Power management company Eaton today announced a new promotional campaign highlighting the reliability and efficiency of the company’s Delta motors for agricultural and industrial applications. As part of the campaign, qualified original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) interested in testing the motor can register to receive two free prototypes.
“The importance of reliability in hydraulic motors cannot be overstated,” said Todd Degler, product manager, Eaton. “Motor problems on a piece of equipment can prevent completion of critical tasks and lead to unwanted repair costs. Our Delta motors employ the latest technology, including our new Extreme Duty Seal Guard, to keep systems running smoothly.”
Part of Eaton’s Geroler family of motors, the Delta motors provide extraordinary performance in mobile and stationary hydraulic systems. In newly released multiple-sample testing, the motor life exceeded 200 hours, outlasting competitive options by nearly double.
Eaton’s recently announced Extreme Duty Seal Guard offers the highest level of motor protection for equipment working in harsh conditions, such as cement augers, dredgers, fertilizer and salt spreaders, tillers and other machines that require power wash-downs.
Qualified OEMs can register to receive the free Delta motors prototypes through the end of 2016 by visiting www.eaton.com/FreeDelta.