Why shred?

Shredding potentially sensitive paper waste helps combat the threat of Identity Theft.

What to shred?

Shred all documents that show personal, financial or company information before throwing them out. Shred anything that you wouldn't want in the hands of a stranger.

Shredder
1. Where will the shredder be located and how many people will use it?
2. Which tye of feed: Auto Feed or Manual
AutoFeed

STACK the sheets in the top of the shredder
SHUT the lid
DONE now get on with something else!

AutoFeed

Shreds up to a certain number of sheets at one time

3. What security level should you have?

Basic Security

Basic Security

For day to day paperwork containing non-sensitive information

Cuts 1 A4 sheet into 40 pieces


General Security

General Security

For day to day paperwork containing sensitive information

Cuts 1 A4 sheet into approx. 200 pieces


Confidential Security

Confidential Security

For business documents containing proprietory information and / or sensitive personal information

Cuts 1 A4 sheet into approx. 400 pieces


High Security

High Security

For confidential business documents with ID. financial and strategic information

Cuts 1 A4 sheet into approx. 2,000 pieces


Ultra High Security

Ultra High Security

For very sensitive information. Financial, legal, military and proprietory information

Cuts 1 A4 sheet into approx. 6,000 pieces


Top Secret Security

Top Secret Security

For top secret government and military documents

Cuts 1 A4 sheet into approx. 15,600 pieces


4. Select paper feed capacity and bin size
A higher paper feed capacity means less time spent shredding. A larger bin allows more shredding before emptying the bin.
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If you have any questions concerning any of the above please phone Plymouth on 01752 336699 or Cornwall on 01326 563424. Alternatively...