SencorpWhite and Urania Engineering Announce Partnership

SencorpWhite and Urania Engineering developed a strategic partnership that will link Urania’s engineering solutions with SencorpWhite’s technical expertise and broad service capabilities in medical heat sealers.

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This collaboration solidifies SencorpWhite’s commitment to providing high performance heat sealing systems. Rotary band heat sealers are ideal for medium to high volume applications, making it the application of choice in medical device and pharmaceutical packaging, as well as food and dry bulk products.

Urania Engineering, based in Hazelton, Penn., has a proud history of American engineering and innovation that spans more than 40 years, and is the leading manufacturer of rotary band heat sealing equipment. The company’s PouchPro and Packaging Answer systems are synonymous with innovation and efficiency in the packaging industry. “We have been working closely with the SencorpWhite team and are confident that our relationship provides the potential for a long and mutually beneficial collaboration that provides increased value to our existing customer base and the expanding market for heat sealing and packaging equipment,” says Eric Curran, General Manager at Urania Engineering.

SencorpWhite, through its CeraTek and Accu-Seal sealing businesses, will provide greater market reach, enhanced technical support, and strengthened service capabilities. Drawing on its extensive industry knowledge and participation on ASTM and AAMI technical committees, CeraTek and Accu-Seal distinguish themselves by serving as a trusted partner to customers operating in FDA regulated industries like medical and food packaging.

“With this partnership, we have the ability to increase the breadth and reach of sealing markets and processes,” says Kent Hevenor, Vice President of Sealing Technologies. “With the expected on-shoring of medical device manufacturing, the Urania product is well suited for medium and high-volume applications.”

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