Scroll Wind Turbine

Wind Turbines

Great locations for NEXTGEN NRG’s scroll wind turbines includes coastal areas, open flatlands, ridgelines and hilltops.

The turbine is vertical access, advantageous when the wind comes from more than one direction or is turbulent, as it does not need to be pointed into the wind to work. The generator and gearbox are at the base, more accessible for maintenance.

MOBILE MINI POWER SYSTEM
Rated output power1.5 KW
Max output power1.8 KW
Rated voltage180 Vac
Rated wind speed11m/s
Survival wind speed65m/s
Start-up wind speed1.5m/s
Cut-in wind speed2m/s
Rated rotational speed180 rpm
Max rotational speed200 rpm
Number of blades1
Rotor diameter1.5 m
Blade length/material1.8m/FRP
GeneratorDisk generator
Total weight110kg
Tower10m (optional)

1. High chemical durability to impact of water, salts, alkalis and acids

Unlike metal, CBF is not affected by corrosion. Unlike fiber glass, CBF is not affected by acids, CBF possess high corrosion and chemical durability qualities towards corrosive mediums, such as salts and acids solutions and especially, alkalis.

 2. High thermal resistance

A range of temperature for CBF long-time application is 200-600C. Short-term impact of temperatures – up to 700C. Single impact of temperatures – up to 1000C.

3. Compatibility of CBF with other materials 

High compatibility of CBF with other materials (metals, plastic, glues) during producing process. Materials made on CBF basis can be processed with application on different “cold” technologies, such as molding, winding, pultrusion, sputtering, etc. See article “about prospects of application of materials from basalt fibers”.

4. High tensile strength then steel

Basalt is incredibly strong, flexible, yet extremely light which was ideal material of choice for the Wind Turbine. Making us the lightest vertical axis wind turbine in the world. CBF is also used by NASA!

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