Wind turbines nacelles typically have a long, rectangular shape. But, our wind turbines do not have a gearbox, so they can have a very compact nacelle designs. In fact, our wind turbine nacelles are essentially just an extension of the tower to which the generator and the rotor are mounted.
More efficient and serviceable
This compact nacelle lay-out reduces top-head-mass and provides easy access to the nacelle and hub. And by just using one main bearing in the nacelle design, the number of components is reduced, resulting in a more efficient and serviceable design.
Space to work safely
While compact, our nacelle design still provides enough space for engineers to access the rotor hub, providing excellent serviceability and maximum safety. Service and maintenance can be performed at a lower cost and with less risk, as there are no shafts in the nacelle and the rotor hub can be reached from the inside of the nacelle.