Wind-Generated Electricity is a new green energy source with abundant energy reserves and huge market prospects. Looking around the world, Wind-Generated Electricity is becoming an emerging energy source that countries are competing to develop. In the context of green, low-carbon and digital transformation, my country is vigorously developing the wind power industry. More and more Wind-Generated Electricity fields are being built, and the problems of cleaning and maintenance of wind turbines have become increasingly prominent.
As an advanced technology, laser cleaning is considered a "subversive" in the traditional cleaning industry. It has the advantages of high cleanliness, high efficiency, non-contact, and green environmental protection. The cleaning objects include steel, aluminum alloy, titanium alloy, glass and Composite materials, etc., the application industries cover automobile manufacturing, hardware molds, shipbuilding, rail transportation, aerospace, cultural relics protection and other fields. In fact, in the field of wind power, laser cleaning also has excellent performance.
Fan blades are one of the core components of the Wind-Generated Electricity unit. They mainly rely on wind power to drive the blades to rotate to drive the generator to generate electricity. However, the surface of the blades will be covered with a large amount of dirt when running for a long time, which will increase the friction resistance between the blades and the air when they rotate and reduce the wind energy utilization rate.
At the same time, the blade surface is covered with a large amount of dirt, which can easily cover up defects on the blade surface, which is not conducive to discovering hidden dangers of the blade and leads to safety accidents. For this reason, regular cleaning of the dirt on the surface of fan blades is one of the most effective ways to improve wind energy utilization, protect power plant revenue, detect blade damage, and troubleshoot potential safety hazards.
The traditional cleaning method of fan blades is to use manual high-altitude operations, cleaning with brushes and cleaning fluids. Not only is the efficiency low, but long-term use of chemicals can easily cause corrosion to the organic paint surface, shortening the service life of the blades, and manual high-altitude operations pose huge safety risks. Hidden danger.
Unlike traditional manual high-altitude operations, laser cleaning operations are safer and more efficient. No additives are required during the operation, no waste water is produced or the environment is polluted. The equipment performance is stable, the operation is smooth, and the operation is convenient.
At present, the wind power industry has become one of the cfastest strategic emerging industries and has achieved rapid development under the dual effects of industrial policy guidance and market demand drive. Laser cleaning is regarded as "the green cleaning technology with the most development potential in the 21st century". In the future, it will gradually replace the traditional cleaning process and become an indispensable technology for cleaning and maintenance in the industrial field.