Showcasing our Wind Energy Capabilities at IPF this Week!

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By Supreme Integrated Technology April 27, 2022

SIT is excited to exhibit in the International Partnering Forum (IPF) in Atlantic City, NJ on April 27th – 29th at booth #312 for the first time! IPF is the premier offshore wind energy conference in North America. Hosted by the Business Network for Offshore Wind, IPF connects global leaders and businesses in the supply chain, offers unparalleled networking opportunities, and delivers breaking updates on the industry, from technology to policy.

SIT’s experience within the marine industry, including ballast control, hull automation, steering systems, jacking systems and more, makes us a great partner for offshore floating wind turbines and vessels that support the installation and maintenance of both floating and fixed turbines. SIT specializes in custom systems for challenging applications to add to the rich history of marine component and system supply. As a single-source system integrator, SIT is engaged in all aspects of the project including design and development, manufacturing, and onsite commissioning while adhering to many regulatory standards such as ABS, DNV-GL, or Lloyd’s Register.

Floating Wind Turbines

  • Active ballast systems
  • Integrated Ballast Control System

Fixed Wind Turbines (WTIV or Feeder Vessels)

  • Jacking Systems
  • Hull Automation (Ballast) Systems
  • Steering Systems

Vessels Supporting Installation and Maintenance

  • Steering Systems
  • Winches
  • A-frames
  • Ramps
  • Davits
  • Launch and Recovery Systems

Contact us to learn more about our Wind Energy capabilities and how we can help with your next project.

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