Wednesday, June 08, 2011

Dahle CleanTEC Shredders | Improving Air Quality and Safety

Recently, Dahle, the world's leading brand name of paper shredders launched their new line of CleanTEC shredding machines. These paper shredders combine CD and DVD shredders with several new safety and performance features that are worth the investment.

Performance Features | Improving Paper Shredder ROI
The new CleanTEC paper shredders have built in performance features that will both improve operational performance as well as extend the life of the product. One of the best features is the new EvenFlow automatic oiler that will provide automatic lubrication of the cutting blades. Prior to the creation of EvenFlow, the paper shredder user would have to regularly oil the shredder blades to ensure optimum performance and ultimately this was a guessing game as to when the time was right. With the EvenFlow lubrication system the shredder does the oiling and a warning light blinks red with an audible beep to let you know when to add more oil to the reservoir.

Another great feature is the SmartPower management system that will automatically put the shredder into a sleep mode (much like your PC or Mac) to conserve power. When the shredder has been idle for 30 minutes, it shuts down to eliminate "power vampires" or wasted energy.

Safety Features | Air Quality and Personal Health
Dahle's CleanTEC paper shredders are the world's first shredders to have a built in air and dust filter system. The easy to change filters safely remove fine dust particles that are created every time you shred a document. Fine dust in the workplace has been shown to increase the likelihood of asthma, bronchitis and other respiratory problems. In fact some countries have implemented standards that require the paper shredder to be located in a separate room from company employees.

Overall the new Dahle CleanTEC shredders have vastly improved upon traditional paper shredder operation and technology. When you compare the CleanTEC shredder to other brand name shredders it's easy to see why Dahle is a cut above!

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