Phiston MediaVise SSD V-Spike
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Description of Phiston MediaVise® SSD V-Spike
The Phiston SSD Destroyer is back with the same amazing performance and quality, but with a brand new feature. The new Mediavise SSD V-Spike is equipped with a shocking electrical bolt that kills all the electrical components of solid state drives, such as memory chips. The electrical jolt occurs while the two crushing plates of 187 interlocking teeth push together to puncture and break the solid state drive. And just as before, Phiston promises a patented performance of a 20 ton force that compresses and mangles solid state drives beyond recovery. The V-Spike, like all other Phiston models, is fully automated and effortless. Users need only to turn on the machine and place a SSD into it.
The V-Spike delivers a 2 in 1 performance that completely destroys solid state drives, inside and out. The new electrical jolt increases security to an already safe destroyer, going the extra mile to assure security in a friendly desktop size and small footprint that can easily be deployed in any office. It will easily destroy SSDs from the comfort of your desk or storage facility. Its small size adds another level of security as it reduces the risk of chain-of-custody and makes it perfect for personal use. For high volume destruction, the V-Spike can be equipped with the optional chute accessory that will empty debris into any designated waste receptacle, eliminating the need to empty and come into contact with potentially dangerous debris. Made in the US with high quality blades (that never need replacing or sharpening), the new Mediavise SSD V-Spike is packed with high security performance in a conveniently sized destroyer.
|Manufacturer Name||Phiston Technologies|
|Punching Cycle||30 sec|
|Manufacturer Part Number||MVS-500-01|
|Weight||135 lbs ( 150 lbs - 240V)|
|Voltage||120 VAC 15A|
|Shipping Weight||160 lbs.|
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