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3M's Renewable Energy division has introduced 3M Wind Blade Protection Coating W4600, a two-component polyurethane coating to help prevent and repair leading edge erosion on wind turbine blades.

3M Wind Blade Protection Coating W4600 is designed for application in original equipment manufacturer facilities and can be applied via brush or casting.

"3M has performed extensive testing on this product, and customers will see that it provides superior performance for a critical industry need," says Christian Claus, business development manager of 3M’s Renewable Energy division. “We are proud to expand our product offering to the wind industry.”




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