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ECOSYS® TECHNOLOGY

Kyocera’s objective is to manufacture superior products with a low Total Cost of Ownership (TCO), and have little or no impact on the environment. Kyocera’s ECOSYS® Technology provides customers with a printing solution that incorporates long life consumables and a low cost per print. Kyocera’s ECOSYS printers include a durable imaging system using long-life drums, Organic Photoconductor (OPC) and Kyocera’s patented Amorphous Silicon (ASi), capable of handling up to hundreds of thousands of prints. These long-lasting drums are distinctly separate from the toner, eliminating the need to replace the drum when toner is depleted. The operating costs of traditional “cartridge-based” page printers can easily exceed many times the original purchase price during the life of the product. By utilizing Kyocera’s proprietary ECOSYS Technology, businesses can typically recoup a printer’s purchase price in one-year or less. By eliminating the need to continually replace cartridges, ECOSYS printers do their part in helping reduce environmental waste – an added benefit for companies looking to enhance their environmental initiatives.

Serving All of New Jersey

An essential component of any business all over New Jersey. Get it, record it, copy it, scan it, and distribute it with help from CopyMaster Company. We help businesses and home offices in northern and central New Jersey operate at maximum efficiency with service and repair for copiers, printers, fax machines, and other office equipment. We also offer lease and sales of office and bank machines, competing with retailers and beating their prices. Our owner is hands-on, always ready to work with you to fix problems, update equipment, and keep you up, running, and communicating. CopyMaster Company has been servicing all of New Jersey for over 30 years. Call us, we’ll help you stay informed and in business.

Kyocera ECOSYS Printer VS Traditional Office Printer

  • Kyocera ECOSYS Printer
  • Traditional Office Printer

- Drum is separate from toner cartridge
- Only toner cartridge is replaced when depleted; drum unit can handle hundreds of thousands of prints
- Less downtime - drum rarely requires replacement
- Lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)

- Drum, developer and toner in a single unit, the drum has to be replaced every time toner is replaced, causing additional waste and costs.
- Drum unit typically replaced many times during the life of the printer
- Replacement slows productivity
- Higher material costs of replacement parts
- Increased landfill waste