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Peripheral Manufacturing, Inc.

Peripheral Manufacturing, Inc. is a twenty-six year old manufacturer of computer tape and magnetic media that offers a wide range of new, recycled and recertified computer media products, services and accessories. These include, but are not limited to, 9-

Peripheral Manufacturing, Inc.

Peripheral Manufacturing, Inc. is a twenty-six year old manufacturer of computer tape and magnetic media that offers a wide range of new, recycled and recertified computer media products, services and accessories. These include, but are not limited to, 9-track reel-to-reel tape, diskettes and colored diskettes, disk packs, disk cartridges, tape cartridges, 3590, 3570, DLT, AIT, LTO, Travan, etc. We now have available Aero-K® Fire Suppression Systems.

We also provide CDs, diskettes and all other magnetic media. Duplication/Replication, Data Conversion and Degaussing Services are available in large and small quantities. Peripherals provides a Confidentiality Agreement and Certificate of Degauss.

Aero-K® Fire Suppression System: Free standing Aerosol Fire Suppression System, Notifier panel, smoke detectors, horn strobe, lockout and manual pull switch, non-toxic, non-corrosive, environmentally friendly, low cost, very low maintenance, and not expensive to install. Approved for class B & C fires. Installation is available in the US and Canada.
Mission: Our mission is to manufacture and remanufacture the finest new and recycled magnetic media providing a lifetime warranty on each product. We can service all magnetic media onsite or in the Denver, Colorado facility.

Goal: Our goal is to aid in the reduction of magnetic computer media waste by returning it to the marketplace. Our increase in market share is proving the public's acceptance of recycled/ recertified/ remanufactured computer media. Over 1 million reels and tape cartridges of our recycled computer tape are used daily throughout the world.



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