hard drive shredder

hard drive shredder

(1) A device that physically demolishes the platters of a hard disk to ensure that their contents can never be recovered. Hard drive shredding services may be offered by service companies that shred paper and microfilm.

(2) See data shredder.
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15 -- Security Engineered Machinery has launched a new product, viz., 0300 Jackhammer hard drive shredder. The new unit has a small footprint (37-inch high, 45-inch wide and 21-inch deep) and is easy-to-use.
Given the choice between a business that uses a hard drive shredder and one that cuts hard drives into four rather large pieces, customers may opt for the shredder because they can see how nasty and mangled the drive looks.
ERA will have an AmeriShred hard drive shredder onsite to physically destroy hard drives.
Westboro, MA, September 11, 2010 --(PR.com)-- The new Model 0300 Jackhammer[TM] Hard Drive Shredder from Security Engineered Machinery (SEM) has a small footprint and is easy to use.
Data security is one of the primary reasons businesses and individuals don't recycle unwanted equipment, and ERA's powerful mobile hard drive shredders provide a cost-effective, convenient and secure solution.
Soon we will have our trucks, forklifts, hard drive shredders, and refurbishing centers conveniently located in Winnipeg.