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8 Ways Eaton Is Helping Partners And Healthcare Workers Combat Coronavirus

From donating face shields to healthcare workers to giving away its power management software for free, here are eight ways Eaton is helping the world fight the coronavirus pandemic.

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Touchless Tool To Help Medical Workers

Last month, Eaton activated its 3D manufacturing expertise to rapidly developed a touchless tool that helps medical workers avoid contact with surfaces and slow the spread of COVID-19.

University Hospitals in Ohio collaborated on the design and development of a new four-inch touchless tool that resembles a plastic wrench and is intended to help medical workers grab door handles, turn faucets and push buttons on phones and other devices without touching surfaces. Eaton provided the first batch of touchless tools to University Hospitals, where doctors, nurses, emergency medical technicians (EMTs) and other healthcare workers are using the device. The tool enables University Hospitals to help address concerns associated with contracting the new coronavirus from contaminated surfaces and reduces the number of times healthcare workers need to change protective equipment.

“To help fill critical needs of our healthcare workers during this crisis, we moved from concept to production in a few short days,” said Srinivas Garimella, global head of the Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence at Eaton in a statement. “This kind of speed and adaptability reaffirms the power of additive manufacturing, and I am proud of our teams across the company who stepped up to help local communities.”

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