Model overview shredders
Each EBA shredder model with its respective performance characteristics is well arranged in table form. Within the categories of desk-side, office or high-capacity, direct comparison of the technical features is clear and easy.
Model overview Guillotines
The EBA office guillotines, the electro-mechanical guillotines with transparent safety guard and the EBA Electro-mechanical or hydraulic guillotines with IR lightbeam safety curtain are shown in this model overview.
EBA 1126 / EBA 1128
High-quality shredders Made in Germany. Awarded the Blue Angel for energy efficiency and environmentally-friendly design. Intuitive EASY-Touch control element. Integrated optics display operational status. Automatic reverse function prevents jams.
guillotines with safety covers
GUILLOTINES WITH LIGHT BEAM SAFETY CURTAIN EBA 4860 , 5560 , 6660 , 7260
Precision, safety and time-saving efficiency are key when it comes to ensuring cost-effective small-scale production runs. Accordingly, we focus on ergonomic and economical operation when developing EBA guillotines with light beam safety curtains.
Krug & Priester implemented an approved Quality-Management-System and is certified under ISO 9001:2015 standards. This Quality-Management-System encompasses besides manufacturing also any administration workflow.
Environmental Management System
Environmentally compatible production, economical use of scare resources, and protection of the environment have always been firmly embedded in the corporate philosophy of Krug & Priester. The logical consequence is that Krug & Priester company has recently been certified according to DIN EN ISO 14001:2009, the Environmental Management System.
Energy Management System
It is that time again: Our production processes in the factory and our administrative work-flows were tested within the framework of a detailed ISO audit. Very new on this occasion was the certification of our company with respect to the Energy Management System according to DIN ISO 50001.
the new DIN Norm 66399
Shortly, the new DIN Norm 66399 will re-define how data carriers should be destroyed, and the current DIN 32757 will be replaced. We offer a comprehensive information brochure illustrating the most important new additions and modifications, when compared with the old norm, in a clear and easily understood way.