Rexel Manual Feed Paper Shredders
Rexel Momentum X308 Cross Cut Paper Shredder
Momentum X308 cross cut paper shredder, 15L bin capacity
Rexel Momentum X312 Cross Cut Paper Shredder
Momentum X312 cross cut paper shredder, 23L bin capacity
Rexel Momentum X312-SL Slimline Cross Cut Paper Shredder
Momentum X312-SL slimline cross cut paper shredder, 23L bin capacity
Rexel Duo Shredder
Stylish and secure for personal and executive use
Rexel Mercury™ REX1023 Cross Cut Paper Shredder
Mercury™ REX1023 cross cut paper shredder, 23L bin capacity
Rexel Mercury™ RDX1850 Cross Cut Paper Shredder
Mercury™ RDX1850 cross cut paper shredder, 50L bin capacity
Rexel Mercury™ RDX2070 Cross Cut Paper Shredder
Mercury™ RDX2070 cross cut paper shredder, 70L bin capacity
Rexel Manual Paper Shredders
The Rexel range of manual paper shredders make protecting yourself at work or at home as simple as possible with user friendly controls and insight driven technology for hassle free shredding. If you need high security shop our P5 and P4 micro cut and cross cut shredders, if you want a large bin capacities and shredders that don’t suffer from paper jams shop our Mercury range and if you want to shred without stopping you’ll be impressed with our long run time paper shredders.
Data Shredded is Data Protected
Shredding documents to protect yourself and your business against identity theft and fraud is a sensible and necessary step to take to counter the ID thieves and to support your GDPR compliance initiatives.
Paper security should not be overlooked. Executives print out confidential documents to read and digest. Lawyers still print contracts and carry files to court. Paper-based medical records still move around health care systems. PAs still distribute agendas for people who attend a meeting. People still take confidential notes from those meetings home. And, when they contain confidential or personal data, every one of those pieces of paper needs to be either archived or disposed of securely. The same is true at home. We write down phone numbers, some of us write down passwords or memorable phrases. Even a simple name and address is all an ID thief could need to piece together a jigsaw that unlocks a user account or gain access to your PC.