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Aviation Aid Systems- Made by ROBUR WIND
By taking over the business of REETEC, we cover another area of the value chain. For more than 20 years, REETEC, now ROBUR WIND, has been developing and producing obstacle markings especially for wind turbines. With the latest generation as well, we offer our customers the quality and expertise we are known for – according to latest certification standards, of course. Our product portfolio comprises day and night marking, visibility control, tower marking, synchronisation and on-demand lighting.
By the way: As of 1 July 2020, wind turbines in Germany will be required by law to feature on-demand night-time marking (German: BNK) in accordance with their approval notice requirements for Aviation Aid Systems.
Optimised and universally applicable Aviation Obstruction Marker System for onshore and offshore wind turbines
Our Aviation Obstruction Marker System has undergone extensive tests under realistic environmental conditions: tests in climate and pressure chambers, salt water spray tests as well as acceleration and shock tests that go beyond typical environmental conditions and manufacturer requirements. The optical and functional properties have been tested by an accredited laboratory and successfully certified according to the latest ICAO and AVV (Germany) guidelines.
All our development, quality and production processes are structured as recommended by the guidelines of APQP4Wind and certified according to:
Retrofit for Aviation Aid Systems – the ROBUR WIND solution
Our cost-effective retrofit solutions are state of the art for retrofitting your aviation aid systems. We offer turnkey solutions individually tailored to your systems – including professional installation. A win-win situation is also created by synergies in connection with other measures, e.g. simultaneous leaf inspections, DGUV V3 inspections or general plant inspections.
Regardless of the location of your wind turbine, our retrofit solutions meet both local and international guidelines and requirements: