Fellowes high security shredders are designed for specialist environments handling the most confidential documents. They shred each sheet of A4 paper into thousands of tiny fragments, making them virtually impossible to re-assemble and read.
Along with strict TAA compliance, Fellowes is proud to be a US brand that also meets BAA regulations with select shredders, which puts American made products first. Whether for a small or large office, Fellowes offers high security, micro-cut, cross-cut and strip-cut shredders that are government approved.
Government offices maintain strict requirements when it comes to destroying sensitive documents. All shredders used in all levels of government offices must be TAA compliant. Fellowes offers a line of government-approved shredders that meet these guidelines.
From strip cut to micro-cut, Fellowes offers a paper shredder that provides the best identity theft protection for any government office.
Several Fellowes government-approved shredder models have larger bin capacities requiring less frequent emptying. Many include continuous run motors so shredding projects can be completed in one sitting. The TAA compliance ensures that all government-approved shredders can be used in federal, state or local offices of any size.
Fellowes shredders offer features and options that provide shredding solutions and meet many of these various shredding needs. Jam prevention reverses paper jams or powers through them. Also, many of the machines in the government-approved line will shred stapled paper, credit cards, paper with paper clips and CD’s. Some of the government-approved shredders also feature silent operation so shredding does not interfere with office productivity.
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