When you work on a large scale, even the details are big. Construction work requires both precision and power to build structures that last. That’s why Eaton solutions are a part of the largest-scale construction projects, where reliable machine operation is the key to efficiency, safety and profitability.
For the American Kennel Club, any amount of downtime puts the organization at risk for ending up in the doghouse with its customers, so the AKC relies on Eaton’s UPS to keep its company operating in top form.
Applied Industrial Technologies, a nationwide Eaton products distributor, has been Carlson Paving Product’s go-to source for Eaton products for some 10 years.
Eaton’s Flat Face Series quick disconnect couplings increase machine uptime by approximately three percent.
Earthquakes can demolish buildings in a matter of seconds, but with the help of Eaton’s hydraulic system in testing environments, buildings and bridges are standing stronger.
The technology behind the scenes at Minute Maid Park in Houston is as important to the Astros’ overall success as league-leading batting averages. The team considers the installation of Eaton’s 9155 UPS a grand slam.
When Lampson International needed help getting the world’s largest crane moving, it relied on Eaton’s Aeroquip hose products to give the massive machine a lift.
When a major grinding mill manufacturer had a long list of gripes about the only inching drive available in the marketplace, it turned to Eaton for an all-new system solution.
Without a capability to quickly and safely switch to an alternate power source, devastating hurricane seasons in Florida and along the Gulf Coast made a national retailer’s facilities vulnerable.
SIMCO relies on Eaton's HP30 high-pressure motor to power the standard drillhead on the all-hydraulic, tophead-drive rotary drill used for water well, geothermal, and auger drilling. The company concluded that the HP30 matched what all its rigs are built upon—high-pressure hydraulic systems providing big performance in compact packages.
For the past 20 years, Eaton has supplied SimEx-Iwerks with over 2,000 motion bases for its TurboRide™ two-seat, three-axis motion system.
After spending four days trying to repair a competitive disc-style clutch, copper mine maintenance personnel went with their gut and called in Eaton for tried-and-true Airflex® clutches.