Onshore and Offshore Rotor Blade Inspections


Industry experience has proven that after two years of operation the possibility of damages on rotor blades increases as the blades begin to wear from exposure to elements & other influences. After five years of operation annual inspections are strongly recommended. Exposed glass fibre is not resistant to ultraviolet rays and will begin to absorb water. We work according to Principles for Monitoring the Condition Based Maintenance of Wind Turbines to ensure the delivery of inspection reports to the highest standards. We work closely to manufacturer’s standards.

By using the latest rope access equipment we ensure the most time & cost efficient access to motor blades while proudly ensuring the lowest environmental impact of all access methods. Our inspectors are not only specially trained rope access personnel but also qualified rotor blade experts. They work hand in hand with our engineering department to deliver the following services:

Rotor Blade and Tower Inspections

  • Damage classification in an Industry standard scoring system
  • Internal rotor blade inspection as a standard part of rotor blade inspection
  • Lightning receptor inspections and resistance measurement
  • Damage assessment and repair recommendations by experienced engineer
  • Management of reports on internet servers on behalf of or clients
  • Tower flange corrosion inspections
  • Torque control of tower bolts
  • Safety inspection of internal ladder and fall arrest systems
  • Inspection of turbine power surfaces – internal and external’