TÜV Rheinland Certifies Prototype Vertical System from Directtech
Wind energy: First ever vertical system certified according to IEC 61400 / 10 kW system with twin turbine / Field measurements and data analysis through wind test / Suitable especially for use in decentralized energy supply(PresseBox) (Köln, )
As part of the certification of the system, which is just under 20 meters in height, all relevant safety requirements and loads of the wind turbine were examined. The measurements and data analysis for field measurements were performed by Windtest Grevenbroich, an accredited company. The subject of certification was a twin turbine with a capacity of 10 kW for international wind class IV, which roughly corresponds to German wind class 2 as defined by DIBT, the German Centre of Competence for Construction.
TÜV Rheinland offers comprehensive services in the field of wind energy to manufacturers, operators, investors and insurers. TÜV Rheinland assists customers around the world by creating appraisals, by performing condition monitoring, risk analyses and damage analyses, and by certifying wind turbines and wind farms. TÜV Rheinland is accredited by DAkks, Germany's national accreditation body, for the certification of onshore and offshore wind farms and their components according to national and international standards.