February 23, 2016
The remanufacturer’s new products are all for HP Inc products, and part of its OWA range.
The OWA brand, launched last year, is said by Armor to stand for “guaranteed savings of 30 percent, the assurance of quality printing, custom collection and 100 percent recycling of all used cartridges”, and is the “perfect solution for responsible companies”. All 13 of the remanufactured toner cartridges are for use in HP Inc printers, with the first a set of replacements for the 6015 original used in the Colour LaserJet Enterprise M855 machines.
These were launched in December 2015, and the A3 printer – itself launched in November 2013 – can print up to 46ppm, and is “perfectly suited to large SME or enterprise companies”. Armor added that the colour “family” of cartridges includes four toner cartridges, which are able to print 29,000 pages in black and 31,500 pages in all three colours. The second launch meanwhile is remanufactured cartridges for use in the OEM’s LaserJet Enterprise 700 M775 machine.
The A3 printer offers “large volume colour printing”, print speeds of 30ppm and is “ideal for large SME or enterprise companies and workgroups”, with Armor’s family of black and colour OWA cartridges offering “the same printing capacity as the originals”, with yields of 13,500 pages in black and 16,000 pages in colour. Finally, the remanufacturer launched remanufactured cartridges for the Colour LaserJet Enterprise M680 A4 printer, which was released by HP Inc in March 2014.
The device, an MFP, replaced the OEM’s CM 4540 series, and is said to meet “the needs of large companies”, while Armor’s colour family includes two black cartridges “for different print volumes”. The first is a standard yield with 11,500 pages, and the second a high yield with 21,000 pages, while the colours can print up to 16,500 pages, and all cartridges will be available from March.
OWA, the circular economy-focused brand, is said by Armor to “assure users that their behaviour is 100 percent responsible”, and cartridges are collected and sorted for recycling and remanufacturing. Any cartridges unable to be remanufactured “will be carefully dismantled so that all of [their] components can be returned to the industrial circuit as secondary raw materials”, as part of Armor’s “guaranteed end-to-end organised recycling and optimisation approach”.
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