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Intimus 9000 Degausser for Hard Drive Shredder
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Intimus 9000 Degausser for Hard Drive Shredder

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Intimus 9000 Degausser for Hard Drive Shredder

Part #: 349104
Brand: Intimus
1 Questions, 1 Answers

Your Price: $21,282.79

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ProductDescription

Intimus degaussers rely on APT (Advanced Pulse TechnologyTM). During the erase an effective quick burst generates a strong and powerful pulse. This results in 90% lower energy consumption compared to other models. At the same time they produce an erasing field many times stronger than those produced by the read/write heads in hard drives and tape drives. The field strength of an intimus degausser destroys the magnetic structure and ensures that the data are no longer recoverable by computer or laboratory attacks. Since the technology does not rely on software, it will also completely and permanently erase failed and damaged hard drives regardless of the operating system or interface. Built-in safeguards check the stored power before each erase cycle, ensuring complete erasure every time. A field strength meter, audible tones and lighted push buttons report the status of the degausser to the user.

Product Details

  • Fast, safe and complete erasure in only one go
  • Push button or auto-operation with door activated auto feed
  • PCS (Pulse Confirmation System) ? audio and visual verification of degauss
  • Continuous duty, no cooling cycles necessary
  • Clear indication of the operating status with indicator lights and sounds
  • Portable with two integrated handles
  • Very low magnetic influence to surrounding area
  • Meets German standard DIN 33 858 for degaussers

ItemSpecifications

  • Magnetic Field Intensity: 9,000 Oe
  • Magnetic Flux Density: 9,000 Oe
  • Erasure Cycle Time: 12 second
  • Tape & non-HDD Media Capacity: 1" x 6" x 4.3"
  • Duty Cycle: Continuous
  • Power / Amps: 120 V
  • Dimensions (W X D X H): 12.25" x 13.125" x 18.75"
  • Weight: 68 lbs.
  • Part Number: 349104

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: Intimus Crypto Degausser 9000. Load hard disk drive and start degaussing process. Batch mode. Overload detection. Fast, safe and complete erasure in only one go. Audio and visual verification of degauss. Continuous duty, no cooling cycles necessary. Very low magnetic influence to surrounding. Intimus Crypto Degausser 9000.... Read More
Intimus Crypto Degausser 9000. Load hard disk drive and start degaussing process. Batch mode. Overload detection. Fast, safe and complete erasure in only one go. Audio and visual verification of degauss. Continuous duty, no cooling cycles necessary. Very low magnetic influence to surrounding. Intimus Crypto Degausser 9000.
Transcript: Intimus Crypto Degausser 9000. Load hard disk drive and start degaussing process. Batch mode. Overload detection. Fast, safe and complete erasure in only one go. Audio and visual verification of degauss. Continuous duty, no cooling cycles necessary. Very low magnetic influence to surrounding. Intimus Crypto Degausser 9000.... Read More
Intimus Crypto Degausser 9000. Load hard disk drive and start degaussing process. Batch mode. Overload detection. Fast, safe and complete erasure in only one go. Audio and visual verification of degauss. Continuous duty, no cooling cycles necessary. Very low magnetic influence to surrounding. Intimus Crypto Degausser 9000.
Questions & Answers
Q:
Does this unit shred and Degausse?
Asked by S. Parker 10 months ago
A:
No this is just a degausser that can be added onto your hard drive shredder for added security. Using the two units together will allow you to magnetically erase the data from your drives before shredding thus adding additional security and preventing any chance that sensitive data can be extracted from discarded or obsolete hard drives.

Answered by MyBinding.com 10 months ago
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