United Avionics, Inc. manufactures high quality, technically advanced, electric cable assemblies and wiring harnesses. Our technical expertise and facilities permit us to manufacture harnesses that can meet difficult conditions such as high temperature limits, harsh environments, difficult configurations, moisture resistance and EMI and RFI protection. Many of the UA products are constructed to withstand water and other fluids, shock, vibration, barometric variances, salt spray, sand, dust and fungus. Features of our extensive production capabilities are listed below.

Molding - Manufacturing harnesses for difficult environments is a specialty at United Avionics, Inc. Utilizing a specially designed transfer and compression molding process, UA can encapsulate back shells and other harness parts in millable compounds such as polyurethane, Viton, Flourel, Neoprene, buna and silicone rubbers. Through this process, UA can produce harnesses that can meet special environmental needs including being flame retardant, abrasion resistant, and impervious to typical engine fluids.

Potting - Technologically advanced mixing equipment and special ovens give the UA casting and potting department the ability to mold in a wide variety of compounds, including polyurethane, polysulfides, epoxies and silicone rubbers.

Braiding - The braiding department with New England Butt machines ranging from sixteen to thirty-six carriers each, can shield and braid in a large number of materials including stainless steel, fiberglass, Refrasil™, Nomex™, Halar™, Kevlar™, Peek™, and nickel, silver and tin coated copper. Extensive braiding and shielding experience and knowledge permit UA to manufacture to a wide variety of customer requirements.

Thermocouple - United Avionics, Inc. manufactures high quality, technically advanced flexible and semi-rigid thermocouple harnesses which can be constructed to meet many of the common problems that these products often face, including moisture resistance, flexibility and EMI and RFI protection.

Lean Manufacturing - The process of working to improve quality and lead time while simultaneously working to lower costs has included several components, including the introduction of the lean manufacturing process. Carefully monitored inventory control, lot size reduction, minimized paper flow, employee cross training and minimal product movement between departments all contribute to optimum efficiency and lower costs.