Dahle 41414 CleanTEC Cross-Cut Shredder

 

Dahle 41414 CleanTEC Cross-Cut Shredder

The Dahle 41414 CleanTEC is the world's only shredder with a fine dust filtration system

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The Dahle 41414 CleanTEC is the world's only shredder with a fine dust filtration system. This integrated system collects fine dust particles created around the cutting cylinders and forces them into a specialized filter on the back of each machine. This Dahle CleanTEC filter permanently traps up to 98% of the fine dust and provides a cleaner, healthier work environment.

Equipped with the revolutionary Safe Technology Package, each shredder offers Verbal and Contact Emergency Shutdown. In the event of an emergency, simply say "stop" or tap the top cover of the machine and the shredder immediately stops. The 10-1/4" feed opening is reinforced with steel and only large enough to accept paper. As an added safeguard, this opening contains electronic sensors that will turn the shredder off, should your fingers get too close. An emergency shutoff switch is also located on the back of the machine as yet another level of personal safety.

The easy-to-use command dial controls all of the machine's functions and notifies the user when sheet capacity is exceeded, when to replace the filter and even when to change the shred bag. Equipped with ESP (Electronic Sensing Protection), the shredder "knows" how much paper you're trying to shred and won't allow sheet capacity to be exceeded.

The Dahle CleanTEC 41414 operates using the intuitive SmartPower Energy Management System. This multi-stage system reduces power consumption after 10 minutes of sitting idle (sleep mode) and completely powers down after 30 minutes of inactivity. Just like any fine-tuned machine, your shredder needs to be properly oiled to run at peak performance. This shredder is equipped with the Dahle EvenFlow Lubricator. This automatic oiler provides slow, continuous lubrication across the entire cutting mechanism and ensures peak shredder performance.

Key Features

•Dahle CleanTEC Filtration
•Safe Technology Package
•Electronic Sensing Protection
•SmartPower Energy Management
•Automatic EvenFlow Lubricator
•Accepts staples, paper clips, CDs & credit cards

Technical Specs

Feed Width 10-1/4" / 26.03 cm
Particle Size 1/8" x 1-9/16" (0.31 x 3.96 cm) Cross Cut
Sheet Capacity No.20/No.16 20 / 24
Security Level 3
Waste Volume 30 gal
Waste Bag 705
Cut Type Cross-Cut
Shred Speed (Feet/Minute) 20
Media Supported CDs, Credit Cards, DVDs, Paper, Paper Clips, Staples
Shred Container Type Wire Frame
Horse Power 1.2
Continuous Motor Yes
Voltage 100 - 120v (Standard)
Noise Level (db) 52
Dimensions 36-3/4" x 21-1/2" x 17-1/2" / 93.3 x 54.6 x 44.4 cm


 
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