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Uninet releases wide range of toners, inks and components

March 31, 2016

HP's LaserJet M402

HP’s LaserJet M402

The company has produced toners and components for its Absolute Black, X Generation and Absolute Colour brands, including both printer and MICR products.

The first of four Absolute Black launches is toner formula and components for use in HP Inc’s LaserJet Pro M402 and M426 MFP monochrome machines, with the printers using the OEM’s JetIntelligence printing technology. Uninet commented 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 to optimise print quality, page yield and cartridge life”.

These “represent a real challenge to remanufacturers”, with the devices using the CF226A and CF226X cartridges, with respective yields of 3,100 pages and 9,000 pages. The second Absolute Black launch is toner formula and components for Samsung’s Pro Xpress SL-M 4580 MFP monochrome series, with features including dual scanning and print speeds of 48ppm, and high-yield toner cartridges rated at 40,000 pages alongside drums rated at 10,000 pages.

The third Absolute Black release is MICR toner for HP Inc’s LaserJet Pro M402 and Enterprise M506 monochrome series, with the M402 part of the JetIntelligence range as well. Both devices are “suitable for speciality MICR cheque printing applications”, with the toners qualified and meeting “ANSI, ABA and CBA specifications when matched with a compatible drum”.

Finally, another Absolute Black MICR toner was launched for Xerox’ Phaser 4510 machine, with speeds of 45ppm and a duty cycle of 200,000 pages per month. The MICR toner formulation was “made available in response to multiple customer enquiries”, and “with all other components already available, simply replace the regular toner with MICR toner and you are good to go”, the toner also meeting all MICR specifications.

The first of two X Generation releases was multipurpose colour toner for the HP Inc M252, M452 and M552 series, with the toner “a new general-purpose produced toner formula” providing “outstanding print quality and glossy vibrant colours”, and the “lowest cost solution with OEM parts, and a very low cost per page”.

The toner is also “qualified with all OEM and Uninet components”, and is available in a one kilogramme bottle so remanufacturers have “the flexibility of carrying less inventory and a fewer number of SKUs”. Uninet stated that it offers a “complete remanufacturing solution” for the CF400A and CF400X cartridges used in the printers as well.

Lexmark's C792de

Lexmark’s C792de

The second X Generation launch is multipurpose colour toner formula for use in the Lexmark C/X 792 series, qualified to work “on over 30 models” and “qualified with all OEM and Uninet components”, again available in a one kilogramme bottle and providing “outstanding print quality and glossier vibrant colours […] and a very low cost per page”. OEM cartridges come in standard and extra high-yield versions, and Uninet believes “this leaves lots of room of opportunity and profitability for a remanufacturer with some expertise in colour cartridges”, while the AIO design is “similar to previous Lexmark models”.

Finally, the first of two Absolute Colour launches is pigmented ink for the HP Inc OfficeJet Pro machines utilising the 970 and 950 inkjet cartridges, which come in standard and high yield versions and are used in a wide range of the OEM’s devices. The inks “provide the highest density colour prints [in] the industry” according to Uninet, with “premium quality, vibrant and fade-resistant colours with superior results and brilliant, true-to-life output”. The inks work in continuous inkjet systems and come in one kilogramme “easy to handle” bottles.

The second Absolute Colour launch is toner and components for HP Inc’s CP6015 colour printer series, the toner supplies costs for which “are very high”, with the printer using a separate toner and drum cartridge. Uninet believes this “is a potentially very profitable cartridge because it is considered easy to remanufacture”, with only the toner and smartchip needing to be replaced”.

For all of the above cartridges, the company noted that it offers a “complete product solution to serve the needs of remanufacturers”.

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