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Uninet produces range of toners and components

May 5, 2015

The company has produced Absolute Black, X Generation and Absolute Colour toners and components for Samsung, HP and Dell machines.

HP's Enterprise M630 MFP

HP’s Enterprise M630 MFP

The first of two Absolute Black range releases is toner and components for use in Samsung’s Xpress SL-M2875 MFP monochrome machine, which Uninet says is a “compact, fully functional” machine for small and home offices. The printer has separate toner and drum cartridges, which Uninet adds is “a new approach for Samsung”, with the toner cartridge rated at 1,200 pages and the drum at 3,000 pages.

The imaging units are rated at 9,000 pages, and Uninet offers a “complete remanufacturing solution” for the cartridges, including a replacement toner cartridge. The second Absolute Black release is toner and components for use in HP’s LaserJet Pro M435 MFP monochrome machine, a new “mid-level” A3 device, with printing, scanning and copying ability.

Uninet pointed out however that the machine “does have its limits”, including a “stationery flatbed scanner” instead of an automatic document feeder, and a “relatively low yield” toner cartridge with a yield of 12,000 pages. Uninet added that it “offers a complete remanufacturing solution” for the cartridges used in the machine.

The sole X Generation release this month is black toner and components for HP’s LaserJet Enterprise M630 MFP monochrome machine, which Uninet stated is a “high-end” MFP based on the OEM’s “highly successful” P4515 print engine. The machine has a print speed of 57ppm alongside double-sided scanning and a 320GB hard drive, while the toner cartridge is also a P4515 design.

The cartridge also features a “different chip”, which Uninet adds “makes this an easy cartridge for remanufacturers to add to their product list”. There are two types of cartridge – the CF281A with a yield of 10,500 pages, and the CF281X with a yield of 25,000 pages – and Uninet “offers a complete remanufacturing solution” for both.

Finally, the Absolute Colour release this month is toner and components for use in Dell’s C3760 and 3765 printers, with the C3760 a colour laser printer featuring separate toner and drum cartridges making it “one of the lowest cost-per-page printers in its segment”. The C3765 meanwhile is the MFP version of the device, with copying, scanning and faxing capabilities.

The two machines use the same toner and drum cartridges, with the toner cartridges available in three versions: standard yield (3,000 pages for all four colours); high capacity (7,000 pages for black and 5,000 pages for colours); and extra-high capacity (11,000 pages for black and 9,000 pages for colours). All three cartridges “use the same plastic cartridge body”, so remanufacturers can “easily convert” both the standard and high capacity cartridges to the extra-high version.

Uninet also commented that the long-life drum cartridges feature a yield of between 55,000 and 60,000 pages, and noted that the company “offers a complete remanufacturing solution” for the cartridge.

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