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Paper recycling unit PAPERLAB A-8000
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paper recycling unit
paper recycling unit
paper recycling unit
paper recycling unit
paper recycling unit
paper recycling unit
paper recycling unit
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PAPERLAB A-8000 In-office dry papermaking system The sustainable way to securely destroy and upcycle paper PaperLab is the world’s first1 in-office paper secure recycler that turns waste paper2 into new paper using a virtually dry process3 powered by Epson’s unique Dry Fiber Technology. This revolutionary on-demand solution enables your business to securely destroy sensitive information, recycle, reduce its societal and environmental impact and take control of paper supplies. Destroy and recycle sensitive documents on demand When data security is crucial for your business, PaperLab delivers absolute certainty that key confidential waste is safely and effectively destroyed. It removes toner and inks and takes the waste paper2 back to its fibres. Your information stays safely on site is never entrusted to external contractors. This new solution goes way beyond conventional levels of information destruction, with a rating of P7. ISO/IEC 21964-2 Security Level P7: Destruction of data carriers in such a way that the data on them cannot be reproduced with current technology or scientific knowledge (<5 mm² particle size). Powered by Dry Fiber Technology A combination of three processes is used to turn waste paper2 into new paper – defibrating, binding and forming. Unlike conventional papermaking, PaperLab uses virtually no water from start to finish. This virtually dry process3 makes it possible to produce new paper in a small, localised cycle.

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