Eaton Highlights Fully Assembled Sub-Systems for Work, Propel, Steering and Auxiliary Machine Systems at International Fluid Power Expo

Mon February 27, 2017 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Power management company Eaton will highlight the company's fully assembled sub-systems for work, propel, steering and auxiliary machine systems designed to deliver consistent performance and superior reliability at the International Fluid Power Expo (IFPE), being held March 7-11, 2017, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Eaton's entire portfolio of power and motion control solutions, fluid conveyance, filtration and advanced Pro-FX ready products will be on display at the company's booth, S80230, at the show.

“As market needs and machine requirements become increasingly complex, original equipment manufacturers are turning to experienced partners like Eaton for fully engineered sub-systems that support and streamline their development process,” said Paul Brenner, global marketing manager, Eaton's Hydraulics Group. “Our product designers, application engineers and systems experts are driven to continuously improve the way people interact with and experience mobile machines. We look forward to demonstrating how our solutions empower dynamic performance at IFPE.”

During the event, Eaton engineering manager Chris Schottler will lead a keynote education session, “Methodologies to Improve Energy Efficiency in Fluid Power.” Schottler will discuss the latest trends for improving system productivity and overall efficiency for mobile and industrial fluid power components and systems. His presentation will take place on Wednesday, March 8 from 12:00-1:00 p.m. in education room #S233.

Visitors to the Eaton booth are also welcomed to sign the company's charity wall. For each signature on the wall, Eaton will donate one dollar to the Associated General Contractor of America's Education and Research Foundation, which awards scholarships to construction management and engineering students.

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