Standard Welding Rotators for Wind Tower / Pipe Fit up Fabrication
Fabricating towers capable of resisting extreme environmental
conditions requires thicker plate, or higher-strength steel, or
both along with higher-strength weld deposits. Welding such
material requires welding procedures and filler metal with a
chemical composition that delivers the same mechanical properties
in the weld deposit.
Using consumables intended for offshore towers minimizes the
associated welding problem, such as cracking. Submerged arc-welding
flux and electrodes, such as Lincolnweld WTX and L-61, have been
developed to provide the strength and impact properties required
for onshore and offshore towers, including the more rigorous
requirements of cold-climate towers.
Offshore wind is a relatively small percent of the total global
installed wind tower capacity and it’s still in the early planning
stages in the U.S. Nevertheless, the benefits of offshore wind
power will ensure that towers there play an ever increasing role in
the future of wind power.
- Turning Capacity: 40T
- Roller Diameter : Φ400mm
- Roller width: 200 mm
- Roller surface speed range: 100-1000mm / min
- Loaded Vessel/Tank diameter range: Φ600-4200mm
- Drive unit: AC frequency conversion motor and qualified gearbox.
- Wheel center adjustment (for both drive unit and Idler unit):
Self Align Type.
- Remote control: Remote control pendent with 20mtrs long Cable
- Rotational speeds (variable speed AC drive): Step-less variable
speeds are to be adjusted from min 100mm/min to max 1000mm/min by a
potentiometer on the remote control through inverter.
- Rollers: Polyurethene (PU) lined steel rollers with thickness at
- Motor power: 3kW
Applied job dia
Wheel dia. & width(mm)
Wheel linear speed(mm/min)
Rubber or PU
By stepless inverter
- Roller material: PU or metal with rubber.
- Anti-explose motor
- Foot pedal
- Wireless remote box for 150m distance control