FREE Webinar Aids Design of Compact Track Loader Drives

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Time is running out to sign up for a free webinar on drive selection for compact track loaders.The compact track loader (CTL) market has been growing fast thanks to the machine's versatility and high performance. As these machines move towards higher speeds and horsepower, which motor design reigns supreme?

When CTLs first emerged, equipment manufacturers had to select from existing track motors, which weren’t optimized for the machine, so compromises had to be made. Even with innovations in both direct-drive and two-stage motors, no motor technology emerged as superior.

In this webinar, Todd Degler, Product Manager for Geroler motors at Eaton Hydraulics, will explain advancements in direct-drive motor technology and how they have enabled them to be used in CTLs. Key benefits are smarter, more efficient machine designs for today and the future.

The webinar will compare the benefits and limitations of direct-drive and two-stage motors in CTLs. Participants will gain a better understanding of the three critical factors that affect motor design and learn how Eaton’s new HP50 Geroler motor addresses the issues operators experience with their current motor.

The webinar will be broadcast live at 11:00 EDT on Thursday, July 28. However, if your schedule prohibits you from attending the live webinar, you can catch an archived version after that.

Click here to go to the registration page for this free webinar.

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Alan Hitchcox

Alan joined Hydraulics & Pneumatics in 1987 with experience as a technical magazine editor and in industrial sales. He graduated with a BS in engineering technology from Franklin University and...
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Alan joined Hydraulics & Pneumatics in 1987 with experience as a technical magazine editor and in industrial sales. He graduated with a BS in engineering technology from Franklin University and...
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