Westboro, MA, July 14, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- The new Model 0202 OMD Optical Media Destroyer from Security Engineered Machinery (SEM) has the highest-rated throughput capacity of all such shredders evaluated and listed by the National Security Agency (NSA) — 2,400 CDs or DVDs per hour. Exceeding the requirements of the NSA/CSS 04-02 Standards, it reduces discs to tiny 2.0 mm x 3.9 mm particles. Unlike competing models, the Model 0202 has Auto Sync dual voltage capability and two power cords to operate on either 110-120V/60Hz or 220-230V/50Hz power, making it ideal for overseas deployment.
Small enough for office use, the unit is 32” high, 20” wide, and 18” deep. Heavy-duty casters allow for easy maneuverability. The feed opening is on top, specially designed to readily accept optical discs. The Model 0202 is controlled via an exclusive touch screen that provides users with operational status information. It features auto start/stop and automatically shuts down if the waste bin is full or the door is ajar. Cutter lubrication is provided by sheets saturated with environmentally friendly vegetable-based oil.
The start-up kit for the Model 0202 includes two power cords (for U.S. and European standard outlets), a waste collection box, two lubrication sheets, and five anti-static waste bags. A 1-year warranty covers all parts.
Founded in 1967, Security Engineered Machinery (SEM) is the world leader in data destruction solutions for all media, including both unique products and destruction services. ISO 14001 registered, SEM is the nation’s largest direct supplier of data-destruction equipment, from office paper shredders to heavy-duty hard-drive shredders and disintegrators, and operates the largest secure destruction facility in the Northeast. More than 100 SEM authorized service centers are positioned to serve customers worldwide. The company’s full-service engineering staff is the largest and most experienced in the industry, able to customize destruction systems for specific businesses or government agencies. Anticipating future needs and technologies, SEM also partners with Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and the U.S. military to develop new products and systems for the destruction/recycling of electronic media.