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GLOBAL OFFSHORE WIND 2015 PREvIEW


NEW AND NOT TO BE MISSED...


SHOWCASING


Sharing its stand with HBM FiberSensing, HBM will feature the WindMETER system at the show, which is a complete fibre-optic monitoring solution designed by FiberSensing, to be installed in wind generator blades.


Due to the increased capacity of generators and, consequently, of larger blade sizes, wind blade monitoring has now become essential. Moreover, the increasing number of off-shore facilities, plus the need to extend the structures working life has now created a need for reliable real time monitoring solutions.


Also showcasing at the Global Offshore Wind Exhibition will be the HBM Underwater strain measurement model; an aquarium which demonstrates both submerged strain gauge and fibre optic measurement points highlighting subsea measurement possibilities. HBM will also feature a range of HBM sensors, transducers and data acquisition systems applicable for condition monitoring and renewable energy industries.


HBM AND FIBERSENSING - STAND 83 AFTERNOON TEA


The event will see FoundOcean and BASF continue to celebrate the launch of the innovative new offshore grout, MasterFlow 9800.


As part of the celebrations, FoundOcean will be hosting their annual afternoon tea with its infamous grout cube cake. Always well attended, it is an informal event that offers the opportunity to network with peers and catch up on the latest industry news, as well as find out more about this innovative new offshore grouting solution.


Launched in February of this year, MasterFlow 9800 has a number of unique operational advantages, including the ability to be transported in silos, eliminating the inconvenience of large bags and allowing for the use of FoundOcean’s Recirculating Jet Mixer, which offers mixing and pumping at faster rates, achieving faster grouting of the annulus and saving valuable offshore operating days.


FOUNDOCEAN - STAND 124


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