Humidity and salt ruins our offshore wind turbines – learn how to protect them effectively from corrosion

The largest offshore exhibition in the world takes place in London on 6–8 June – and we’ll be there

Next week, Thomas Rønnow (CEO) and Rasmus Toftegaard (CTO) will represent Cotes at the Offshore wind energy exhibition I London. Ready to answer what ever question they will get asked, they are very keen on getting to teach you how to protect offshore wind turbines using Cotes patented solution

Come and visit them at the Cotes stand (N-J40) at this high-profile event, not only to hear about, but also to see what we can accomplish with our unique expertise and how we’re able to apply it to help companies in the offshore wind industry. You’ll also be given the opportunity to win an iPad, simply by answering a few questions about the on-stand demonstration.

Creating the exact offshore conditions, we’ll provide the opportunity to see our overpressure solution in action. Designed specially to keep moist, salty air away from important equipment and machinery, as well as actually drying the air inside wind turbines, the solution has major benefits.

This breakthrough technology prevents corrosion, electrical faults and other costly glitches that result from moisture-laden air entering nacelles and towers through gaps and openings. Due to filtration of crystallized salt particles, this in turn makes it possible to work with lower corrosion resistance requirements, thus dramatically reducing manufacturing costs. Effective protection of this kind also reduces revenue-sucking downtime as well as expensive repair and replacement work.

On behalf of Thomas Rønnow and Rasmus Toftegaard, Cotes look forward to meeting you at Offshore Wind Energy next week.