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Shred-Tech MDS-35GT.

* A mobile document destruction system capable of processing up to 8,000 pounds per hour in a variety of particle sizes

* Can be installed on a single- or tandem-axle chassis and allows for a maximum legal payload capacity of up to 10,000 and 19,000 pounds

* Constructed entirely of aluminum and has undergone 10,000 hours of extreme environment and destructive testing

* Includes a three-year limited warranty

* Equipped with extreme environment, interactive PC-based controls and an ultra-high resolution LCD monitor

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Title Annotation:PRODUCTS
Publication:Recycling Today
Date:Jun 1, 2005
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