Eaton’s Mining Tech Day in Shenyang, Liaoning
Showcases Robust Performance Above and Below Ground


Date: 2014/5/28

LIAONING, SHENYANG… Power management company Eaton hosted its Mining Tech Day today in Shenyang, Liaoning, which was themed in “Experience robust performance above and below the ground”. Through optimization and integration of the extensive range of products and technologies from its Hydraulic, Electrical and Vehicle groups, Eaton showed to local major customers and partners its advanced solutions tailored for the Chinese market and covering every stage of the mining value chain.

“China’s traditional mining economy has been confronted with an unprecedented challenge of transformation, but it is also an opportunity for Chinese mining companies,” said Mr. Joe-Tao Zhou, President for Eaton China. “We hope to reach out to customers and local partners by hosting this event to facilitate very specific discussions on how Eaton can help customers with cost control, enhancement of energy efficiency, safety management and improved profitability.”

With the demand-supply landscape changing and costs rising, the demand to upgrade industrial structures and develop resources sustainably in China has become increasingly more important. As a world's leading power management company, Eaton is committed to serving local mining equipment manufactures with reliable, trust-worthy and highly efficient solutions that help Chinese mining customers increase the efficiency of investments and energies, maximize uptime of key equipment, protect the safety of personnel, assets and the environment, and provide a driving force for the continuously growing market demand.

Eaton's expanded products and service portfolio from its Hydraulics, Electrical and Vehicle groups penetrates every stage of the mining process (exploration, drilling, shipping, processing, stacker, smelting). Highlights of today’s Mining Tech Day included brakes that can effectively guarantee the safe, reliable operation of electric shovels; clutches that allow smooth starting and uncoupling of grinding mills; and the all-new ASN3i intelligent switchgear. Discussions were also conducted with guests about the applications of Eaton’s hydraulic steering devices, fluid connectors, lean automation solutions, voice communication and digital transmission systems and explosion proof appliances in various mining fields such as coal boring machines, mines, drilling machines, metallurgy and metal forming machinery. Additionally, Eaton shared its latest energy management support and real-world experience with industrial peers to help local customers better understand the latest market advances and technologies from around the world.  

Eaton is a power management company with 2013 sales of $22.0 billion. Eaton provides energy-efficient solutions that help our customers effectively manage electrical, hydraulic and mechanical power more efficiently, safely and sustainably. Eaton has approximately 101,000 employees and sells products to customers in more than 175 countries. For more information, visit www.eaton.com.