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Cv International (Cvi) has released an updated version of its Nitrogen WINDPACK, which the company says features improved ergonomics and productivity for wind turbine maintenance technicians.

According to Cvi, the portable nitrogen servicing kit reduces by over 66% the weight and volume that technicians must maneuver into place when servicing a turbine's nacelle accumulator using traditional methods.

The company says its newest WINDPACK reflects users' requests for a lightweight and durable nitrogen servicing unit that enhances ergonomics by maintaining the load on the hips.


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