Eaton plans to nearly double its production capacities for hollow valves in Nordhausen, Germany, to meet growing demand for this technology from OEMs producing downsized engines. This month new machines will be installed in the Nordhausen production facility.
The incumbent designs for hollow valves are so-called tube-to-tube, where the head and …
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