custom slip rings

  • Finding a Component Supplier You Can Trust

    posted on Tuesday, July 10, 2018

    It's time to call your supplier. Who else can you depend on when you've lost that high from knowing that all your turbines are up and functioning? If a component is to blame, you need to know who you can depend on to get you what you need, when you need it.

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  • Small Component, Big Reliability

    posted on Monday, April 2, 2018

    Fiber optic rotary joints are being considered more and more as a replacement for conventional precious metal contacts in wind turbines.

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  • Customer Service Expanding at UEA

    posted on Thursday, December 21, 2017

    At UEA we take great pride in our customer service department. While we have a specific department for customer service we also recognize every employee is part of our customer service team. With increased business and the addition of our hydraulic swivel line, the need to expand this department has been identified.

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  • Custom Slip Ring for Industrial Stretch Wrapper

    posted on Tuesday, December 5, 2017

    A new 62-circuit electrical slip ring has made its way through United Equipment Accessories. This S15C series slip ring with mounting tube assembly was designed to be mounted upright in a dual boom stretch wrapper application. Each boom section requires 12 circuits for power, 18 circuits for signal and 1 circuit for ground. The customer also requires an air-line to pass through the slip ring which required a special mounting tube and a ¼” pneumatic air swivel.

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  • What are the Standard Operating Temperatures for Hydraulic Swivel Seals?

    posted on Tuesday, November 21, 2017

    Temperature: It's in the air, it's in the news, and it's always changing. We are approaching the season when the ‘snow birds' typically pack up and head south. Looking outside on this blustery, rainy day, that sounds like a good plan. Not only do humans operate better in temperate conditions, but many mechanical devices such as seals, also operate better in mild temperatures.

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