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Countdown to the Blade Season!

Posted 10th February, 2020
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Nearly Blade Season!

The windy season is almost over......

Windtex are looking forward to an extremely exciting year ahead, our new blade division is on track to overtake maintenance services within the business.

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Windtex have submitted over 115 quotes.

It's been a busy 6 months for Windtex Engineering Limited and our newly formed blade division. The team have been visiting many OEM's, energy companies and private wind farm owners, showcasing how we can beat the competition.

Windtex in the USA

"The US wind mar­ket is now look­ing at proac­tive blade repair cam­paigns, rather than reac­tive repairs, to reduce the amount of down­time on wind tur­bines due to many cat­e­go­ry 4 & 5 repairs in the past."

James Rothwell Rope Access Project Manager
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Windtex LLC

New office based in Sheridan, Wyoming, USA.

Sheridan is a city in the U.S. state of Wyoming and the county seat of Sheridan County. The city is located halfway between Yellowstone Park and Mount Rushmore. It is the principal city of the Sheridan, Wyoming, Micropolitan Statistical Area which encompasses all of Sheridan County.

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"Excit­ing Times For Windtex"

Phil Turner Managing Director
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Blade Repairs in the US

Show me the way to Amarillo!

Windtex have been awarded their first contract for Siemens Gamesa US in Amarillo, TX.

Work is due to start in April and Windtex are sending teams of specialists to carry out complex repairs.

Ireland Blade Repairs

Complex Repairs Across Multiple Sites
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North & South Ireland

More complex repairs.....

Windtex are gearing up for a busy season in Ireland, with many sites requiring repairs following the recent growth in the number of wind farms built over the last few years.


Internal Robotic Inspection System
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Internal Robotic Inspection System

  • Windtex are about to unveil their latest innovation to the renewables industry.

    A tracked remote inspection vehicle capable of inspecting the internal surfaces of a wind turbine rotor blade. IRIS will negate the need for technicians to climb inside the blade during inspections.

  • The company has many orders in place for thorough inspections on sites in the UK.

    The vehicle is undergoing final testing and will be ready for service late February. This will be a strong addition to our inspection services, alongside UAV inspections.

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