Powering Forward Through Wind Power
According to the World Energy Council, wind power could equate to 12% of the global energy demand, resulting in the saving of 10,000 million tons of carbon dioxide over the next 12 years. Wind is easily accessible, continuously renewing its availability, and remains to be one of the cleanest sources of energy in the world.
As the global transformation of our energy system continues to expand, the Allied Machinery family of companies continues to be among the premier suppliers to the major wind equipment manufacturers worldwide.
Milwaukee Machine Works has been a leader in the manufacture, repair, and upgrade of wind turbine gearboxes and torque arms for over two decades. During peak demand, the company supplied castings and machined over 100 gearboxes and 20 torque arms per month. Its reputation and involvement in the wind market has welcomed new customers from around the globe, resulting in its increased portfolio of available products and services. With combined efforts alongside Allied Machinery, its team is currently capable of providing a complete solution worldwide, supplying castings, welded fabrications, precision CNC machining, CMM inspection, repairs, upgrades, retrofits, and inventory management for most major components to the wind turbine assembly including:
- Wind Turbine Gearbox Housings
- Wind Turbine Components
- Planetary Carriers
- Torque Arms
- Motor Armature Housings for Power Generators
- Ring Gears
There will continue to be an increasing demand to convert wind energy into electric power not only because of its environmental attributes, but also because it provides an efficient, reliable, robust, and sustainable energy source worldwide.
The Allied Machinery family of companies will continue to be in the forefront of the wind market and take their stand in protecting the environment for generations to come.