- Press Release
Omron announces winners of ‘$1,000 Sensor Giveaway’ for the food, beverage and packaging industries
Converting Equipment Int’l, Urania Engineering, Inc. and Valco Melton are the winners of a $1,000 prize toward Omron sensing products offered as part of a food, beverage and packaging industry promotion.
Hoffman Estates, IL., December 9, 2020 – Industry-leading automation solutions provider Omron Automation Americas recently announced the winners of its latest giveaway, an offer of $1,000 towards sensing products that are designed to improve operations in food, beverage and packaging applications. The reward recipients are Converting Equipment Int’l (Columbia Falls, MT), a manufacturer of slitter rewinders, die-cutters, laminators, digital finishers and hybrid presses; Urania Engineering (Hazelton, PA), a manufacturer of pre-formed pouch handling and heat sealing equipment; as well as Valco Melton (Cincinnati, OH), a manufacturer of adhesive application and quality assurance systems.
Omron sensing portfolio has sensors for every application, pushing the limits of sensing distance, flexibility with product variance and improved reliability in difficult environments. The sensing portfolio includes proximity and photoelectric sensors as well as fiber optic sensors and amplifiers, ultrasonic sensors, connectors and cordsets as well as rotary encoders.
This vast product family is growing to include smarter sensors with IO-Link that help users incorporate I/O throughout the plant for real-time condition monitoring and more comprehensive predictive maintenance. Industry professionals seeking to learn more about sensing technologies from Omron are encouraged to visit the dedicated sensing product category page.
For more information about the winners and their products, please visit their websites:
Conveyor Equipment Int’l (https://www.slitandrewind.com/)
Urania Engineering (https://www.uraniaeng.com/)
Valco Melton (https://www.valcomelton.com/)
About Omron Automation
Industrial automation partner that creates, sells and services fully integrated automation solutions that include sensing, control, safety, vision, motion, robotics and more. Established in 1933 and currently headed by President Yoshihito Yamada, Omron's about 30,000 employees help businesses solve problems with creativity in more than 110 countries. Learn more at http://automation.omron.com/.
Maggie Liu, Marketing Specialist
Omron Automation Americas