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Eaton’s new PTO kits simplify ordering process

Eaton announced this week new wet kit packages for end-dump applications supporting the Bezares line of Power Takeoff (PTO) units that fit popular Eaton Fuller and Eaton Cummins Endurant transmissions.

The wet kits simplify ordering by including all the components needed into a single part number. Wet kits are installed on medium- and heavy-duty trucks with accessories such as booms and cranes that need hydraulic pumps to operate. The wet kit’s hydraulic pump is activated by the truck’s transmission.

Each wet kit includes a PTO with Viton seals and Garlock gaskets for easier installation and fewer leaks, a high-quality roller bearing dump pump for reliability, and an aluminum tank for lighter weight.

Eaton combined all the needed components in one kit to streamline installation and save time when compared to ordering a system with individual parts and numbers.

“Eaton’s PTO wet kits are a simple solution to a complex problem that provides our customers with a turnkey solution for end-dump applications,” said Tim Bauer, vice president, Aftermarket, Eaton’s Vehicle Group. “Our goal is to make life easier for users by providing everything they need. We’ve already done the homework for them.”

Many of the kit’s components allow end users to configure the hydraulic systems to individual customer or application needs, such as a 50-gallon aluminum tank, which can be mounted either behind the cab or with a round side mount. A direct-mount air shift dump pump can be used with both two- and three-line systems.

The kits are immediately available for shipment and can be ordered through Eaton mobile power distributors. All kits come complete with all the hardware and components needed for installation.

Eaton reached a distribution agreement with Bezares SA in 2019 to become the North American master distributor for its mobile power hydraulic portfolio. In addition to distribution services, Eaton also provides post-sale service and support for the PTOs through its Roadranger field team.