Series 2 Hard Drive Shredder
Series 2 Hard Drive Shredder Conveyor


AMS-750HD | AMS-1000HD

Series 2 hard drive shredders will shred most standard rotary hard drives up to 1″ thick, as well as backup tapes, cell phones, DVDs, and assorted e-scrap. They consist of two models that are available in our recommended 1.5″ shred width. The AMS-1000HD is also available in 3/4″ and 1″ shred widths. All Series 2 hard drive shredders are manufactured in the U.S. and can be stationary or placed in trucks for mobile hard drive shredders. They are slow-speed, high torque dual shaft shredders made from solid steel.  All models are industrial shredders that require three-phase power.

Series 2 hard drive shredders include an output conveyor that can be substituted for an infeed conveyor on the 10 HP stand model, which has a drop-down discharge. The AMS-1000HD was designed to bridge the gap between Series 2 and Series 3 hard drive shredders. It has a more robust drive train, bigger bearings, and larger diameter shafts and cutters. It is our response to the continued advancement of denser hard drives.

Our Data Capture System is also optional, and was designed to help electronic recyclers meet R2v3 requirements. It allows the user to photograph the drive, which identifies and captures the barcodes, and then videotape the shredding process. Each step in the data destruction and cataloging process is precisely time-stamped. The system’s flexibility allows users to decide whether to utilize the data capture system in full, in part, or bypass it entirely.

Series 2 HDD-SSD combo shredders are available in the same horsepower models. Click on the bold print if you want to shred rotary hard drives and solid-state drives in one shredder.



    “We love our AMS-750HD hard drive shredding truck. Our clients can see how securely we destroy their data.”

    “We plugged in the AMS-1000HD shredder and have run it 8 hours a day ever since. The machine is working flawlessly.”

    Joe N., CNE Direct

    “Our AMS-750HD truck, from 2011, has shred tens of thousands of drives and tapes… and it is still going strong in 2024!”

    Mike B., Technocycle