Series 1 solid-state drive shredders will shred most standard solid-state drives, backup tapes, DVDs, cell phones, and assorted small e-scrap. A five-inch-wide infeed slot is standard, but an eleven-inch-wide slot is available for an upcharge. This will allow you to shred tablets, which require you to remove the battery first, just as you would with a cell phone.
Series 1 solid-state drive shredders consist of two models, multiple options, and different voltages, including 120v for the AMS-150-SSD. These slow-speed, high torque shredders are manufactured in the U.S. and can be stationary or placed in trucks for mobile hard drive shredding. Series 1 solid-state drive shredders include a spring-loaded infeed slot that is five inches wide and two inches high. A discharge bin is standard, but a modular output conveyor can be added for an upcharge. We also offer conveyor prep so that an output conveyor could be ordered separately at any time in the future.
As data bearing devices continue to get smaller, we found that some can pass through the cutters with minimal to no damage if fed improperly. Therefore, we developed precision clearance cutterheads that ensure the destruction of M.2-SSDs and other small media. These cutterheads are available on all new HDD-SSD shredders as an upgrade. A retrofit upgrade package is also available on any model purchased after 2018.
Series 1 solid-state drive shredders are available with a data capture system. It is comprised of a touchscreen display with an integral program that allows you to scan the serial number, capture a still image of it, and record an 8-second video of the drive being shred. The data capture system can be used in additional modes that allow you shred without it, scan only, scan and photograph, or run the full process.
Series 1 HDD-SSD combo shredders are also 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.