Kyocera Mita Printer Ink Device Can Cut Energy Consumption By 70 Percent

2011-07-18 08:31:28

Published on 2011-07-18 08:31:28

Printer ink firm Kyocera Mita has announced that its KVL-G3 Series LED-UV curing system can significantly help firms reduce their power consumption when producing labels.

The company claims that its latest product can help speed up the printing process for businesses, but also reduce the amount of electricity being used by 70 per cent.

Its new device uses LEDs to speed up the ink drying process and is extremely easy to use, the company claims.

Recently, Kyocera Mita unveiled its latest range of mid and high-speed TASKalfa multifunction laser printer devices, which it believes is ideal for supporting optimised, managed document services.

Rachel Dean, product manager at the firm, said: "We have taken the very best of Kyocera Mita's advanced document technology and applied it in a common design across all products from the high end down to the mid-range, and across colour and mono devices."

She added the guiding principle behind the development of its new range is "high performance and flexibility".

Posted by Jamie Foster

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