Cross-Cut Shredder features built-in automatic oiler.

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Powered by 1½ hp motor, maximum security Model 5140/3 shreds paper to 1 x 5 mm particles at speeds of 40 fpm. Built-in oiling system keeps cutting blades sharp, even under constant use. Photoelectric controls provide hands-free start and stop; cutters are activated by introduction of documents and are automatically shut off when material is shredded. If door of machine is open or bag inside is full, blades will not operate and indicator light will signal problem.



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Maximum Security Shredder Has Automatic Oiler



WESTBORO, MA "" The new Model 5140C/3 maximum security shredder from Security Engineered Machinery (SEM) has a built-in oiling system that keeps the cutting blades sharp even under constant use. Shredding paper to 1mm x 5mm particles, it meets the requirements as set forth in NSA/CSS 02-01 for paper destruction.

The 5140C/3 is a cross-cut shredder, cutting in two directions. Photoelectric controls provide for hands-free start and stop; the cutters are activated by the introduction of documents (up to 12 sheets at a time) and are automatically shut off seconds later when the material is shredded. If the door of the machine is open or the bag inside is full, the blades will not operate and an indicator light will signal the problem.

The automatic oiler provides continuous oil flow to the cutting heads, improving performance and extending blade life. The oiler's feed rate can be set for light or heavy use. Refilling the reservoir bottle is clean and simple.

Shredding at a speed of 40 feet per minute, the 5140C/3 has a 1 1/2-HP motor. Its dimensions are 41" x 23" x 21". It weighs 275 lbs. and has a throat width of 16".
SEM is the largest direct supplier of document destruction equipment in the United States. In addition to supplying off-the-shelf units, SEM maintains a full-service engineering department that 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. Other areas of expertise include equipment for destroying "off-spec" or returned product for the pharmaceutical, medical device, and food industries and heavy-duty, high-capacity shredders for recycling applications. Positioned to serve customers globally, there are over 100 SEM Authorized Service Centers worldwide.

For more information, contact Lisa Gauvin, Sales Manager, Security Engineered Machinery, PO Box 1045, Westboro, MA 01581, TEL: (508) 366-1488, FAX: (508) 366-6814, e-mail: info@semshred.com, http://www.semshred.com/71.

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