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Standards of the month April 2017

Standard series DIN 33870:2013-12

Standard series DIN 33870:2013-12 Office machines – Requirements and tests for the preparation of refilled toner modules for electrophotographical printers, copiers and facsimile machines

  • Part 1: Monochrome; with CD-ROM
  • Part 2: 4-Colour-printers; with CD-ROM

About the series

The standard aims to ensure consistent printing quality and malfunction-free operation across the entire period of use of the toner cartridges by specifying the properties and functions of compatible toner cartridges after remanufacture as well as describing test methods to prove the image-describing quality aspects of toner cartridges.

Part 1 applies to remanufactured monochromatic toner cartridges and Part 2 to those with coloured toner.

   

Office machines - Requirements and tests for the preparation of refilled toner modules for electrophotographical printers, copiers and facsimile machines - Part 1: Monochrome; with CD-ROM

Key word "Cost factor consumable materials for office machines" - in linguistic usage these include toner cartridges. An alternative for toner cartridges of the original equipment manufacturer are ... Read overview

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Office machines - Requirements and tests for the preparation of refilled toner modules for electrophotographical printer, copiers and facsimile machines- Part 2: 4-Colour-printers; with CD-ROM

This standard contains requirements for the preparation of refilled toner modules for 4-colour-printers. It also specifies test methods for the determination of toner module yield and quality ... Read overview

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