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Turbine Foundation Optimizer – For the Winds of the World |During construction

Optimizing wind turbine foundations during construction

Our on‑site optimization consists of timely deliveries, detailed installation instructions, and training of your personnel – as well as having a Peikko foundation expert at your disposal during the whole installation process.

By keeping a high stock of standard foundation components, we can make sure that there are no bottlenecks in the logistics. The whole foundation comes on site in a single delivery, including step‑by‑step instructions for assembly.

Peikko foundations are easy, fast and safe to install. The gravity foundations can be completed in just four days, while the cost saving rock foundation will take two weeks spread over a longer period of time.

To ensure smooth site processes, we will train your installation teams. With the support of our specialists, you can even make a test assembly of the rock foundation steel components. This will reduce the installation time and hassles on site as well as project risks.

Our expert will be present during the first installations to ensure everything goes according to the plan. You will get a good start and keep the project on schedule.

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