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Moving office furniture such as large desks, printers and computers requires due care and attention. It is always advised not to ask your staff to do these things, hiring the professionals is best as they are fully insured and trained to the appropriate health and safety standards The commercial removals team will create an inventory of items to be moved and a floor plan of the new office so the move will be swift and efficient.
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Standard and High Yield Printer Cartridges

Understand the Difference Between the Standard and High-Yield Printer Cartridge The printer cartridge may seem like just another component of the printer, but it is the unit that makes quality, volume, and affordable printing possible. To this end, choosing the right printer cartridge and maintaining it properly are crucial to getting the most value from… Read More

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Understand the Difference Between the Standard and High-Yield Printer Cartridge The printer cartridge may seem like just another component of the printer, but it is the unit that makes quality, volume, and affordable printing possible. To this end, choosing the right printer cartridge and maintaining it properly are crucial to getting the most value from… Read More

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Understand the Difference Between the Standard and High-Yield Printer Cartridge

The printer cartridge may seem like just another component of the printer, but it is the unit that makes quality, volume, and affordable printing possible. To this end, choosing the right printer cartridge and maintaining it properly are crucial to getting the most value from it.

Let us dive into the world of the printer cartridge to give you insight as to which ones to choose and how to ensure you get maximum value for your money.

Understand the High-Yield Capacity

As the name suggests, it is a unit that allows for more prints per unit than the standard type. This means it has more ink or toner than the regular type and thus provides a higher page yield.

How Does It Differ from The Regular Type?

Printer cartridges come in various sizes. The regular or standard type has the normal ink or toner level and thus standardised page-yield capacity. The high-yield type provides for more pages per unit. It is often referred to as the extra yield while the XXL type refers to extra high yield.

You can distinguish between the standard, high-yield, and extra high-yield with XL and XXL often stated after the printer cartridge model number.

The standard type is the cheapest and the most common type on the market. If you do not print large volumes, select the standard type. Rather than buying the larger volume type and risk ink drying out, buy the standard type to save money and manage the print costs better. It simply does not make sense to risk the drying of ink if you print the standard number of pages in a month.

The high-yield type is sometimes referred to as a high capacity printer cartridge. Since it provides for more ink or toner per unit, it is suited for higher volume printing. Buy this type to save money and reduce the need for changing cartridges often if you print higher volumes. Although more expensive than the standard type, it is cheaper per page printed.

The extra capacity or yield type is well-suited for the busy office environment where many employees use the machine. You thus pay less per page print and do not have to change cartridges that often. Expect the unit cost to be higher than with the conventional high-yield type.

No Need for Print Adjustments

The high-yield units fit in the same slots as the standard types. If the manufacturer produces high-yield or extra high-yield units for the particular printer model, then you can install the units in the same way as with the normal types.

What is The Ink Difference?

The extra capacity type can have as much as 50% more print capacity than the standard type, but it depends on the particular manufacturer’s units. You can expect to print considerably more with one unit than the standardtype.

How Is It Possible for The Cartridges to Be The Same Size?

The standard types are not filled to the top. As such, there is space for more toner or ink. The extra volume types are just filled to a higher level while the extra high-volume ones are filled to the top.

Is There A Difference in The Mark for Toner or Ink Extra Volume?

Most of the manufacturers put XL for extra capacity ink and Y for extra capacity toner. HP has the XL for extra capacity ink and Y for toner. Canon also uses X for extra capacity ink, but H for their toner. Brother names each of their cartridges with a number to indicate size. Epson also uses the XL for high-yield ink.

 If you are unsure, simply ask our consultants to help with the selection process.

How to Maximise Print Capacity

To get the most value from the printer cartridge, make sure you run a printhead clean once a week. This helps to prevent the heads from clogging. Perform one print test run weekly. Keep cartridges sealed and in a dark cool place until you are ready to install the units. Use eco-friendly fonts or default to low ink fonts, such as Times New Roman or Calibri rather than Arial for print-to-page documents. Use the economy or fast-draft print modes for in-house prints and utilise the print preview function to check for layout issues before printing.

In Conclusion

Ask our print consultants to help you choose the best and relevant printer cartridges to meet your print needs. We have print consumables for most of the print brands and are known for exceptionally competitive prices.

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