The 2000-watt vertical axis wind turbine is crafted using premium materials, ensuring its resilience against even the most severe weather conditions. Requiring minimal maintenance, these turbines promise years of dependable power generation.
|Start Up Wind Speed
|Rated Wind Speed
|Survival Wind Speed
|Wind Wheel Diameter/Height
|Number of Blades
||Three-phase AC permanent magnetically suspended generators
||360° Automatically Adjust Windard
|Degree of protection
||1065*520*570mm (Generator)+ 2100*360*505mm (Blade)
Dimension (Unit: mm)
Tips: How loud are vertical axis wind turbines?
Vertical axis wind turbines (VAWTs) are generally considered to be quieter compared to their horizontal axis counterparts (HAWTs). This is primarily because VAWTs operate at lower rotational speeds and feature a simpler, more compact design. Nonetheless, the noise produced by a VAWT is contingent on several factors, including the turbine's size and shape, wind speed, and the local environment.
Research indicates that VAWTs can generate noise levels ranging from 45 to 60 decibels (dB) when measured at a distance of 100 meters. This is akin to the noise level of a typical conversation or light traffic. However, it's important to note that specific VAWT designs and operational conditions can lead to variations in these noise levels.
In general, VAWT noise becomes more of a concern in urban or residential areas where stringent noise regulations are in place and nearby residents might be disrupted by the sound. To address noise-related issues, VAWTs can be sited in regions with lower population density or be equipped with noise-reducing features like acoustic enclosures or blade modifications.