When it comes to aviation, Eaton's experience is deep and wide-ranging. Recognized for our leadership in fluid power, electrical distribution and control, and sensor components and systems, we can help you achieve many critical goals, including improved fuel economy, aircraft safety and reliability.
With seating for up to 555 passengers, the Airbus A380 is the world's largest commercial aircraft. It's also one of the most fuel-efficient, thanks to Eaton.
Air Cargo Carriers felt vulnerable to the area’s frequent power anomalies and after thoroughly researching various options, they discovered that one UPS soared above the competition: the Eaton BladeUPS.
Andersen Air Force Base needed tubing that could withstand tropical-climate duty and jet engine fuel. Eaton KYNAR tubing provided the right solution.
In the 1980s, Eaton’s Aerospace Group began supplying the engine-driven hydraulic pumps (EDP) for the Bombardier CRJ 100/200 regional passenger jets.
Eaton and the customer both win when all functional departments focus on a common goal. The teamwork between Eaton and Bombardier is a great example in this case of innovation.
The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) is a combat support agency whose primary role is to provide supplies and services to America's military forces worldwide.
Coolant costs were escalating for one this group’s key machine shops. Eaton Filtration carted in a solution.
To address an emerging market demand for more personal service with a new line of business jets, Embraer developed their version of the Very Light Jet, the Phenom 100.
Eaton’s fuel-inerting solution will increase safety and support FAA certification for Embraer’s next-generation military transport aircraft.
Every year airports inevitably experience delays and cancellations, but passengers at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport remain cool, warm and comfortable thanks, in a large degree, to the uninterrupted service of Eaton strainers.
Bearing close resemblance to the F-16, the T-50 supersonic trainer was developed by Korean Aerospace Industries (KAI) in partnership with Lockheed Martin.
Eaton’s new Ground Maintenance Motorpump optimizes safety, weight savings and power management for the Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighter
High-pressure seals developed by Eaton play critical roles on NASA’s most advanced rover, “Curiosity,” which is scheduled to reach Mars in August 2012.
Eaton helps Northrop Grumman reduce pressure pulsations on X-47B test rig to pave way for first flight
Eaton’s industry-leading capability in engine build-up design and manufacture are helping Rolls-Royce's Trent XWB engine meet requirements for weight reduction and increased efficiency.
The Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation CH-53K will be the world’s premier heavy-lift helicopter. Thanks to a good customer relationship, Eaton earned the business to provide integrated systems solutions for this high-tech helicopter.
The Chinook CH-47 helicopter fulfills crucial service roles around the world, not only moving troops and equipment, but also flying missions for medical evacuation