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BASF releases two films on wind energy

April 20/2011

(BASF) -- Fascinating close-up views and animated graphics, xtraordinary perspectives, and interesting information these features distinguish two new BASF films on wind energy. They highlight the opportunities, benefits and challenges of wind power as one of the major climate-friendly sources of energy for the future. The role that specifically developed BASF products play in making wind turbines even more efficient is discussed in the films by means of specific examples. One of the two films, which last about eight minutes each, deals with the production of rotor blades from a novel type of epoxy systems, while the other examines innovative rotor blade coatings.

We want these films to convey the fascination of having chemistry contribute to enhancing efficiency in the production of modern wind energy plants and making them more profitable to use, said Dr. Martin Jung, spokesman of BASFs Wind Energy Industry Focus Group, and added: If you want to simplify current wind rotor production processes and achieve equipment life cycles of more than twenty years, you need intelligent chemistry such as BASFs novel coating and epoxy systems. The company also supplies grouting solutions and concrete additives for the construction of high-strength foundations and towers for modern wind turbines.

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