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Ink & Toner Recycle Company Why We Recommend Remanufactured Cartridges.
What is Remanufactured? Remanufactured means to refurbish (a used product) by renovating and reassembling its components. Remanufactured cartridges are perfectly matched to work in your printers – they are created using old cartridges as a base. Tests prove remanufactured cartridges are more reliable than refilled cartridges.
How is the cartridge made? The remanufactured cartridge begins its life as an OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) cartridge. When it is empty, the end user returns the cartridge to a recycler. Companies procure the empty cartridge and either remanufacture it or refill it. (There is a difference between these processes and companies.)
Remanufacture vs. Refill Remanufacturers: Open up the cartridge to check for defects. The cartridge is cleaned out, with internal parts replaced and filled with toner or ink. If any electronics are in need of replacement, they are replaced. The cartridge is then resealed.
Remanufacture vs. Refill Refillers: (Also called Rechargers) Use a syringe or other refilling device to refill the cartridge. – This does not check the internal workings of the cartridge for defects or allow for replacement of parts inside the cartridge. – Defective cartridges are not detected.
The Premium Product Guaranteed 100% against defects. Competitively priced against comparable remanufactured cartridges while providing a large savings versus the OEM counterpart. Output is comparable to the OEM models. Recycled - fewer cartridges end up in landfills.