Xerox Imaging Unit (32,000 Pages) in More Detail
Imaging Unit (32,000 Pages) for Xerox Phaser 7750 Printers. Engineered specifically for unparalleled performance with the Phaser 7750 Color Printer, the imaging drum, an integral part of the printing system, is easy to replace and delivers consistent, brilliant print quality and performance - leaving you with fewer hassles and more time to produce brilliant prints.
When your laser printer starts to produce blurry prints or pages riddled with black spots, it could be time to replace your drum. The Imaging Unit (32,000 Pages) (108R00581) from Xerox has been designed and developed to offer quick and simple replacement of the old drum – all the while ensuring that the quality of the printed output never suffers.
Developed to replace old and worn drums from Phaser 7750 laser printers, the Imaging Unit (32,000 Pages) (108R00581) can help you effectively and efficiently resume printing from your machine. This original branded replacement drum continues to offer the same high quality printed output as the original component delivered with the printer – providing exceptional consistency.
The drum really is a central component in a laser printer, used to help create and transfer the image from the machine to the paper. This makes it vitally important that it is treated with respect, and replacement drums are sought when a faulty component leads to a loss in print quality.
Replacing the drum is not a long drawn out process, requiring the skills of an engineer. The vast majority of drum replacement jobs can be quickly and effectively completed with just a simple consultation with the user manual. And replacing this component is certainly a lot cheaper than investing in a whole new printer.
At Printerland, we stock everything you need to ensure your laser printer continues operating to the highest standards for longer. Our team is made up of manufacturer trained professionals who will help you identify the right drum for your printer and your needs, ensuring the quality of your printed output is never compromised.