Paper capacity refers to how many sheets can go through the shredder at once, measured in SPP “sheets per pass”. Larger, industrial paper shredders will typically be able to handle more sheets per pass than a standard home shredder.
Paper shredding oil is a must for all high security and high volume paper shredders. In fact, all paper shredders should be oiled regularly to keep them in proper working order. The frequency of oiling your shredder will depend on how often you shred documents and the type of shredder you use. For all finer […]
The oil need to lubricate the blades of a paper shredder is a special type of blended lubricate that is critical for most finer cut shredders that need to operate for extended periods. The oil reduces friction which allows the motor to remain in good working condition for the life of the shredder. Many paper […]
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Patient Health Information (PHI) destruction is an essential part of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliance. To be compliant with the HIPAA requires that all forms of PHI are truly obliterated. The most convenient and effective way of being HIPAA compliant, with regards to paper documents that contain PHI is document shredding. […]
Two Types… A cross-cut shredder cuts paper both lengthwise and widthwise. They will significantly decrease the volume of your paper shredding but will often require more maintenance. Strip-cut shredders cut paper lengthwise into strips and require little or no maintenance. The shredded paper from strip cut shredders is not very compact and requires emptying of […]
Many organizations and professionals are depending on Compact Discs (CDs) to store hundreds of megabytes of data. This data might contain sensitive information that might prove dangerous in the wrong hands. CD shredders literally “chew” up the CDs and reduce them to small bits and pieces of plastic thus making the data on them irretrievable. […]