More than 80% of the components in a wind turbine and its related infrastructure are made with steel.
ArcelorMittal’s steels have been successfully used in the manufacture of more than 10,000 onshore and offshore wind turbine towers since 2005.
ArcelorMittal produces an extensive portfolio of steels which are used in the major components of a wind farm: foundations, tower, nacelle, generator, gearbox, yaw, pitch, mooring ropes, and power cables.
ArcelorMittal Europe - Long Products' offer includes:
ArcelorMittal offers a large variety of specific beams suitable for the main frame of tower nacelles and substations.
WireSolutions produces several solutions for the wind industry, such as:
ArcelorMittal Europe - Flat Products produces:
ArcelorMittal’s quarto plates are available in a wide range of qualities and dimensions, which can meet the requirements of the most demanding wind projects.
ArcelorMittal also supplies hot rolled coils of higher strength steels such as Amstrong®. These steels are suitable for taller structures and shell towers.
Our electrical steels offer includes the M400-50A grade, which is a standard today, lower loss electrical steels and specific highly permeable grades.
Energy Projects has a strong track record in the complete package supply of structural steel to the main players in the renewable energy industry.