The SEM Model SSD1-HS from Security Engineered Machinery (Westboro, MA) reduces solid state devices to waste particles of .5mm squared or less and meets DIN 66399 Standard E-7 – smaller than the NSA requirement for sanitization of SSD devices per NSA/CSS EPL 9-12. Absolute destruction through repetitive high speed cutting of memory media ensure all data is properly sanitized. Storage media is continuously cut until it is small enough to pass through a customer selected waste sizing system to meet customer’s security level or a specific DIN Level. Items that can be destroyed in the Model SSD1-HS include solid state boards, RAM, smart phone / cell phone components, SIM cards, USB flash drives, compact flash and even optical discs. Features include:
- A compact design, with all components housed within a custom enclosure for maximum sound, odor and dust control.
- Destruction capacity dependent on the media being destroyed and the customer selected sizing screen.
- An ergonomic operator interface, which allows easy viewing and control of all machine functions.
- An interlocked feed slide with integrated feeding protocols ensuring proper metering of media through the data sanitization process.
- Safety interlocks, which prevent operation when any safety guard or panel is not in place or waste disposal is required. An air filtration system consisting of a carbon pre-filter and HEPA filter is also included.