CONCRETE

Reduced construction
and maintenance costs.

LOW DRAFT

Feasible in shallow
and deep waters.

SELF-STABLE

Easily transportable.

COST COMPETITIVE

Compared to bottom-fixed
Offshore Wind Turbines.
 

  SATH

Is a pretenssed concrete floating platform consisting of two cylindrical and horizontal hulls with conical ends linked to each other through
bar-frame structures.


 

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