Paper Shredder

A paper shredder is a mechanical device used to cut paper into chad, typically either strips or fine particles. Government organizations, businesses, and private individuals use shredders to destroy private, confidential, or otherwise sensitive documents. Privacy experts often recommend that individuals shred bills, tax documents, credit card and bank account statements, and other items which could be used by thieves to commit fraud or identity theft.

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Detailed Description for Paper Shredder

Features:

·         Safeguards your large information from theft

·         Desk side office shredder for personal use

·         Provides optimal energy efficiency

·         Straight-cut shredding for personal and business documents

 

Applications:

·         Animal bedding — Animal bedding is one of the most economical and ecological methods of recycling. Waste paper or card, be it news print, off cuts, or cardboard boxes, can be shredded and bagged to produce a warm and comfortable bed for animals. This then decomposes very quickly on a muck heap.

·         Security shredding — Document destruction, to prevent identity theft was one of the earliest uses of shredders. Shredding into strips, or dicing documents, makes it nearly impossible for the documents to be read after shredding.

·         Void fill and packaging — Shredded material can be used both as an aesthetic and functional product. Shredded cellophane and shredded cardboard in elastic mat form can be used to package high street goods. Shredded cardboard in mat and strip form can be used as a void fill for the transportation of goods.

·         Cardboard briquettes — Briquettes are quickly becoming a viable alternative to coal and other non-renewable fuels.

·         Children's playgrounds — Once tires have been shredded and granulated, they are often combined with a strong resin to create soft rubber playground surfaces.

·         Waste reduction — Shredding waste material generally reduces waste volume by up to 75%, which, for the remaining material that reaches landfill, is much less robust and takes up less room in fill.

·         Insulation — In Japan, finely shredded newsprint is often mixed with flame-retardant chemicals and glue to create a spray-able insulation material for the construction of buildings to be applied on wall interiors and on the underside of roofing.

 

 

 

 


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