Kilider Releases its Own Patented Solution for Brother
Jiangxi Kilider Technology Co., Ltd. (“Kilider“) has made a new addition to its patent portfolio.
According to Kilider, it researched, developed and patented its own replacement toner cartridge solution (code KLD-TN-B020) for use in Brother HL-B2000D/ B2050DN/ DCP-B7500D/ 7520DW/ 7530DN/ 7535DW/ MFC-B7700D/ 7720DN printers.
The cartridges have a yield of 2.6K pages.
Kilider reveals that its patent has been approved and granted by China National Intellectual Property Administration (patent number 202011445230.0), as well as the United States Patent and Trademark Office (patent number: US 17155110).
“Through continuous research and development, improvement and repeated testing of the KLD-TN-B020 toner cartridge, our engineering team developed a powder filling structure to make printing more fluent and extend the toner cartridge’s service time while avoiding the infringement of the OEM patent,” so says a spokesman from Kilider.
“Kilider filled cartridges with imported toner, which has uniform particle size, high transfer rate. Our cartridges are fluent loaded without hurting the machine, providing softer printing quality. It is perfectly compatible with OEM and mainstream toners in the market. In addition, the color of graphic printing is highly restored and more natural, which guarantees stable printing effect, saves cost to a greater extent, and is deeply welcomed by consumers,” the spokesman added.
As a technology enterprise, Kilider has continuously increased its investment in R&D and innovation, while also actively train high-tech talents, upholding “people-oriented” as the corporate cultural spirit. The company has always attached great importance to talents and equipment investment, product technological innovation and the protection of independent intellectual property rights.
Kilider claims that it has been granted 54 product invention patents and 33 other patents.
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