Swingline LS32-30 Strip-Cut Jam Free Shredder (32 Sheets / 20+ Users)

BH #SWLS3230 • MFR #1770035B
Swingline LS32-30 Strip-Cut Jam Free Shredder (32 Sheets / 20+ Users)
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Swingline LS32-30 Strip-Cut Jam Free Shredder (32 Sheets / 20+ Users)

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Swingline LS3230 Overview

The LS32-30 handles all your basic business shredding needs including DVD/CD and credit card shredding. Made for a large office, this Non-stop Jam Free strip-cut shredder powers through as many as 32 sheets at once.

Key Features

  • Strip-cut shredder meets basic security needs (Level P-2)
  • Shreds up to 32 sheets at a time
  • 30-gallon pull-out waste bin with bin full indicator
  • Continuous duty run time lets you shred more paper faster
  • Ultra-quiet (=60dB) to ensure minimal disruption in the office environment
  • Intelligent SelfOil feature extends cutter life
  • Non-stop Jam Free red and green LED lights indicate whether or you are exceeding or within capacity to prevent jams before they occur
  • Intelligent Self-Cleaning Cutters automatically remove shreds that cause build-up and lead to jams
  • Shreds DVDs, CDs, credit cards, paper clips, staples and documents
  • Wheels attached for easy mobility
UPC: 033816094109

Swingline LS3230 Specs

Device TypeShredder
ColorBlack, silver
Warranty2 years
Security LevelP-2
Cut TypeStrip-cut
Shred Size0.25 in
Wastebin Capacity30 gal
Speed252 in/min
Paper Entry Width10 in
ShredsCDs, credit cards, staples, paper clips, paper, DVDs
Continuous Run Time (minutes)Continuous
Motor ReverseYes
Reverse TypeAuto
Recommended Number of Users20+
Pull-Out BinYes
Anti-Jam TechnologyYes
Auto-Oil MechanismYes
FeaturesBin full warning, Jam Free, SelfOil, Intelligent Self-cleaning Cutters, Intelligent Power Save
Dimensions & Weight
Width21 in
Depth21 in
Height35 in
Environmental Parameters
Sound Emission60 dB
Packaging Info
Package Weight126.85 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)39.75 x 28.25 x 26.25"
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