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Fortress Technology’s New Guide To Metal Detection Set To Become Essential Reading For Global Food Industry

A practical Guide to Metal Detection in the Food Manufacturing Industry

Fortress Technology (Europe) Ltd leading UK manufacturer of high performance ‘Phantom’ metal detection systems for the food industry – has published ‘A practical Guide to Metal Detection in the Food Manufacturing Industry’.

Set to become essential reading amongst global food manufacturers, processors and packers, the handy, easy-to-read booklet is full of useful advice aimed at further ensuring food safety and reinforcing the importance of metal detection within today’s modern production facility.

Sarah Ketchin, Managing Director at Fortress Technology comments: “The Guide is designed for use by food companies of all sizes, ranging from the fledgling business about to purchase its first system to the multinational organisation with hundreds of units across several sites in different parts of the world.

Sarah continues: “Just nine pages long and A5 size, we have kept text to a minimum and used lots of diagrams, images and illustrations to help demystify the metal detection process even further.”

Fortress Technology’s comprehensive Guide includes sections on how a metal detector works, different type of metal detectors, important features, optimizing the performance of metal detectors, testing procedures, maintenance, validation, minimising metal detection risk and staff training.

To request a copy of the new Guide please contact Fortress Technology on 01295 256266 or email [email protected] or visit www.fortresstechnology.co.uk

Fortress Technology (Europe) Ltd

We are a leading designer and manufacturer of ‘Phantom’ & “Stealth” branded metal detection systems for a wide range of markets to satisfy both customer and retailer codes of practice, including BRC.

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