SITES solid state hard drive shredders are built with the same technology as our rotational hard drive shredders, but they produce a much smaller 0.375” particle size. The smaller particle size is necessary due to the density with which solid state drives store data on small chips. To effectively destroy all data, each and every chip must be damaged. Therefore, shredders that produce a particle size larger than 0.375” allow some chips to escape the shredder undamaged, leaving them intact data vulnerable to theft. Throughput capacities on our five base SSD shredder models range from approximately 250 drives per hour up to 1,500 drives per hour.
All SITES SSD shredders meet NIST guidelines and are available with CE Marking.