Xerox VersaLink Fuser 220v (100,000 Pages) for Xerox VersaLink B7025 , VersaLink B7030 , VersaLink B7035 , VersaLink B7125 , VersaLink B7130 , VersaLink B7135 , VersaLink C7020 , VersaLink C7025 , VersaLink C7030 , VersaLink C7120 , VersaLink C7125 , VersaLink C7130 Printers.
Fuser units are an indispensable component within the inner mechanisms of laser printers that allow them to produce crisp, sharp printed material. The Xerox 115R00115 VersaLink Fuser 220v is used with the VersaLink B7000, B7100, C7000 and C7100 series of printers.
How does the fuser work?
Fusers are the mechanism in laser printers that heats and presses the toner onto the surface of the paper, ensuring that the pigment is actually transferred to the material you’re printing on.
This fuser should operate at maximum efficiency and produce high-quality print material for at least 100,000 pages*. After exceeding that number, the fuser may still function but at a subpar quality level. Common symptoms that your printer’s fuser unit is due for a replacement include ghosting (the printed text/images on the paper have a lighter copy printed slightly out of line with the original), as well as paper jamming and crumpling while printing.
Sustainability and anti-waste measures
Xerox’s take-back program allows customers to return a selected range of genuine Xerox products (including this particular fuser) free of charge, for the equipment to be repurposed, rather than just thrown away. This program is part of Xerox’s CSR policies that include sustainability initiatives to minimise their carbon footprint and contribute toward green efforts.
Advantages of using genuine Xerox products
The benefit of using products manufactured by the same company is that the components will all be produced according to standardised specifications that have been optimised to work with each other as well as possible. Using third-party alternatives with original Xerox machines may produce the same result for a while, but over time the incongruence between the equipment will cause wear and tear on the internal mechanisms and produce lower quality printing, resulting in more frequent replacements and thus increased costs. Thus, it’s more economical and efficient in the long run to use all genuine Xerox products.