“The MediaVise Hard Disk Drive Destroyer has been specifically designed to meet all of the requirements of the
Computer hard disk drives and personal information devices hold an inordinate and increasing amount of sensitive and personal information, and they continue to spell financial devastation for individuals, companies, financial institutions, government organizations, military installations, and credit card processors. The MediaVise Compact Destroyer completely destroys all 2.5 and 3.5 hard drives regardless of their size, format or type. It also destroys cell phones, PDAs, Pagers, circuit boards, and machine electronics with confidential information.
At the touch of a button, the MediaVise Compact patented* crushing plates deliver 40,000 pounds of force per square inch to the vulnerable platters, PC boards, and read heads of the drive to completely destroy the internal platter and all the electronics. The entire process is completely automatic and meets government specifications for Data Destruction. The unit is quiet, smooth, safe, and virtually vibration free--best of all, it plugs into a normal wall socket for office use.
The powerful MediaVise Compact HDD Destroyer automatically crushes, bends, breaks and mangles the hard drive - including the data platters upon which data is stored and the heads which record the information. Complete physical drive destruction prevents the drive from being able to "spin" up, thus the data cannot be retrieved. Once the
The patented* MediaVise Compact Destroyer is the most operator friendly destroyer available. The operator only needs to drop the drive into the feed slot, and the machine automatically inserts the drive into the crushing mechanism. When the drive has been completely destroyed, it drops into the crushed receptacle for disposal. The machine features completely automatic, hands-off operation. Safety is paramount, and the lock-out doors assure that the machine will not engage unless the doors are completely closed.
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