Eaton Mobile Tech Day: Taking Eaton to the customer

2017-08-31 15:59

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Leading Power Management Company Eaton has launched its 2017 Mobile Technology Day Tour, a month-long mobile exhibition showcasing Eaton’s latest innovative technologies and solutions for the commercial buildings and utilities industries.

The tour started in Durban will be held at the Humewood Golf Club in Port Elizabeth on Friday, 1 September. 

The Eaton Mobile Tech Day is an innovative concept that combines accredited technical seminars and demonstrative exhibitions to address customers’ power management needs and allows for interactive discussions with industry experts. Visitors will be able to access detailed information about Eaton’s product offerings and engage and network with leading authorities in technical seminars.  “Our mobile exhibition will visit nine cities across the country bringing Eaton’s products and solutions directly to the customer, while also offering our customers and partners an opportunity to have face-to-face discussions about their business needs and challenges and get first hand support from our industry specialists,” said Malvin Naicker, Sales Director for Africa at Eaton. 

On the truck, Eaton will display a selection of their fire detection systems, event communication and emergency signalling systems, guidance for emergency evacuation and emergency disable assistance products all designed for use in commercial buildings. Also on display for residential protection, is Eaton’s surge protection, circuit protection, and distribution boards.  

“Recent cases of building collapse in South Africa and the much publicised Grenfell tower fire disaster in the UK bring to light the need for ensuring that safety is a key priority for all stakeholders in the construction process, including regulatory authority. As a recognised leader in this industry Eaton are always up to speed with the latest thinking around safe evacuation from buildings and we’re constantly pushing to improve safety and power management performance,” said Naicker.

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