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FEATURE SPONSOR


RUBBER FOR THE WIND


BEARINGS & SEALS EVOTORQUE®


AN EVOLUTION FOR TORQUE CONTROL


INDUSTRY


Family owned Olet Industrigummi A/S (industry rubber), founded in 1947, are producing various types of custom made rubber products in Denmark and have served the wind industry for many decades


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They have been producing all kinds of different rubber parts specifically for wind turbine towers and nacelles. Rubber product contents include EPDM, Viton, NR, silicone rubber as well as steel bonding.


PRODUCTS


Products include rubber mats for blade protection during internal transport within the factories and also protection for external transportation via trucks and ships.


CHARACTERISTICS


The rubber mats are designed to lead the friction heat away from the blade to avoid marks. Durable and UV resistant, the rubber is also designed to lead water away and can be displaced under the high pressure from the blades. Grey in colour, there is no residue left on the blades.


Olet Industrigummi A/S +44 (0) 1295 753600 | enquiry@norbar.com | www.norbar.com www.windenergynetwork.co.uk 71


• USB and Bluetooth® 4.0 data transfer


• New Audit Torque mode enables users to check pre-tightened bolts


• Delivers accurate torque regardless of fluctuating voltage


• IP44 protected •Approved for application of final torque


• 3,000 reading memory, time and date stamped


• Complimentary PC software ‘EvoLog’ for data management and tool configuration


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