Kyocera ECOSYS Toner Cartridges follow the outlook and design of ECOSYS devices to their natural conclusion: these are cartridges of the utmost in environmental sustainability, with no expense to your business's results.
Sustainability at the centre
The 'toner only' concept at the centre of ECOSYS devices ensures that you get the very most from each and every toner cartridge. By only replacing the toner, and not the print drums, during the lifetime of the device, you minimise the waste for your office. This is furthered by the cartridges' integrated waste toner collection cassettes which eliminate the need for a separate box - this means that up to 300,000 pages can be printed, replacing only the toner itself. The consumables' designs are of further ingenuity still, however: where many toner cartridges may have upwards of 60 components, including non-recyclable materials and metal parts, Kyocera ECOSYS Toner Cartridges consist of only five plastic ones - ID-coded, and ready to recycle after use.
These highly innovative design features offer more than just eco-friendliness, however. Printing at resolutions of 1200 x 1200 dots per inch in both mono and colour, Kyocera ECOSYS Toner Cartridges offer exceptional yields and cost reductions: cutting down your energy costs and carbon emissions, while the function of the device already reduces them by up to 85% in itself.
The Kyocera ECOSYS Toner Cartridges are designed for devices in that series specifically: there are no other consumables that are able to operate alongside the device's pronounced efficiency of operation. Whether a straightforward office printer or a large, multifunction device, the ECOSYS series offers the utmost in sustainability, and wasteful generic consumables are thereby incompatible with it by their very nature. They are not covered by warranty and should not be installed.
*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.