Tough computer designed for food plant use

By Ahmed ElAmin

- Last updated on GMT

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A new industrial computer has been designed to withstand the
frequent cleanings that need to be done in food and beverage
plants.

With the increasing emphasis on food safety in plants, demand has risen for machines and equipment that can withstand the water and chemicals used in the cleaning process.

MGR Industries claims its APC Technology FT2255 computer is able to withstand spray washing and environments with a high concentration of airborne particulates.

The computer has a 15 in. touch screen and a stainless steel housing. The machine allows workers to continue using gloves when operating the computer.

The unit features a hardened glass face and can operate in temperatures ranging from -10°C to 55°C.

The computer has a Centrino Pentium M processor, 256 MB memory, 60 GB 5.5 in. HDD storage along with a series of ports and mounts.

Related topics: Processing & Packaging

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