When your Konica Minolta Magicolor 5430 needs its ink stores replenishing, be sure to keep it at its best by using only genuine Konica Minolta toner cartridges, available from Printerland.
Ground-breaking printing at an affordable price
When Konica Minolta released the Magicolor 5430, they did so with intention of breaking new ground – offering colour printing for an office environment at the same cost as an exclusively monochrome printer. Having benefitted from such an offering, don’t then compromise on the quality or cost benefits of your printer – stick with original consumables.
Key to Konica Minolta achieving their aims with the Magicolor 5430 was the use of Simitri HD toner within their genuine cartridges, a patented polymerised toner that allows printing up to 2400 dpi resolution at a speed of 20ppm, regardless of whether in colour or monochrome.
Healthy yields with environmental awareness
An additional benefit of the Simitri HD toner found in original Konica Minolta products is the reduced wastage. With a more precise printing process, yields of up to 6,000 pages are achievable. Additionally, with a lower operating temperature, your business will be keeping its carbon emissions to a minimum.
A further plus point with original consumables is that Konica Minolta run a Clean Planet Programme which covers genuine cartridges for the Magicolor range. This is a free recycling process, and with Konica Minolta already using highly recyclable materials, you can be comfortable that your business is taking its environmental concerns as seriously as Konica Minolta.
Konica Minolta toner cartridges
Getting the full benefit of the Konica Minolta Magicolor 5430 relies on using genuine consumables. Inferior ink contained in allegedly compatible imitation products has the potential to produce lower yields, poorer quality output and damage your machine, all potentially increasing your cost of ownership. Keep your machine running smoothly and look to Printerland to buy your genuine Konica Minolta toner cartridges.
*Page yields are declared by the manufacturer in accordance with ISO/IEC standards or occasionally estimated based on 5% per page coverage. Yields will vary greatly depending on image, area coverage, print mode and environmental conditions.