REWITEC, developer of an innovative nano- and micro-particle-based surface refining technology for gears and bearings, has delivered a cumulative 3,000 treatments to wind turbines.
“In June 2020 we reached the significant step of delivering a cumulative 3,000 treatments to wind turbines all over the world,” said Stefan Bill, managing director of REWITEC. “Manufacturers, warranty providers, service companies and oil formulators rely on REWITEC to keep wind working.”
This milestone comes less than a year after REWITEC was acquired by Croda International PLC. Bill added, “With Croda, REWITEC is stronger — increased research and development, a larger range of products and more opportunities for smart partnering.”
“In the last nine years, 2.5-times more wind turbine generating capacity was built worldwide than in the previous ten years before that,” Bill continued. “Customers look to REWITEC to keep their wind turbines working reliably and without breakdown. Furthermore, with the development of wind farms both on and offshore accelerating in the next 10 years, REWITEC is perfectly positioned for first fill applications. We work closely with formulators, to understand their needs in wind and to apply the REWITEC technology at the commissioning stage. It will not be long before we reach another significant treatment milestone for REWITEC!”
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