If you’ve used for ink and toner before, you’ve no doubt heard the term “remanufactured”. This article explores what you should know about remanufactured toner cartridges.
Remanufactured Ink Cartridges from G&G
A remanufactured cartridge is a name-brand cartridge that has gone through one cycle of use. After a cartridge has been used, it is recycled, picked up by a remanufacturing facility, and professionally remanufactured. These cartridges use the same shell as a name-brand cartridge, so they will often look very similar to the OEM product.
Remanufactured vs. Original Ink Cartridge
While there’s no distinction in print quality based on manufacturing type (remanufactured vs. OEM), there are differences across various brands and manufacturers owing to the manufacturing conditions as well as the post-manufacturing evaluation process.
Simply put a remanufactured printer cartridge is a cartridge that has been collected from consumers and businesses and brought back to OEM specifications. This is done by disassembling, cleaning, and replacing any parts showing even minimal wear-and-tear. Once these cartridges have been restored to the original OEM specifications, they are then filled with high-quality toner (for laser printers) or ink (for inkjet printers).
Remanufactured ink cartridges from G&G reduce waste and help the Earth keep green by using recycled components. Hopefully, you’ll make an informed decision about whether or not remanufactured toner cartridges are right for you.