Category: ACMWind


Are you looking for innovative solutions? Don¬īt miss the opportunity to contact us!!

ACMWind: The first solution that uses airborne emissions to assess the integrity of wind turbine drivetrains.


Got interested? Feel free to contact us for more information.


Wind Europe Conference & Exhibition 2-4 April Bilbao

Wind Europe Conference & Exhibition was held last week in Bilbao, Spain. Another great event that brought together more than 7,000 professionals from the wind energy sector and 300 exhibitors from 50 countries.

We were there checking the latest technologies and promoting ACMWind.

In fact, ACMWind launching is coming soon!  Stay tuned for more information.


Conference & Exhibition 2-4 April Bilbao

Are you going to WindEurope¬īs 2019 Conference and Exhibition in Bilbao?
We will be there as well! Reach us at if you would like to arrange a meeting with us for more information about ACMWind.
Hope to see you there!



WindEnergy Hamburg 2018: The global on and offshore expo

Great days at the biggest and most important event of the wind industry worldwide #WindEnergyHamburg2018. We would like to thank all of you who visit our booth!

Stay tuned for further updates here in our blog.


Come and visit us at WindEnergy Hamburg 2018

Next month¬†we will be participating at the world¬īs leading expo: WindEnergy Hamburg 2018.

Come and visit us at our booth B7:566 to know more about ACMWind. Discover how our innovative low-cost acoustic condition monitoring system that detects failures in the rotating machinery of the wind turbine will revolutionize the wind energy market.

WindEnergy Hamburg 2018
25-28 September
Hamburg Messe und Congress
Booth B7:566

Do not miss this opportunity. Hope to see you there!


First unit of ACMWind installed in Italy

We are delighted of announcing that it has been installed the first ACMWind in Italy, at Basilicata region. This achievement is the result of the successful agreement between ACMWind and a company of recognized prestige from Italy.

One unit has been installed in a wind turbine rated 850KW and over the next weeks it will be moved to several others with different faults. The data will be accessed remotely and the ACMWind team will analyse them to identify the defects.

Failures contribute directly to maintenance/operational costs and consequently the cost of energy. Our purpose with ACMWind is to improve efficiency and increase profitability with a low-cost acoustic CM system able to detect faults in drivetrain components, reducing the downtime of the wind turbines and leading to considerable savings.  Thanks to this partnership ACMWind team will be working on the last modifications and improvements to the system to get ready to market in 2019.

Closer to turn a disruptive idea into reality. We will keep you updated with the latest ACMWind news!


Join us now and be one of the distributors of this disruptive CM system

ACMWind will be available to the market in the beginning of 2019 and our team is looking for companies interested to be the first ones to have ACMWind in their sales portfolio.

Our purpose with ACMWind is to improve efficiency and increase profitability with a low-cost acoustic CM system, adding value over the long-term, saving significant costs in subsequent operations and improving availability thus increasing wind turbine operating life.

Do you want to be our distributor? Please be in contact with us. By signing our distributor agreement your company will not be subjected to any obligation. Your only commitment is to be beneficiated for being one of the first distributors.

Join us now and be one of the distributors of this disruptive CM system!



Upcoming Webinar

The majority of wind turbine failure is caused by faults in the drivetrain.  Vibration-based condition monitoring is widely used for assessing wind turbine drivetrain components, however, the cost of such systems can be high.  In response to this, a novel new technique, based on airborne sound generated by the rotating machinery and using microphone sensors, is being developed which can reduce the cost of condition-based maintenance for wind turbines.

Join our webinar to find out how failures on the drivetrain can be detected using the airborne emissions detected by a microphone installed in the nacelle.  In addition, attendees will learn how faults can be localised, providing wind farm operators with vital information they can incorporate into their maintenance planning and scheduling. Do not miss it! Register here