How It’s Made: Remanufactured Ink & Toner Cartridges

Our professionals recycle use original branded cartridges that have gone through one lifecycle. Then, state-of-the-art processes make them into remanufactured ink and toner cartridges. But they first go through a professional production process done by experts following industry standards. Also, this production process ensures that each remanufactured cartridge is high quality.

Consequently, the results are good-as-new ink cartridges that deliver print output comparable to branded cartridges but at a much lower cost.

How remanufactured ink and toner cartridges are made

  1. Inspection – Professionals check each cartridge for any defects. Then, experts replace and repair any broken parts. This is a crucial step to ensure high quality.
  2. Cleaning – Trained professionals remove any remaining ink or toner dust using a specialized cleaning system to prepare the cartridges for refilling.
  3. Refilling – A custom-designed refilling system load the empty cartridges with a proprietary ink formula calibrated to OEM specifications.
  4. Sealing – Advanced sealing process secures the ink inside the cartridge to avoid any leaks and ensure a hassle-free installation.
  5. Testing – The cartridges go through final quality and reliability tests using industry print standards to ensure performance is up to par with OEM.
  6. Packaging – State-of-the-art machinery relabel and heat-seal the cartridges into moisture-resistant packaging and boxed ready for shipping.

Remanufactured Ink and Toner Cartridges: How they're made

 

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