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Fixed and floating substructures

Strong competence in a wide range of engineering services related to offshore wind substructures, backed by proven competence from decades of experience on offshore oil and gas systems. Specialized in design and support of fixed and floating offshore structures in all stages of the asset life cycle. Our main competences include:

-Hydrodynamic and stability analysis of floating offshore structures
-Wave load analysis and global structural analysis of offshore structures
-FEM structural analysis
-Mooring analysis
-Air gap analysis of semisubmersibles
-Support to yards and owners during newbuilding, conversion projects and special periodic surveys
-Scantling, arrangement and workshop drawings of structures
-Project/engineering management
-Procurement services
-Automation and controls
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Offshore Wind

Trelleborg Offshore Norway

Njord Guide

Njord Guide are solutions that are designed to allow any flexible or rigid line or multiple lines to be centred or to be sealed, in a I-Tube, J-Tube, Tunnel or large diameter pipe.
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Offshore Wind

Trelleborg Offshore Norway

FRAME

Wind turbines can cause radar interference, showing up on radar operator’s screens as clutter, obscuring the display and resulting in lost aircraft tracking. In many instances, these wind farms are refused planning permission resulting in costly delays.

As part of its ongoing commitment to supporting the renewable energy sector, Trelleborg developed Frame™ an innovative radar absorbing material that mitigates wind turbine radar interference problems, unlocking gigawatts of new potential wind farm sites.

Frame™, is the new radar absorbing material for the wind industry, designed to offer a full mitigation solution for tower, nacelle and blades.
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Offshore Wind

Offshore Wind

Trelleborg Offshore Norway

Elastomeric Bearings

Flexible rubber bearings designed and manufactured to meet tailored demands and needs. The rubber bearings are flexible support points used in constructions to handle vertical, horizontal or rotational loads. Rubber and steel are vulcanized together in layers to create these bearings, allowing construction flexibility, and at the same time dampen shock and vibrations. We supply rubber bearings of all sizes and rigidities depending on specific specifications.
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Offshore Wind

Trelleborg Offshore Norway

Njord Cable Protection

With an ever-increasing global requirement for harnessing renewable energy, the demand for highly advanced cable protection products continues to grow. Trelleborg designs, tests and manufactures solutions to protect vital cable assets from over bending, fatigue, abrasion and impact when installed in the harshest of conditions.

As power cables are critical to any renewables energy project, the cost of cable failure is very high. Trelleborg's products protect the cables during the installation and lifespan of the asset, minimizing cable failure, repair and re-installation in vital areas where cables are at most risk and would otherwise be exposed.
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Offshore Wind

Trelleborg Offshore Norway

Njord Buoyancy

Distributed buoyancy modules are utilized in floating offshore wind farms to hold the dynamic cable in the required configurations and relieve unwanted cable tension. Trelleborg's buoyancy is designed, tested and manufactured to last the lifetime of the asset which is typically 25+ years. Leaning on its 30 years of experience and API certification Trelleborg has supplied buoyancy to almost all major floating offshore wind projects as it is cost effective, offers rapid installation and has a market leading track record.
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Offshore Wind

Cranemaster

Protection of crane and rigging during pile hammering

Sudden free fall of the piles during pile hammering due to layering in the soil, so called pile runs or pile drops, is an increasing concern in the industry. The snap loads following pile runs can be very high, exposing both personnel and equipment to high risk.

In cooperation with key players in the industry, Cranemaster has developed special shock absorbers that will reduce the snap loads to acceptable levels. As a result, risk is reduced, and expensive interruptions in the piling process avoided.

Benefits:
- Protection of crane and rigging against snap loads during piling.
- Expensive interruptions in the piling process can be avoided.
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Offshore Wind

Cranemaster

Safe deployment of large objects through the splash zone

Reduction of dynamic forces and probability of slack slings when lowering large objects through the splash zone (e.g. monopile templates, mono buckets, jacket foundations with suction buckets).
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Offshore Wind

Cranemaster

Increased ship stability during installation from floating vessels

Increased ship stability and prevention of rapid heeling (e.g. during installation of transition pieces on monopiles). Lock & Release functionality to limit the lifting height above the ship deck.
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Offshore Wind