Vos Prodect has been awarded by JDR Cable Systems to supply the Cable Hang-Off Systems for the offshore wind farm Arcadis Ost 1. The 257 MW offshore wind farm, which is developed by Parkwind Ost GmbH, will be located 19 km off the German island Rügen in the Baltic Sea.
By the end of Q2 2022, Vos Prodect will deliver sealed Cable Hang-Off Systems, securing the submarine power cables to the top of the monopile and offshore substation. A benefit of using Cable Hang-Off System regards installation time, which is kept to a minimum. The average time to install the temporary hang-off clamps of the Cable Hang-Off System takes approximately 45 minutes. Even inexperienced users, who have attended ‘training days’, are able to install the temporary hang-off clamps in under 1 hour.
The inter-array cables for Arcadis Ost 1 will be supplied by JDR and will be installed by Global Offshore. By late 2023, when the offshore wind park is scheduled to be operational, the generated wind energy will be able to supply 290,000 households.
”We are happy to be supporting JDR Cables once again with a challenging project. We have grown to be the leading cable hang-off system supplier by servicing the best global cable manufacturers with full support at all stages of the projects, including a strong focus on after-sales service. Thanks to our long-standing relationship with JDR, we can deliver the hang-off systems flexibly and quickly. Our dedicated team of experienced engineers will continue to strive to deliver the highest standards of customer service and satisfaction”, said Cagatay Aygar, Technical Sales Manager , Vos Prodect Innovations.
Arcadis Ost 1 is a 257 MW offshore wind farm developed by Parkwind Ost GmbH. The wind farm will be located in the Baltic Sea, northeast of the island of Rügen in Germany.
Scheduled for completion in late 2023, the project is committed to the highest standards and will be using state of the art construction methods for the installation of some of the world’s biggest wind turbines.
Source: Vos Prodect/Parkwind