Lightining Strike Protection For Wind Turbines
MicroGrid's single unit structure is superior to woven material in that it won't unravel or have lose strands that become problematic during processing into a pre-preg material or when conducting a dry lay-up. The homogenous design also ensures uncompromised conductivity between strands when forming the material to a variety of shapes and contours and provides a smooth surface on the end product. MicroGrid's biggest advantage is Dexmet's ability to tightly control the manufacturing process to meet a specific weight, open area, and conductivity requirement. This allows Engineers the options of varying materials according to specific strike zones on the" Turbine Blades & Generator Nacelles "minimizing the overall weight. Our common materials have the ability to withstand a Zone 1A strike of 200,000 amps."
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SAMPE Seattle 2017
May 23-24, 2017
Washington State Convention Center,
Farnborough, Seattle, Washington – Booth# E42
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