Aluminium and copper balls made of highly sensitive data


Source: Erdwich Zerkleinerungssysteme GmbH

In the past, IT papers were shred to protect highly sensitive data against misuse.

Today, these data are recorded digitally on computers, hard drives, digital recordings, floppy disks, USB flash drives, etc. When they have been used, they are often just thrown away. However the sensitive data that may be located on it could be reproduced at any time again. Only the destruction of the storage media can prevent this.

Erdwich has developed a machine technology that simultaneously destroys sensitive data and brings back all recyclables into the recycling loop.

In the first step, the parts are roughly broken up. Subsequently, the FE metals are separated from the residual fractions. This is treated in a further shredding step to a defined piece size, which allows separation of plastics from non-ferrous metals.

In the next step, the non-ferrous metals are put in balls, to separate aluminum from copper. Thus, the system achieves almost 100% separation of the components of the input material.

An example of plant technology which actually every state, security agency, army and other public institutions, but also companies with highly sensitive information should utilize.

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