KYOCERA’s OZONE-FREE LASER PRINTERS

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KYOCERA’s OZONE-FREE LASER PRINTERS

 user 2006-05-16 at 11:28:00 am Views: 74
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    Kyocera Ozone-Free Laser Printers
    READING, UK, – Kyocera’s new ozone-free A4/A3 laser printers for workgroups maintain the company’s reputation for high productivity, economy and low environmental impact.
    The new workgroup range comprises four low-noise, monochrome laser printers, printing up to 45 pages per minute and offering double-sided and even PC-less laser printing. All feature ECOSYS, the company’s unique synthesis of long-life ceramic components, innovative design and technological know-how that makes the lifetime cost of Kyocera products lower than for any comparable machine.Throughout the range, print quality is dramatically improved, thanks to a genuine 1,200 dots-per-inch resolution and Kyocera’s new ‘shape-controlled toner’. This new composition is made up of smoother and more spherical toner particles that retain their shape when transferred to the page, making printed text and images noticeably sharper and clearer.Users will also discover a variety of enhancements in document handling and convenience. All four machines feature a newly-designed space-saving internal duplex unit for double-sided printing, and an extra USB socket has been fitted for ‘memory stick’ devices, allowing PC-free printing of PDF-format files. All can be run on a network, with USB2.0 and Fast Ethernet ports fitted as standard on the FS-3900DN, FS-4000DN and FS-6950DN models.Being designed for workgroup and departmental use, the new machines offer industry-leading paper capacities. Paper is fed from standard 500-sheet trays (250 sheets in the FS-6950DN), with modular expansion trays boosting capacity to a maximum of 2,500 sheets in the FS-3900DN and FS-4000DN. Even so, their compact design makes them barely larger than many personal printers.One component missing from the new workgroup range is an ozone filter. By applying a positive electrical charge directly to the rollers, Kyocera has made the machines completely ozone-free. Most competitors’ models still use negatively-charged rollers which generate ozone.New casing designs and an improved paper handling mechanism help to make the machines quieter than ever. Timing along the paper route has been tightened to minimise paper-feeding sounds, and insulation has been improved on seams and joints.When the time finally comes to add new toner (a single cassette of Kyocera toner will print up to 20,000 pages), Kyocera’s unique cartridge-free design means the only items to be disposed of are an empty toner container and residue bottle. This helps to minimise waste and the keep down the cost of replacements. Even better for the environment, these two items are made of just one type of plastic, identified for easy recycling.Kyocera’s UK Head of Marketing, Tracey Rawling-Church, said the new range offered the best combination of quality and value in the workgroup segment. “Time and again, Kyocera’s products are evaluated as being the best on the market, and I am confident these new machines will pass the most rigorous of tests,” she said. “Customers will find many new and useful features throughout the new workgroup range, with no compromise on any of the qualities that make Kyocera products special,”