Garner FLASHPRO Solid-State Destroyer (170mm Opening)

BH #GAFLASHPRO • MFR #FLASHPRO
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Garner FLASHPRO Solid-State Destroyer (170mm Opening)
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Expected availability: 7-14 business days
$10,495.00

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  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.

Garner FLASHPRO Solid-State Destroyer (170mm Opening)


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Garner FLASHPRO Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Key Features
  • 3SmartControl operation
  • 4SmartCut shredding system

The FlashPro is a high-volume destroyer, specifically designed to shred digital media in an office environment. The FlashPro destroys a wide variety of media, including smartphones, mini-tablets, USB sticks, solid-state drives (SSD) and optical media.

Key Features

  • Prevents forensic recovery of data, stored on solid-state memory chips
  • Destroys a wide variety of media
  • Fully automated with SmartCut
  • High-volume destroyer with a large destruction capacity
  • Office-quiet and plugs into a standard receptacle outlet

SmartControl operation

The FlashPro is equipped with SmartControl. SmartControl allows the operator to override the automated destruction process to control the process, while observing the destruction of the media through a safety window. The FlashPro's quiet, single-phase drive motor operates off standard power supplies in offices around the world.

SmartCut shredding system

The FlashPro's SmartCut shredding system automatically adjusts to the shape of the media by reversing and forwarding the cutting wheels, until the media is gripped. The cutting wheels stop when the destruction process is complete.

Garner FLASHPRO Specs

General
Product TypeHard drive destroyer
Voltage RequiredAC 120-240 V
Package ContentCatch basket (25 l), plastic bag, oil bottle (110 ml)
Width24 in
Depth38.6 in
Height22.8 in
Weight255.73 lbs
Manufacturer Warranty
Service & SupportLimited warranty - 1 year
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