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  • Merging Expertise

    posted on Thursday, June 14, 2018

    As a great year continues here at United Equipment Accessories (UEA) we are continuing to build up our workforce and are excited to announce that Ben Amfahr has recently joined our Engineering team as a Design Technician. While Ben is new to the engineering team, he has been a long-time valuable UEA employee. For three years, Ben has held the Team Lead position for our Harness Layout and Artos departments. Prior to being Team Lead, Ben worked in a production capacity in the Harness Layout depart

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  • 1.5” Bore Slip Ring Circuit Options at UEA

    posted on Thursday, June 7, 2018

    United Equipment Accessories (UEA) offers a wide variety of circuits in our 1.50” bore slip ring series to fit customer's requirements. UEA engineers assist customers by recommending ring material and brush material based on the customer's specific slip ring applications. Check out our current available options.

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  • The Value of Each Employee

    posted on Thursday, May 31, 2018

    How do you define a career? Is it the projects accomplished? Is it the sales dollars, the business contacts made, or the growth of the business? Or is it something else - something less tangible? These are some of the questions, among others, that come to mind when one thinks about retirement.

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  • Another Successful AWEA Conference

    posted on Tuesday, May 22, 2018

    Each year, AWEA attracts several large and small turbine manufacturers from around the world and is a great way to make connect with them all in one place. It's also a chance for UEA to showcase our new and existing product lines to potential customers. This is the 14th year that UEA has attended and exhibited at this conference, highlighting our wind turbine slip ring products for the ever-growing industry. This year we showcased a couple of new slip ring designs for both OEM's and the afterma

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  • Proper Maintenance of Hydraulic Swivels & Systems

    posted on Thursday, May 17, 2018

    Proper or no maintenance of hydraulic equipment can mean the difference between scrapping a machine at 20,000 hours or more instead of 5,000 hours. And because they often are located deep within the workings of machines, hydraulic swivels (also called rotating joints or rotating manifolds) usually receive little or no maintenance. A well-designed hydraulic swivel should not require much maintenance. However, if the swivel is mounted in a location where it is surrounded by hoses or tubing, short

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