The Inkjet Printer models we provide offer you superior quality, higher reliability and lower printing costs as compared to its laser counterpart. Over and above this it can also help you attain your sustainability and social responsibility goals.
We can all agree that the professional photo printer is the highest quality printer in the world. These printers based on inkjet technology have print resolutions of up to 5,760 x 1,440 dpi and use 10 to 12 different colour inks in order to provide the best quality output there is.
The inkjet office printers use the same technology but have been scaled down to offer a quality suitable for office documents at competitive prices. Generally the office printers will have print resolutions of 4,800 x 1,200dpi or 600 x 2,400dpi but will only use 4 colour inks.
Inkjet printers use a “Printhead” to spray tiny droplets of ink onto the paper / media and do not have many of the parts which laser printers do. These printers do not have a Fuser Unit, Drum, ITB or Developer. Having less mechanical parts will reduce the chances of a breakdown.
The higher end and high speed production printers are designed with a fixed printhead and a short paper path to further improve reliability. This becomes very noticeable when having a bulk print run of 5,000 to 20,000 pages. There will be very few paper jams or misprints if any at all.
Most of the Inkjet Printer models we sell and service have optional extended warranties which range from 2 to 5 years. Please note that the warranty on these printers covers the printhead. On the other hand, laser printers will only have a 1 year warranty which certainly does not include the expensive spare parts.
Lower Printing Costs:
Many Epson all in one printer models use original ink refill bottles or RIPS ink packs which can offer you a cost as low as Aed 0.01 for an A4 B&W print.
As we mentioned before, inkjet technology does not have many of the spare parts which laser printers do. Thus you will have much less maintenance costs in terms of replacing spare parts.
Many companies today have become aware of their role in protecting the environment and have set goals towards sustainability and social responsibility. Inkjet technology allows you to contribute to these goals by reducing plastic waste as well as CO2 emissions.
Plastic waste is reduced since an inkjet printer requires less spare parts to be replaced. CO2 emissions are reduced due to the lower energy consumption required in the printing process (Epson’s Piezoelectric printheads are based on heat free printing technology).