Kliux Selects Bayer's PU System for Making Lightweight Rotor Blades for Wind Turbine

SpecialChem - Jun 30, 2011

Spanish company Kliux Energies - Geólica Innovations SL has developed a completely new, intelligent technology for harnessing wind energy. The system is based on special rotors positioned vertically so that they are always facing the wind. The Kliux wind turbines can be installed in virtually any location to generate electricity for local consumption. An integral skin foam based on the Baydur® polyurethane system from Bayer MaterialScience was selected as the material for the rotor blades because it meets the exacting demands on strength and lightweight design. The rotor blades are produced by Policam in Barcelona. "This project reinforces Bayer MaterialScience's commitment to developing...

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