Why "a type" is "wordiness" here? How can I express this meaning?
Grammarly said the "a type" is potentially unnecessary, how can I modify this?
The Zhuhai Customs has applied a type of intelligent equipment which enables automated/ self-service immigration clearance.
If we say ' a type of intelligent equipment', it is little bit confusing. The reader may think of different possible intelligent equipment, this may distract the reader from reading; 'intelligent equipment ' may make the reader less confused and distracted, so the reader is more attentive with reading. I can also say that ' a type of intelligent equipment' is a relatively long compound word that the reader has to consider the meaning together, so if the reader has only 'intelligent equipment', he can better catch the meaning.
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