Westboro, MA, June 21, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Security Engineered Machinery has redesigned its low-volume disintegrators for the thorough destruction of sensitive and outdated records. Ideal for office use, the powerful Model 200 and Model DS-200 both destroy paper and many other materials, including CDs and DVDs, key tape (in strips or rolls), floppy disks, audio cassettes, ID badges, credit cards, etc. Model DS-200 is a dual-stage unit with a built-in conventional shredder that can accept 14 sheets of paper at a time with no need to remove staples or paperclips. Pre-shredding reduces cycle time, saves energy, and extends the life of the on-board disintegrator.
At the heart of each model is a rotary knife mill in which blades are mounted on a solid steel rotor and a stationary bed. As the rotor spins, waste is continually cut until the pieces fall through a steel sizing screen. Both models have been evaluated by the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA), and with the standard 3/32″ screen the resulting particles are small enough to meet the requirements of NSA/CSS Specification 02-02 for the destruction of paper and NSA/CSS Specification 04-02 for the destruction of optical media. With an optional 5/64″ screen, the particles are small enough to meet NSA/CSS Specification 04-01 for the destruction of key tape.
Other features of the Model 200 and Model DS-200 disintegrators include a 2″ x 9″ feed opening, a new waste-evacuation/dust-collection system, and a new cabinet for quieter operation (80-85 dBA). Neither model requires lubrication. Overall dimensions are the same for both models: 59″ x 51″ x 25″. Both come with 100 35-gallon waste collection bags.
A leader in the secure destruction of electronic media and paper documents, Security Engineered Machinery, ISO 14001 registered, is the largest direct supplier of data-destruction equipment in the United States and operates the largest secure destruction facility in the Northeast, adjacent to its headquarters in Westboro, Massachusetts. The company’s full-service engineering department designs special products, such as the currency destruction systems in use by the Federal Reserve Bank and other central banks. Every American embassy uses SEM equipment. Areas of expertise include the destruction of hard drives and other mixed media; “off-spec” or returned product for the pharmaceutical, medical device, and food industries; and heavy-duty, high-capacity shredders for recycling applications. More than 100 SEM authorized service centers are positioned to serve customers worldwide.