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UK – Namco Funscape endorses Scan Coin ICP Active-9 coin sorter from SuzoHapp

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Namco Funscape at the Trafford Centre in Manchester has endorsed the Scan Coin ICP Active-9 from SuzoHapp which it uses to optimally manage their coins and tokens.

The Scan Coin ICP Active-9 is the only sorter in the market that can sort 9 different denominations into separate bags. It makes use of advanced sensor technology to provide fast, accurate and versatile coin sorting. Furthermore, invalid / fraudulent coins or tokens are always rejected.

This latest generation coin sorter states exactly what it does in its name – Intelligent Coin Processing: ICP. It is designed to be user-friendly and reliable, thus ensuring optimal operational uptime. The custom configuration program enables operators to simply change the coin sorting program and thus stipulate which types of coins / tokens are sorted into which bags.

Tommy Nasser, General Manager of Namco Funscape, highlights the benefits of the ICP Active-9: “This is an extremely reliable product and the coin sorting speed is fantastic. The installation and training were exemplary. The ICP Active-9 is simple to use and its speed saves us valuable time. The ICP Active-9 fits to our needs perfectly.”

John Vallis, Sales Director for SuzoHapp in the UK and Vice President of Amusement Sales EMEA, added: “The ICP Active-9 is the toughest sorter in the business. This is because its robust, cast-iron base was developed in conjunction with makers of castings for Formula One racing. This is the single biggest reason why the ICP Active-9 can continuously and reliably process over one million coins per shift.”
Another big plus for operators of the ICP Active-9 is the simple-to-use software that comes with it. Operators have all the statistics they need depicted in easy-to-understand graphics. They have access to all historical data as well.

“Our goal has been to create a solution that sorts the right coins into the right bags in the right amounts. This endorsement by Namco Funscape in Manchester shows that the ICP Active-9 does exactly that,” concluded Mr. Vallis.

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