Surplus Printer Catridges Collection and Trade
Understand the Product
An expired printer cartridge is a printer cartridge
which has crossed the date of available warranty
printed on it by the OEM who has manufactured
the cartridge, with or without having been ever
used in a printer.
Cartridges may expire while on the retail or
distributor shelves for several reasons – chief
being the lack of demand in the area, over production
or lack of BTL (below the line) sales initiatives.
However the remanufacturing or reselling channels
can easily consume these cartridges.
Understand the Expiry Date
Most of the manufacturers include a warranty
date on their ink cartridges. This means that
they will not guarantee, their ink will endure
long beyond the specified date. However, it is
significant not to confuse the specified warranty
date with the expiration date of the product.
Generally, the expiration date is between one
to two years after the established warranty date.
In many cases, the printer owner will receive
an expiration message appeared on their printer
in 18 to 30 months after they install a new ink
cartridge. In the case of Inkjets cartridges
that have expired, it could mean that the ink
dries up or the chemical sets.
Some OEMs incorporate an in-built microchip
which stops the cartridge from functioning on
the printer after the expiry date is reached
however this can also be overridden.
We deal in the following OEM List of Surplus
Apple, Canon, Dell, Epson, Hewlett Packard,
IBM, Lexmark, Ricoh, Samsung, Sharp Brother,
Xerox, Konica Minolta, Kyocera Mita, Panasonic,
Pitney Bowes, NEC.
Brother, Canon, Hewlett Packard, Epson,
Lexmark, sharp, Xerox.
Contact us for any queries or trade relating
to our printer supplies products at firstname.lastname@example.org
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