Blade move by Mammoet

15 June 2015

The rotor blade protrudes approximately 30 meters over the end of the vehicle. In order to minimize

The rotor blade protrudes approximately 30 meters over the end of the vehicle. In order to minimize this overhang, the SMDEL 4-67 from Nicolas has a flattened gooseneck on which the front end of the b

Mammoet Wind helped transport a 73 metre turbine blade for LM Wind Power using a Nicolas SMDEL 4-67 5-axle semi-trailer.

The blade was moved as part of the EWEA Offshore Wind trade show. Complete with turbine, the vehicle combination was 100 m long. Some concrete pillars along the route meant that the blade was transported via Lunderskov in Jutland, Denmark, before heading towards Copenhagen.

After the EWEA event the blade was transported back to Lunderskov.

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