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Epson: Tech That’s Hot Yet Heatless

Increase your productivity and reduce your environmental impact without compromise by using Epson inkjet printers that use Heat-Free Technology to deliver advanced benefits

Epson Heat-Free Technology does not require heat in the ink ejection process. Instead, pressure is applied to the Piezo element, which flexes backwards and forwards firing the ink from the printhead. In contrast, laser printers need to heat the fuser to enable printing.

The benefits of Heat-Free Technology is consistent high-speed printing and less power consumption that saves energy and money, requires fewer replacement parts, a reduced environmental impact and less intervention, thus increasing productivity.

Consistent high-speed printing: Epson Heat-Free Technology requires no heat to warm up when it is switched on or awoken from sleep. This means it starts printing immediately, compared to the delayed functioning of laser printers that need to preheat the fuser to print. Consistent high-speed printing is ensured, even for documents with high-printing density.

Less power consumption saves energy and money: Epson Heat- Free Technology uses less power than laser technology, because it does not use heat to warm up. As inkjets have no fuser unit to heat, this results in significantly less energy consumption.

Fewer replacement parts, lower environmental impact: Laser printers typically have more consumables and require the periodic replacement of the drum, transfer belt and fuser in many cases. Thanks to Heat-Free Technology, Epson inkjet printers use fewer parts that need replacing than in a laser printer, and these printheads are not a consumable. This reduces the environmental burden of having to manufacture and recycle additional resources.

Less intervention increases productivity: The Heat-Free structure of Epson inkjet printers means that there are fewer parts that can fail, which reduces the amount of intervention required. As a result, Epson inkjet printers offer reliability and significantly reduced downtime.

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