ALE demonstrates full-service wind scope for El Llano wind farm, Argentina
ALE has successfully provided the full-service package for the El Llano wind farm, including the discharging and port handling, transported, assembly and electro-mechanical installation of 14 wind turbines.
The 14 wind turbines comprised 154 components. ALE received the wind components at Puerto Madryn, in Patagonia.
They were then transported to site using a variety of trailers suited to the job at hand. ALE utilised 36 conventional axle lines and two spacers, three extendable semi-trailers plus two trailers of different capabilities.
For the discharge on site, ALE provided several cranes, ranging from 95t capacity to 250t capacity.
For the installation and assembly scope, ALE positioned an LR1600 W/2 crawler as the main crane, an LTM1500 mobile crane, an LTM 1250 mobile crane as well as an LTM1095 mobile crane for the assembly of the T1 and T2 sections and supporting activities.
The project is ongoing and is currently at the assembly and electromechanical installation phase, where ALE an experienced team of 45 to carry out the rigging and operations for the installation and transportation.