Epson has launched its latest range of Heat-Free print devices for the modern office environment. The new A3 business inkjet printers feature many options for professional print finishing at speeds of up to 60 pages per minute.
Using Epson’s unique patented printing process that is heat-free and pressure-free provides overwhelmingly energy-efficient performance. The new range of devices is designed to deliver compact size and ease of use in direct response to comments from customers.
Introducing the latest devices:
Epson’s unique Heat-Free Precision Core Technology requires no heat to warm up when it is switched on or awoken from sleep, which significantly reduces energy consumption. This allows for an exceptionally fast FPOT (First Page Out Time) compared to laser technology.
With a simpler, shorter paper path, paper jams can be removed more easily, and the finisher connectivity is improved. This means that service downtimes can be reduced. Through fewer consumables and supplies, it also produces less waste. With low power consumption, the overall environmental impact of printing is cut dramatically. As part of Epson’s further commitment to the environment, the devices use no underground resources in their manufacturing process.
Fewer replacement parts keep user intervention to a minimum, making day-to-day maintenance fast and efficient.
A variety of software solutions can be integrated into existing IT infrastructure to improve efficiency. This includes Epson Remote Services (ERS), which offers cloud-based device monitoring and management system that delivers advanced remote diagnostics for Epson business products.
Statement from Epson:
Epson Reinforces Commitment to Heat-Free Inkjet Technology and Invests Billions in Developing Sustainable Technologies
Will also end global sale of laser printers and add new inkjet products to augment business printer range
Epson has reaffirmed its significant commitment to Heat-Free inkjet technology and to developing sustainable technologies, backed up by a previously announced ¥100 billion investment over ten years. The move also coincides with the beginning of the rollout of Epson’s new range of business inkjet multi-function printers (MFPs) and by the company announcing it will end the sale and distribution of laser printer hardware in its last remaining Asian and European markets by 2026. Explaining these decisions, the company cites the greater potential of inkjet to make meaningful advances in sustainability. Epson will continue to support customers by supplying consumables and repair parts after it ceases sales of laser printer hardware.
Koichi Kubota, general administrative manager of Epson’s Sales & Marketing Division said, “We’ve long been committed to sustainable inkjet technology and have now decided to phase out sales of laser printer hardware. As a company we’re totally committed to sustainable innovation and action, and inkjets simply use less energy and fewer consumable parts. While laser printers work by heating and fusing toner to a page, Epson’s Heat-Free inkjet technology consumes less electricity by using mechanical energy to fire ink onto the page.
“Our printing business will from now put the focus on inkjet, leveraging our propriety technology to deliver efficient, sustainable print solutions for our partners and end users.”
The new Epson Enterprise range
Epson has also began rolling out its new range of office inkjet MFPs. Leveraging the company’s proprietary piezo Heat-Free line-head technology, the new WorkForce Enterprise AM-Series is an important addition to Epson’s business print portfolio. The new range provides print speeds of 40-60ppm, addressing the mid-range speed market and complementing the rest of the Epson business inkjet lineup.
With a compact footprint and lightweight design, the products help limit resources used during production and shipping. High-yield ink packs also reduce material usage, shipping, storage and end-of-use management of consumables, as well as reducing downtime for routine maintenance.
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