SMC at Pack Expo Connects Innovation Stage – Safety Solutions to Improve Productivity and Decrease Carbon Footprint

PRESS RELEASE / September 24, 2020

SMC and Jon Jensen, Certified Machinery Safety Expert (TUV Nord), will present how compressed air and pneumatics can positively impact productivity, operator safety, energy conservation while reducing the carbon footprint in any industrial facility.

Safety and efficiency are key metrics in any manufacturing operation. Every facility has Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) regarding lost time due to safety violations, as well as “Corporate Social Responsibility” goals for energy efficiency and CO2 reduction.

This presentation (Nov. 10 at noon) will address Safety and Efficiency in pneumatic systems in compliance to ISO 13849.

Register for this information session by:

  • Accessing
  • Click Education (Screen Shot A)
  • Click Innovation Stage (Screen Shot A)
  • Click See Sessions (Screen Shot B)
  • Scroll down to Tuesday, Nov 10 at 12:00 PM (Screen Shot C)
  • Click “Innovative Safety Solutions to Improve Productivity and Decrease Carbon Footprint”
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NOTE: you must register to attend Pack Expo Connects to be able to create a MyConnects Planner)

About SMC Corporation of America

SMC Corporation of America is headquartered at 10100 SMC Boulevard, Noblesville, Indiana 46060, and is a subsidiary of SMC Corporation in Japan. SMC Corporation is the world’s largest pneumatics company dedicated to sustainable factory automation with technical development centers in Japan, the U.S., Europe and China.

There are 26 sales offices in the United States and 5 sales offices in Canada supported by domestic engineering, manufacturing and inventory located in Noblesville, Indiana.

About Jon Jensen

Jon Jensen is the Energy Conservation Group Manager for SMC Corporation of America responsible for consulting services on energy conservation in pneumatic systems.  He is a Certified Machinery Safety Expert (TUV NORD) and manages machinery safety products. Prior to the Energy Conservation Group, Jon served for 10 years as SMC’s North American Training Manager.

He is a past president of the International Fluid Power Society, an Accredited Instructor, and holds Pneumatic Specialist and Electronic Controls Specialist Certifications.