SWT-6.0-154: Designed for all offshore site extremes

SWT-6.0-154

Offshore wind turbine

Advanced design for offshore supremacy
Only with the right turbine is it possible to realize the potential of extreme offshore wind conditions. The SWT-6.0-154 has a 6 MW output and a swept area of 18,600 square meters, making it an ideal offshore solution.
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Wind class
IA
Rotor diameter
154 m
Serial production
2014
Nominal power
6.0 MW
Key Facts
  • Mammoth rotor diameter boosts lifetime output
  • Designed for all offshore site extremes
  • Direct drive technology for durability
Recommended for

High wind, offshore locations

Model Versions
Model Rotor diameter Wind class
SWT-7.0-154 154 m IB
SG 8.0-167 DD 167 m S (IB)
SG 10.0-193 DD 193 m S (IB)
Reliable and robust for powerful results
Technical specifications
IEC Class IA
Nominal Power 6,000 kW
Rotor diameter 154 m
Blade length 75 m
Swept area 18,600 m²
Hub height Site specific
Power regulation Pitch regulated, variable speed
Driving down the cost of electricity
In harsh offshore conditions, moving parts are likely to wear. But through the application of the direct drive technology, Siemens Gamesa Offshore Direct Drive wind turbines use fewer moving parts than comparable geared machines. Besides reducing the likelihood of failures, this also means fewer spare parts are needed over the course of a wind farm’s lifetime. This unique combination of simplicity, robustness, and low weight significantly reduces infrastructure, installation, and service costs – while increasing a project’s lifetime energy output. Lower tonnage quite simply translates to greater power production at lowest lifecycle cost.
Technological highlights
Direct drive technology reduces the number of rating and wear-prone components in offshore turbines, making them simpler to maintain. Efficiency is improved by using a permanent magnet generator, which needs no excitation power. These and other design simplifications keep the weight low and dimensions small, lowering transport and installation costs.
The High Wind Ride Through (HWRT) system is a breakthrough in stabilizing energy output. When the wind speed is higher than 25 meters per second, wind turbines typically shut down for self-protection. Those equipped with the HWRT system will slowly ramp down power output instead, enabling smoother production ramp-down and thereby a more reliable electrical grid.
The development of IntegralBlade® technology enables each fiberglass-reinforced epoxy blade to be cast in one piece. This process eliminates weaker areas at glued joints and produces blades of optimum quality, strength, and reliability.
Turbine sensors continuously transmit data to the Siemens Gamesa Diagnostic Center, enabling the early detection of anomalies and preventing potential failures. By analyzing vibration patterns, we can optimize your service plan and anticipate repairs before serious damage occurs.

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