AMS 1000 Cross Cut Cutters
Series 1 Industrial Paper Shredder


AMS-300cc | AMS-500cc | AMS-750cc | AMS-1000cc

Series 1 industrial cross cut paper shredders will shred large paper clips, staples, credit cards, and cardboard as easily as paper. The cutters are manufactured from a high-grade alloy that is known for its durability and ability to hold a cutting edge. Series 1 industrial paper shredders are manufactured from solid steel and have individual precision-ground cutters that rotate around the shafts.

Series 1 industrial cross cut paper shredders have a paddle wheel crusher in front of the cutters and low voltage, key locked controls. The electrical components are housed in a dust-proof enclosure and a current sensing relay automatically stops the shredder in the event of a jam. 

Series 1 industrial cross cut paper shredders are conveyor fed and available in 3 to 10 horsepower models. They look identical but each successive model has more power, a larger drive train, and greater shredding capacity. All components, including the shafts, cutters, and bearings, are sized for the largest horsepower in the series. 

Series 1 industrial strip cut paper shredders are also available in the same horsepower models.

MODEL # HP 1/4″
x 1-7/8″
x 1-1/2″
x 5/8″
AMS-1000cc 10 650-900 N/A N/A
AMS-750cc 7.5 500-750 450-650 400-600
AMS-500cc 5 400-650 400-600 300-500
AMS-300cc 3 350-600 300-550 250-450
Voltage 3 Phase
Infeed Conveyor 16″ W
Horsepower 3, 5, 7.5 or 10
Weight 1600 – 1800 Lbs.
Dimensions 59″ L x 36″ W x 47.5″ H
Casters Included
40 Gallon Bag Holder Included
Extra Large Feed Table Included
Cart Tipper Additional
Dust Collector Additional
Output Conveyor Additional
Auto Lubrication Additional



    “Steve exceeded my expectations. He was very thorough, professional, and clearly interested in what I needed. I ended up buying an AMS-300HD and I’m very pleased with its performance.”

    “The AMS-750 industrial paper shredder is exactly what we thought it would be and we are happy with its performance. We use it every day, all day long, and haven’t spent a dime on parts.”