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Hydratight, a global provider of hydraulic torque and tension equipment, has hired Steve Mickool as the key account sales person for the company's wind division.

In his new position, Mickool will be responsible for driving sales of the Hydratight product and service mix to the North American wind industry. In the past, he has primarily worked with steam and gas turbines, synchronous and induction motors/generators, their parts, auxiliary and control systems, installation, start-up and troubleshooting. Before joining Hydratight, Mickool worked for Pratt & Whitney Aircraft, Terry Steam Turbine, Turbine Technologies and Turbo Care.


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