the control box and subsequently the inverter by an electrical expert or electrician. The energy grid and power delivery to your property will connect o the inverter’s AC output. An Ofgem-approved generation meter will fit after the inverter and other safety-related electrical components, including isolators.
A connection to the power grid:
Your installer will communicate with your nearby District Network Operator to connect the wind turbine installation system to the grid (DNO).
Installation and upkeep:
You ought to get a qualified installer to install your system. Credible installers could also offer further services like permits. Ask for references, check them out, and ascertain the installer’s license as an electrician. Additionally, you might wish to contact the Better Business Bureau.
The Renewables First Project Manager is the client’s initial point of contact during the installation process and will keep them informed of developments.
With careful installation and upkeep, a modest wind electric system should last up to 20 years or more. Annual maintenance may consist of:
- Examining and adjusting electrical connections and fasteners as necessary
- Inspecting equipment for rust and the strain of the guy wires
- Examine the turbine blades for any worn leading edge tape and, if necessary, replace it.
- When necessary, changing parts like turbine blades and bearings.
You should be careful while choosing the turbine installation place if you reside in complicated terrain. For instance, you will have better access to prevailing winds if you place your wind turbine on top of or on the windy side of a hill than if you put it in a valley or on the leeward (sheltered) side of a hill on the same land.
On the same land, many types of wind resources are possible. You need to know the predominant wind directions at your site and monitor or learn about the yearly wind speeds. In addition to geological formations, we must consider existing impediments like trees, buildings, and sheds.
Turbine engineers supported by a strong supply chain
Prismecs turbine engineers have decades of field experience. They have had countless upgrades. They carry out complex relocations of both frame and mobile turbines. They spearhead the installation and discover a critical issue while troubleshooting. In doing so, we have worked closely with customers and OEMs to ensure a smooth, timely process.
Our commitment to understanding and solving our customers’ power generation challenges is a hallmark of our partnership with Prismecs. Whether your operation requires a frame or mobile turbine, Prismecs designs, commissions, and maintains to ensure top performance.
So, call us today at 18887747632 or write us an email today at email@example.com for reliable turbine installation services!