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Flatware Recovery Systems, Inc.
8705 Juniper • Lansing, MI • 48917
517.803.2652 or Fax: 517.627.8240
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August 19, 2005
By greatly reducing the cost of replacing accidentally discarded flatware, the Flatware Detectorâ„¢ Restaurant Metal Detector will save the restaurant industry a great deal of money.
Flatware Recovery Systems, Inc. has announced the release of the “Flatware Detector� Restaurant Metal Detector.
This remarkable new product is now in production with orders being shipped around the USA. “We've launched the product with orders exceeding our wildest dreams,� said John King, Flatware Recovery Systems, Inc. CEO. “The response to the product from industry professionals has been overwhelmingly positive. Restaurant owners can't wait to get them installed and are even more excited about the savings aspect,� he noted.
The Flatware Detector™ is a loop type metal detector designed to alert service and kitchen staff whenever a metal object such as flatware or silverware, is accidentally discarded with food scraps or other trash. By sounding an immediate alert, the employee is able to quickly retrieve the discarded flatware. Unlike magnetic devices, it can detect expensive high-nickel flatware as well as silverware. A digital numeric counter tracks the number of metal objects discarded, thereby allowing shift supervisors to easily determine the effectiveness of the detector, and the performance of their staff. “Staff have their awareness raised, and good habits are reinforced by the unit,� according to one tester.
The detector is key-operated, preventing employees from circumventing the detector. “This feature was requested by several of our testers,� said King. “Only supervisors, or those holding the keys, can turn the detector on or off.�
The detector fits snugly onto a 32 or 44 gallon garbage can, the most commonly used trash receptacle in restaurants. “We consulted many restaurant owners, hoteliers, and restaurant suppliers before deciding to match our product to this popular garbage can,� King noted.
Larger restaurants can spend thousands of dollars annually replacing flatware. The relatively low cost of the restaurant detector (MSRP $699) means that it can pay for itself in a very short time. “We've already had an enormous amount of inquiries from large restaurant chains who want them in every one of their restaurants,� Noted King “Clearly, the demand for this product is huge.�
The Patented Flatware Detectorâ„¢ is available from Flatware Recovery Systems, Inc.
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