MSE Awarded Patent for Secondary Cleaning System
Micro Solutions Enterprises (MSE), a world leader in cartridge remanufacturing, announced it has been awarded a U.S. patent for its groundbreaking Secondary Cleaning System (SCS) technology. MSE introduced the revolutionary SCS in 2010 for use in HP 4600/5500/4700 “Intelligently Re-engineered” color toner cartridges.
SCS immediately addresses many of the color quality issues that have plagued the industry, such as, streaking, backgrounding and overall dirty prints which result from toner additive buildup (TAB) on the Primary Charge Roller (PCR).
“This innovation was heralded as the very definition of Intelligent Re-Engineering, as it was—and still is—the only instance of an aftermarket toner manufacturer developing a new critical cartridge component that was not present in the original,” noted Luke Goldberg, MSE’s Senior Vice President.
SCS, and other technologies under MSE’s Advanced Color Technologies umbrella, were painstakingly developed to provide the truest alternative to OEM consumables, and to offer dealers a quality product to successfully capture the vast, $24-plus billion color toner cartridge opportunity.
“The SCS was always designed with scalability in mind,” said Yoel Wazana, President of MSE. “We are now using SCS in over 15 models. We have actually seen improvements in OEM print output when we install our SCS into original cartridges. The results are overall cleaner prints and less toner (additive) buildup on the PCR. We invested heavily into this development, and I personally oversaw the testing and approval of the SCS when we printed over 1 million test pages. As a matter of fact, my office was stacked to the ceiling with prints, and we saw clean prints page after page.”
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