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The Garner HDTD-8800 Large Format Degausser is a high-capacity degausser that can handle a heavy load of all tape formats, laptops, and hard drives. This unit will permanently remove data from the source and save you money on having to buy additional media. The HDTD-8800 will erase any format of magnetic media up to 2.5 x 14 x 12.5" (HLW) including laptop computers.
This easy to use machine does not require extensive training and can be used by those who are non-technical. Within two minutes, the tape is erased. Merely open the unit's tray, slide the media in, push the "Start" button, and the HDTD-8800 will do the rest.
If your company is dealing with sensitive material that needs to be destroyed after a certain amount of time, a Garner Degausser is an indispensable addition to your inventory.
Note: Hard drives will not be able to be re-used, but tape media such as DLT, SDLT & AIT will be able to be re-used
Complies with GLB Act and HIPAA Mandates for magnetic media reuse and disposal
Erases network drives with hot swappable hardware attached
Metal mounting hardware should be removed
Ersaes six (6) hard drives or nine (6) DLT, SDLT or SDLT II media at one time
In the Box
Garner HDTD-8800 Large Format Hard Drive Eraser and Tape Degausser 110-120VAC (50/60Hz)
Table of Contents
Large format hard drive eraser and tape degausser
2.5", 3.5" hard disk drives, laptop computers, SDLT II, 8mm, LTO, reels, video, audio
Magnetic Field Strength
9000 Gauss (Direct Current)
2 minutes (approx)
HDTD-8800: 27 x 21.5 x 31.25" (68.6 x 54.6 x 79.4cm) (LWH)
Shipping: 35 x 30 x 40" (88.9 x 76.2 x 101.6cm) (LWH)
Net: 266 lbs. (120 kg)
Shipping: 400 lbs. (181 kg)
Garner HDTD-8800 Large Format Hard Drive Eraser and Tape Degausser 110-120VAC (50/60Hz) Review