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Fortress Technology to show vector integrated conveyors

20 April 2011

Fortress Technology will be highlighting a range of high performance ‘Phantom’ metal detectors aimed at the food and pharmaceutical industries

The latest Vector integrated conveyor system has been recently enhanced to meet new supermarket retailer standards. It now features an audible or visual alarm to indicate when there has been metal rejects in order to help identify potential issues early.

The company will also be demonstrating an updated version of its Contact data-logging software. Fully compliant with British Retail Consortium (BRC) and English European Food Safety Inspection Service (EFSIS) specifications, the Fortress Technology Vector conveyor system is a convenient and effective all-in-one solution developed to achieve the most accurate detection results by optimising the performance of Phantom metal detectors.

Visit us on Stand Number 5F04/13 Hall 5.


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