On May 7, Yunda's YD110 large-scale offshore wind turbine blades were successfully rolled off the production line at Zhongfu Lianzhong. The blade was formed by Yunda Co., Ltd. and Zhongfu Lianzhong. It is the longest wind power blade that has been offline in China.
Under the new competitive landscape of the wind power industry, the upstream and downstream synergy and division of labor in the wind power industry chain have become effective measures to improve the ability to meet market demand. In recent years, Zhongfu Lianzhong has focused on the innovation and application of new materials, new technologies and new processes for wind power blades, providing systematic solutions for large-scale and lightweight wind power blades, and actively responding to technological and ecological changes in the wind power industry.
The YD110 blade integrates technologies such as high-strength pre-embedded blade root, 2.0 lightning protection system and pultruded carbon plate main beam, and adopts synchronous prefabrication process, which further improves the reliability and stability of the blade. The blade will be tested for static load and fatigue by the Jiangsu Key Laboratory of Offshore Wind Power Blade Design and Manufacturing Technology operated by Zhongfu Lianzhong.
Zhongfu Lianzhong will continue to improve the scientific and technological innovation system and mechanism, strengthen the quality control of the whole product life cycle and the whole process, accelerate the construction of large-scale wind power blade base, and continue to provide customers with high-quality products and services. It is worth mentioning that the annual power generation of the wind turbines matched with this type of blades can meet the annual electricity consumption of about 56,000 households and reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 56,000 tons per year, which is a boost to achieve the goal of "carbon peaking and carbon neutrality". device.
It is understood that the YD110 blade uses the LT-5088A/B wind power infusion resin developed by Huibo New Materials.