The New KYOCERA Toner Provides Three Benefits
- Realize low temperature fusing using thin shell structure
The new toner from KYOCERA has been developed by a unique production method.
The toner is structured with a thin shell around the sharp melting core.
This enables both low-temperature fusing and long-term stability, contributing to energy saving performance.
- Low fusing temperature contributes to energy savings
The toner fusing process consumes approximately 70% of the total energy consumption in both MFPs (multifunctional products) and single-function printers.
The new KYOCERA toner can fuse at 30 ℃ less than that of the conventional products.
As a result, the total energy consumption could be reduced up to half with this toner compared to the previous systems.
- New production method for toner
The new KYOCERA toner has a thin shell outer layer produced by a unique chemical production process.
It is important to remember that no organic solvent and only a limited volume of water is required in this process.
Thus, KYOCERA is minimizing the environmental impact from the production process all the way to the customer’s environment.