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New toners and components launched by Uninet

February 4, 2016

The company has produced Absolute Black and X Generation toners and components for a range of HP Inc machines.

The HP LaserJet M252

The HP LaserJet M252

The first launch is Absolute Black toner formula and components for use in remanufacturing cartridges used in HP Inc’s LaserJet Pro M403 and M426 MFP monochrome printers. Uninet stated that the 40ppm devices are part of HP Inc’s new line-up with JetIntelligence, the “new printing technology used in these print engines”, and that the technology “incorporates a combination of machine features to monitor the printing performance of the toner cartridges based on drum wear and other factors”.

The technology is said to “optimise print quality, page yield and cartridge life”, but there is also “new anti-fraud technology used in the cartridge chips, a new toner design and an auto seal removal system”, which all “represent a real challenge to remanufacturers”. The machines use the CF226A and CF226X originals, which feature yields of 3,100 pages and 9,000 pages respectively, and Uninet added that it “offers a complete product solution to serve the needs of remanufacturers of these cartridges”.

The second launch meanwhile is Multipurpose X Generation Colour toner formula, qualified for use with HP Inc’s M252, M452 and M552 series, which include the M553, M477 and 277 MFP colour laser printers. Uninet added that the MPT-252 is a “new general-purpose toner formula qualified to work on over six models”, providing “outstanding print quality and glossy vibrant colours”, while the formula also “features the lowest cost solution with OEM parts, and a very low cost per page”.

In turn, it is “qualified with all OEM and Uninet components”, and is available in an “easy-to-handle” one kilogramme bottle, offering remanufacturers “the flexibility of carrying less inventory and a fewer number of SKUs”. The toner also is said to deliver “comparable print quality to the OEM product at a substantially lower cost”, with the OEM devices rated at 18ppm and using the CF400A and CF400X cartridges.

The former has a black yield of 1,500 pages and a colour yield of 1,400 pages, while the latter has a black yield of 2,800 pages and a colour yield of 2,300 pages. Uninet concluded that it also “offers a complete remanufacturing solution for these cartridges”.

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