Yellow Image Drum (20,000 pages) for OKI C5550, C5800, C5900 Printers. As a leading technology company, OKI constantly invests in research and technology that deliver tangible benefits for the customers. The performance of all OKI products is the outcome of extensive research and testing. OKI provides excellent accessories that will help you to enhance the output of your hardware.
When your laser printer starts to produce blurry prints or pages riddled with black spots, it could be time to replace your drum. The Yellow Image Drum (20,000 pages) (43381721) from OKI 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.
Helping you to continue producing high quality printed output, the Yellow Image Drum (20,000 pages) (43381721) is guaranteed to work with C5550, C5800, C5900 printers. Designed by the manufacturer to offer the same high standard of printing, the replacement drum is surprisingly quick and simple to fit into the machine – great for workplaces which can’t afford prolonged periods of downtime.
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.
Don’t worry if you are not a particularly technical or handy person, replacing the cartridge drum in a laser printer is not the drawn-out difficult job that it may sound. Instructions to complete the replacement can often before found in the printer’s user manual – ensuring that anyone can complete the process quick and efficiently.
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.