Press Release Summary:
Mounted on casters for mobility, Jackhammer(TM) destroys computer hard drives, optical media, and any other electronic devices that can fit through its 10Â¾ x 2Â½ in. feeder-chute opening. Sawtooth hooked cutters, powered by 5 hp motor and high-torque mechanism, reduce items to 1Â½ in. shreds. Capable of chewing up 20+ HDDs/min with minimal noise and vibration, key-operated 54 x 50 x 89 in. shredder includes discharge conveyor and emergency stop button.
Original Press Release:
Powerful Shredder Chews Up Hard Drives
WESTBORO, MA - Fast, safe, and easy to use, the new Jackhammer(TM) Hard Drive Shredder from Security Engineered Machinery (SEM) destroys computer hard drives, optical media, and other electronic devices (cell phones, BlackBerrys®, memory sticks, etc.). Specially designed sawtooth, hooked cutters reduce them to 1½" shreds.
With its 5HP motor and high-torque mechanism, the Jackhammer can chew up more than 20 hard drives per minute with virtually no noise or vibration. Considering its impressive power, the unit is compact - only 54" x 50" x 89" including its convenient discharge conveyor that deposits waste into a dumpster or other container. Mounted on casters, it can be moved easily.
Ideal for e-scrap recyclers, data centers, hospitals, and other facilities that need to destroy large quantities of confidential/sensitive information in accordance with various government regulations and industry standards (HIPAA, FACTA, SOX, PCI DSS, etc.), the Jackhammer also satisfies National Security Agency requirements for physical destruction of drives after they have been degaussed by an NSA-listed degausser.
A key is required to start the unit, so only authorized personnel can use it. For safety, an emergency stop button halts operation. The feeder-chute opening is 10¾" x 2½". A 208/230/460V outlet is required.
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 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.
For more information, contact James T. Norris, Vice President, Norris & Company, 437 Turnpike Street, Canton, MA 02021, Tel: (781) 821-8300, FAX: (781) 821-8301, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.semshred.com.