AUDIOLAB TD1B - Table Top Eraser
The TD1B is designed to erase all audio, video and computer media. Works
with all formats of cassettes and tape reels up to 10" in diameter
and 1/2" in width.
AUDIOLAB TD5 - Table Top Eraser
The TD5 is designed to erase all audio, video and computer media. Works
with all formats of cassettes and tape reels up to 16" in diameter
and 2" in width.
AUDIOLAB MDS5 - Tape Degausser
The MDS-5 Professional Degausser is designed for today's wide variety of
media formats and features simple operation and quality erasure - at an
affordable price. The MDS-5 uses Garner's proven electro-magnetic coil
system specially designed for quiet, reliable operation.
Erasing your tapes or reels is easy and it only takes a few seconds.
You simply place your media in the "Erase Zone", rotate your
media 3 full revolutions, flip the media over, rotate another 3 full
revolutions and your done. This process takes less than 5 seconds and
it's as clean as new. With the snap-in hub feature you may quickly erase
up to 16 inch reels with ease.
FIDELIPAC 400 - Table Top Eraser
The 400 provides over 2000 Gauss of erasure power. It will efficiently
erase cartridges, cassettes and up to 1" open reel tape.
FIDELIPAC 395 - Blank-It Eraser (Picture not available)
The hand-held 395 has thermal protection and is perfect for erasing
cartridges and cassettes.
FIDELIPAC ESD10 - Bulk Eraser/Splice Finder
The ESD10 features dual, full track heads that are incorporated (instead
of a coil below the deck plate) resulting in an erase depth of 85 dB or
more and better signal-to-noise ratio when you record your carts;
extremely reliable splice detection; tape speed is 27.5 ips.
GENEVA PF211 - Bulk Eraser
The PF211 generates 2300 Gauss field intensity and is perfect for
erasing cassettes, carts and 1/2" wide open reel tapes.
ITC ESL-V - Splice Finder / Eraser
Combines erasing and splice locating into one easy, automatic step,
ensuring consistent high quality from cartridge to cartridge.
High-speed splice locate (30 ips) frees the operator from visually
locating the tape splice.