Rotor Blades

The WT 2000 DF consists of a three-bladed upwind rotor of 93 meters diameter. Its rotational speed is controlled by the blade pitch control. The advantage of pitch control lies in the lower peak loads at high wind speeds. The wind energy converter is subject to substantially lower dynamic loads, especially at sites with high turbulence intensity.

The rotor offers high operational reliability and longer service life with minimal maintenance effort due to its enhanced pitch-control system.

The 93 meter rotor diameter provides a swept area of 6785 sq. meters there by maximizing energy generation.