TARTLER’s synthetic resin systems set standards in rotor blade production
Around the globe, TARTLER’s dosing, mixing and degassing systems contribute to the efficient production of modern wind turbine rotor blades. They are used in all relevant process stages: from the construction of molds to the production of half-shells and their bonding to the finishing of blade surfaces. They support automation, ensure optimum use of materials and increase safety when handling synthetic resins. Read here which TARTLER plants and system solutions are primarily used in the wind power industry today.
Modified polyurethanes, epoxy resins and flexible glass fiber products are key materials in the design and production of modern wind power rotor blades for onshore and offshore turbines worldwide. They are not only used for the application of tooling pastes and EP resins during the construction of large molds and models, as well as for the production of the two blade half-shells and their bonding, but also for the application of weatherproof surface layers as well as leveling compounds and numerous finishing operations. Numerous well-known manufacturers in the wind energy sector, such as TPI or Vestas. rely on the modular system solutions of the German plant manufacturer TARTLER to carry out these tasks. Not only the dosing and mixing machines of the Nodopur, Nodopox and Tardosil series can now be found in numerous rotor blade manufacturing plants, the innovative T-EVAC degassing station for infusion resins and TARTLER’s vacuum barrel changer, for which a patent has now been filed, are also enjoying increasing demand. Thanks to the reprocessing of pure residual quantities, a significant reduction in waste can be achieved. “Often, our solutions enable manufacturers to implement key process optimization and automation measures. In addition, they support the loss-free use of materials and increase safety standards when transferring the synthetic resin components from the material suppliers’ containers,” says company boss Udo Tartler.