United Brothers Technology can serve a wide range of ventures including oil and gas, petrochemicals, water and power.
Advanced technology is a leading regional supplier of life-saving equipment for marine and fire-fighting industries including evacuation systems, life rafts, and protective clothing.
Winches use two types of DC motors, permanent magnet motors, and series-wound motors. All-electric DC winch motors consist of one set of coils, called an armature, inside another set of coils or a set of permanent magnets, called the stator. It is the job of the stator to produce a magnetic field that will cause the rotor (or armature) to rotate when an electric current flows through it. Applying a voltage to the coils produces a torque in the armature, resulting in motion. With all types of motors, the higher the horsepower rating, the more torque, and power the motor will have. The winch rating is a combination of motor torque and gear train gear ratio reduction.
Bottom loading offers benefits that cannot be achieved with top loading designs. This takes place on the ground, making it inherently safer for the operator. It also allows for simultaneous loading of several tank compartments increasing speed and efficiency of loading. Bottom loading is easily adaptable to vapor recovery systems. Thermowells are available as separate components or as a part of complete temperature sensor assemblies. Multi-stage precision regulators maintain constant output over wide changes in flow and supply pressure.