The dual-mode ultra-high-security shred truck will make its European debut at London conference.
Shred-Tech, based in Cambridge, Ontario, will introduce its MDX-1 dual-mode shred truck to the European market at the NAID-Europe/PRISM Conference in London, Nov. 7-9, 2011.
Shred-Tech says the patent-pending MDX-1 can shift from regular to ultra-high-security shred mode in four seconds. In standard shred mode, the shredder can achieve up to 2,950 kilograms (6,500 pounds) per hour of throughput. In ultra-high-security shred mode, the shredder produces ultra-small shred particles, which meet DIN (German Institute for Standardization) 3 specifications, while having a throughput of up to 1,190 kilograms (2,500 pounds) per hour.
The MDX-1 is available in ground tip and in side-lift formats with 15- and 18-metric-ton chassis. According to Shred-Tech, other features include the Gripper Tipper on-the-ground container tipper, a patented retractable bin tunnel loading system and the Plus 1 micro-control system, which enables remote system diagnostics and real-time video of the shredding process.
The MDX-1 includes a Predictive Idle feature designed to increase fuel savings and to reduce shredder and engine hours by sensing the shredder's load and shutting down the system once shredding is complete.
Attendees of the NAID-Europe/PRISM Conference can learn more about the truck and see it in action by visiting Shred-Tech at booth No. 12 during the event.
More information on the MDX-1 is available by e-mailing Shred-Tech's U.K. and European sales office, Shred-Tech UK, Newark, U.K., at email@example.com or at www.shred-tech-uk.com.