Eaton showcasing latest fluid power and filtration solutions at annual distributor meeting

During the 2015 Eaton Distributor Meeting, the company will highlight some of its latest innovations including the new CLS Sectional Mobile Valves and CNG hose products.

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Power management company Eaton has opened its 2015 Eaton Distributor Meeting (EDM), the only event of its kind for the hydraulics industry featuring innovative products and technologies that keep businesses moving forward. Bringing together more than 1,000 Eaton distributors, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), and product and market experts from around the world, EDM 2015 is highlighting Eaton’s latest developments, features and solutions that help power end users through every fluid power challenge.

During the event, Eaton will reveal new offerings, including its new CLS Sectional Mobile Valves, an enhanced PowerSource mobile app and website, the latest Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) hose products, and a new Variable Speed Drive (VSD) pump solution that can provide up to 70% energy savings for equipment in the machine building, manufacturing, oil and gas, and marine industries.

“At Eaton, we take the time to understand our customer’s challenges and commit to solving them with innovative solutions that deliver quality results,” says Curtis Hutchins, President, Hydraulics Group, Eaton. “The Eaton Distributor Meeting is our way of keeping the industry apprised of our latest technical releases, as well as component and system development programs currently in progress.”

With more than 90 workshops and technical trainings, Eaton’s Distributor Meeting delivers a powerful conference and a trade show expo that provides customers an opportunity to get hands-on experience with new and proven offerings. This year’s sessions include topics such as advanced mobile valves, sensors in hydraulic systems and product updates and best practices. Additionally, EDM features a series of general sessions, including a keynote talk by Astrid Mozes, Chief Technology Officer, Eaton’s Hydraulics Group.

Eaton will be broadcasting live from the show via Periscope, a streaming video mobile app connected through Twitter, to create an “on-the-go” broadcast channel dedicated exclusively to EDM presentations and demonstrations. To access the live broadcasts, follow @Etn_Hydraulics or #EatonEDM15 for the latest developments at the show.