slip ring assembly

  • 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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  • Protecting Against Corrosion with Alodine

    posted on Wednesday, March 7, 2018

    One of the fastest, simplest, and most cost-effective ways we can provide extra protection to our assemblies is by using alodine, a special coating for aluminum and other non-ferrous alloys, to protect against corrosion.

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  • Small Slip Rings are a Big Deal

    posted on Wednesday, September 27, 2017

    When most people think of wind turbines, bigger components like motors and blades immediately come to mind. Smaller components, on the other hand, are often overlooked. However, it's those small components that can make or break a system.

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  • Wind Slip Ring with Terminal Blocks

    posted on Tuesday, November 22, 2016

    This new electrical slip ring has progressed beyond the design phase and is about to make its way into production at United Equipment Accessories. The S15D series slip ring assembly with terminal blocks was designed to be installed horizontally in a wind turbine application. The terminal blocks allow for a custom configuration using modular terminal blocks sized for the amperage and voltage requirements.

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  • Rugged Designs for the Forestry Industry

    posted on Thursday, March 24, 2016

    As United Equipment Accessories progresses through 2016 with a myriad of new hydraulic swivel requests and designs, I'd like to take a minute and show off one of our most popular models.

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