NSA Listed Paper Shredder Requires No Cutting Head Lubrication
The Model 1201CC High-Security Paper Shredder from Security Engineered Machinery (SEM) produces a waste particle of only 1mm x 4mm, meeting the requirements of NSA/CSS 02-01. Unlike most paper shredders that require routine lubrication of the cutting head, the 1201CC features a lifetime lubricated cutting head that requires no additional oiling.
The 1201CC is also equipped with a number of other green features including an Energy Savings Mode which draws no electrical power when the shredder is not in use. An integrated fan press distributes waste particles evenly in the collection bin to reduce the frequency of bag changes. The 1201CC has an insulated motor and cabinet for extremely quiet operation. Units can be supplied to operate on 115V/60 Hz or 220V/50 Hz power.
The 1201CC features automatic stop/start/reverse/shutoff and a unique LCD operational status panel. Its feed opening is 12.4” and its generous waste collection bin holds up to 30 gallons of particles. The unit is 34” x 20” x 20” and is mounted on casters for easy movement to different locations.
SEM is the largest direct supplier of information security equipment in the United States. In addition to its business customers, SEM supplies every American embassy in the world and most U.S. military, intelligence, and law enforcement agencies. The company’s full-service engineering department designs special products, such as the currency-destruction systems in use by the Federal Reserve Bank and other central banks. There are more than 100 authorized SEM service centers worldwide.