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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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Helped Build New Wuhan Hospitals

In February, Eaton helped complete the construction of two new field hospitals in Wuhan, China in just 10 days. Eaton, its electrical contractors and distributors were part of the construction project at the new Huoshenshan and Leishenshan Hospitals that delivered an additional 2,500 hospital beds to the front line of this global health emergency.

Earlier this year, an urgent request came to Eaton from the regional utility, Wuhan Power Supply Bureau. Both Huoshenshan and Leishenshan Hospitals needed help connecting to utility power. In a matter of days, Eaton and its partner helped connect the main power supply at both hospitals and provided the medium-voltage cable accessories supporting intelligent and reliable power distribution. Eaton solutions are now powering the hospitals, enabling medical teams to diagnose, treat and monitor more patients.

“Working in the field complicates access to a steady and reliable power supply, which can be a matter of life and death when critical medical equipment is involved,” said Howard Liu, president of Eaton’s Electrical Sector for Asia-Pacific region in a statement. “Eaton is committed to providing high-performance solutions to everyday heroes on the frontlines – on typical days and in moments of crisis.”

 
 
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