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E-RAD HITS OVER 1 MILLION CYCLES
September 13, 2019
Any tool is an investment, and every good investment needs a high return on investment (ROI).
In industries like wind energy, where precision work happens hundreds of feet off the ground, the best ROI means investing in a tool that reflects the tremendous effort you put into the work.
Recently, we came across this E-RAD BLU that had 1.79 million cycles, more than 10 times the cycles of an average tool. For 12 years, this tool was put to work in the production of General Electric turbines, erecting and maintaining them. With proven durability on top of a speed that surpasses traditional hydraulic systems, the E-RAD system is the industry’s top choice.
After working with them for two decades, RAD Torque Systems understands the wind energy industry. Durable, high-speed and lightweight, the E-RAD BLU saves labour time, lowers project downtime and erects wind towers faster than any other tool, all while handling the 2,000 foot-pounds sometimes needed for tower bolts.
RAD tools are trusted to maintain wind facilities around the world, and the E-RAD BLU is the system of choice. Companies like General Electric, Vestas, Siemens, Goldwin and Iberdrola rely on RAD because they know our torque wrenches can meet the unique needs of the industry.
Brian Warmerdam, a Technical Support Manager at RAD said that “on average the tools reach 20-30 thousand cycles per year and this one reaches over 10 times that, proving their incredible return on your investment.”
RAD tools are made to last, especially with regular maintenance. RAD recommends servicing your tools every 25,000 cycles or every year—whichever comes first. This contributes to the longevity of your equipment and protects your investment.
With proper servicing and re-calibration, your RAD tool could even claim a new record. We’re sure the 2 million cycle milestone is right around the corner!
Learn more about our wind industry solutions here: https://www.radtorque.com/industry/wind-energy/