Document Shredders

REI offers four models of Conveyor-Fed Light Duty Industrial Paper Shredders.

These large, powerful units are designed for high volume, centralized shredding and secure document destruction.

Our shredders and grinders offer a superior design, PLC controls, high energy efficiency motors, easy maintenance and a preventive maintenance program that is backed by our service repair team. These shredders can be matched to balers, both horizontal and downstroke.


Each shredder has a frame size of 47 1/4 in. high x 36 in. wide x 59 in. long with a 28 in. long infeed conveyor. Each successive model has more power, a larger drive train and greater shredding capacity/ throughput. All shafts, cutters, bearings, etc. are sized for the largest horsepower in the series.


Precision ground, A-2 tool steel cutters have positive saw-tooth grip. This high grade alloy is known for its durability and its ability to hold a cuttingedge. These cutters will easily shred mylar microfilm, microfiche, large and small paper clips, staples, credit cards and Acco fasteners without harm to the cutters.


All models of REI Light Duty Industrial Paper Shredders can shred paper up to 16 in. wide and into 5/16 in. wide strips. Other shred widths are also available.

Important Web Site Links Concerning Document Destruction

FACTA is the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act, a federal law designed to reduce the risk of consumer fraud and identity theft and applies to every inpidual or business. Violators run the risk of class action suites and penalties.
Info about FACTA. Federal Trade Commission for the consumer.
HIPAA the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is a federal law to prevent abuse of personal health information, including unauthorized access. Administered by the US Department of Health Services and enforced by the US Office of Civil Rights.
Info about HIPAA. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.
Gramm-Leach-Bliley (GLB) Safeguards Rule
Gramm-Leach-Bliley (GLB) Safeguards Rule Requires institutions to take steps to protect sensitive customer information. Procedures dealing with the proper disposal should be incorporated.