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Cross-Cut Shredders require much less emptying than Strip-Cut Shredders as you will get 5 times as much waste in the bin.
Why Use Waste Sacks With Your Shredder?
The use of waste sacks with your shredding machine, whilst not always necessary on all paper shredders, is always recommended by ShreddingMachines.co.uk.
Shredders generally discharge waste in two different ways; either into a collection box or a waste sack that is normally held under the shredder head by a metal or plastic ring.
The most common way to collect and remove waste shreds is by using a collection box. The strip or cross-cut shreds normally fall directly into a container placed within the cabinet under the shredder head or for less expensive machines, a waste basket. These containers, which vary in size and volume, hold the shreds until they require emptying.
Placing a waste sack into the collection box or waste basket has a number of distinct advantages:
Always use sacks as recommended by ShreddingMachines.co.uk. Each sack has been tested to its fullest capacity and will not break or tear under normal circumstances. In some cases sacks are colour coded to make the reordering much easier.