ABOUT UNITED SENSOR CORP.
A brief history of United Sensor Corp.
United Sensor is an over 50 year old company originally started in the garage of its founder in Connecticut. In the middle 1960's United Sensor was purchased and moved to Massachusetts as a division of a much larger company called United Electric. United Sensor stayed as a part of United Electric until the middle 1990's when Jack Algeo, founder of New England Small Tube, and Adam Rakiey purchased the company from United Electric. United Sensor was then moved to its current location of Amherst New Hampshire and is now owned by Nancy McDevitt and her two sons, Andrew and Christopher Rakiey.
A company is only as good as the company it keeps.
- Automotive industries
Caterpillar, Ferrari, Ford, General Motors, Honda, Joe Gibbs Racing, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Rolls Royce, Richard Childress Racing, and Toyota to name a few.
- Aircraft industries
Boeing, Bombardier, Cessna, Lockheed Martin, Sikorsky, and Standard Aero and more...
- Colleges and Universities
Cal Tech, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, MIT, Stanford, U of Michigan, U of Notre Dame, US Air Force Academy, Virginia Polytechnical Inst., and Worcester Polytechnical Inst. are just a few.
- Gas Turbine and Environmental/ Testing industries
Bell Laboratories, The Bernd Group, General Electric, Honeywell, Solar Turbines, World Wide Gas Turbine, and United Technologies Research to name a few.
The Future is bright for United Sensor Corp.
With a well established product line and the ability to do customized work it is United Sensors' goal to make the next 50 years as successful as the first 50 years.