Project Description

Solid State Hard Drive Shredder Series 2
Series 2 Solid State Drive Shredder

SOLID STATE DRIVE SHREDDERS
SERIES 2

Series 2 SSD Shredders
AMS-500-SSD | AMS-750-SSD | AMS-1000-SSD

Series 2 solid-state drive shredders will shred SSD’s, cell phones, memory cards, thumb drives, and other solid-state devices to 3/8″ wide particles. This small shred size is required to destroy all of the memory chips that solid-state products use to store data. Any batteries must be removed prior to shredding.

Series 2 solid-state drive shredders consist of three models from five to ten horsepower. An output conveyor is a standard inclusion but it can be substituted for an infeed conveyor on the AMS-1000-SSD stand model, which has a drop-down discharge. 

Series 2 solid-state drive shredders have optional features that include an air filtration system, fork pockets, a hard drive counter, and a viewing window. All Series 2 solid-state drive shredders are manufactured in the U.S. and can be stationary or placed in trucks for mobile hard drive shredders. 

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. 

MODEL #HPSHRED
WIDTH
DRIVES
PER HOUR
AMS-1000-SSD103/8″2000
AMS-750-SSD7.53/8″1800
AMS-500-SSD53/8″1500
WarrantyOne Year
Infeed Chute11″ W x 2.5″ H
Weight2500 – 3000 Lbs.
Power Specs208/230/460v – 3 Phase
Stand ModelAMS-1000-SSD Only
Frame Model Dimensions79″ L x 60″ W x 66″ H
Stand Model Dimensions72″ L x 48″ W x 84″ H
Output ConveyorIncluded
Backlit LogoAdditional
Fork PocketsAdditional
Infeed ConveyorAdditional
UL/CSA LabelingAdditional
Hard Drive CounterAdditional
Air Filtration SystemAdditional
Stainless Steel CombersAdditional
Lighted Viewing WindowAdditional

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    Testimonials

    “Ameri-Shred’s equipment is dependable and works so well that we own more than one Series 2 hard drive shredder. We will continue to buy Ameri-Shred shredders to meet our ever increasing data destruction needs.”