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Electronics scrap shredder HD3000
hard disk drivefor data mediatwo-shaft

electronics scrap shredder
electronics scrap shredder
electronics scrap shredder
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Characteristics

Application
for electronics scrap, hard disk drive, for data media
Number of shafts
two-shaft
Other characteristics
rugged
Output

150 kg/h (331 lb/h)

Power

3,000 W

Rotational speed

300 rpm (1,885 rad.min-1)

Description

Hard Drive Shredder for HDD and SSD combo destruction and recycling. Hard drive shredders are industrial shredders that are used for permanently destroying computer hard drives. A hard drive is the electronic memory storage center of a computer. This is where all of a computer’s program files and documents are stored. Digitally stored information is difficult to delete; even after deleting files using a computer’s operating system, residual data remains unless it is overwritten or if the drive is physically destroyed. Two sets of Combo Blades suitable to shredded different solid state drive A hard drive shredder combines the effectiveness of jagged, crushing rotors with assembly line efficiency. Though programs exist that allow for the complete erasure of data from a hard drive, clients like the United States military and large companies weigh the potential waste and environmental degradation caused by electronics pollution against the peace of mind that hard drive shredders afford. No data survive passage through a hard drive shredder. In order to smash through plastic and metal computer parts, hard drive shredders are be especially powerful. They often feature saw tooth hook cutters or rotary blades that cross-cut vertically and horizontally. The products of this shredding process are shards of metal, some of which are toxic, and none of which can be legally disposed of in landfills

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