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SunSource, a fluid power distribution company, is offering a pitch control valve repair program for wind farms. The program will allow wind farms to have a proportional valve repaired on an as-needed basis or participate in an organized exchange program.

With the swap-and-repair program, SunSource can supply wind farms with cleaned, repaired and calibrated proportional valves when turbine maintenance is scheduled. The company can repair and inventory a wind farm's pitch control valves that were removed from turbines. SunSource provides repair on the pitch control valves found within most wind turbines.

For more information, go to sunsrce.com.




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