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Fortress Technology Inc. 

51 Grand Marshall Drive, Toronto, Ontario, M1B 5N6, Canada


Fortress Technology began in 1996; believing that through superior product design and engineering, the production of higher quality equipment with better sensitivities could be achieved. The phenomenal market response to our Fortress Phantom line of metal detectors validated that belief and the philosophy on which it is based; simple operation, outstanding reliability, and exceptional performance. Fortress Technology is the only Metal Detector Manufacturer that, since our inception, custom manufactures our equipment and software, to suit a customers’ needs, applications and specifications to ensure optimal metal detection with a high ROI. We are renowned in the industry for superior performance and sustainability, our equipment is used widely in various industries all over the world. A global enterprise, we have manufacturing offices in Canada, the UK, and Brazil serving our worldwide distributors.

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