CET Receives “Intention to Grant” Letter

The CET Group Receives “Intention to Grant” Letter from the European Patent Office

The CET Group Receives “Intention to Grant” Letter from the European Patent Office

CET Receives “Intention to Grant” LetterAccording to CET, it has received an “Intention to Grant” letter from the European Patent Office for the design of its new toner cartridges for use in the Canon GPR 50 series of machines including the GPR-51, 52, 53, 55, 57, 58, NPG-65, 66, 67, 71, 73, 76, 84, and C-EXV-47, 48, 49, 51, 53, 54, 55, 59 applications.

CET claims that its newly designed and internally manufactured toner cartridges greatly improves the toner outlet speed, ensuring sufficient toner output during use. The new cartridge designs also offer both production efficiencies and easy installation. CET claims that the new cartridges are refillable for eco-friendly purposes. In addition, the CET toner cartridges come up with new, updated chips that function in both older and newer machine models.

“The new cartridge design uses a novel toner outlet structure that is simpler in design and more cost-effective to produce while providing improved toner outlet speed and excellent performance,” said Harry Geng, CET’s lead design engineer.

About CET Group 

The CET Group is a leading manufacturer of compatible toners, toner cartridges, drum units, fuser assemblies, and parts for the office imaging industry. The company distributes products through its own branches and authorized distributors to 193 markets around the world and has been in business for over 25 years. For more information about CET’s product offering go to www.cetgroupco.com

*You can also find more information on the CET page on RT’s Find-a-Supplier platform. 



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