The introduction of new hybrid technology combines the usual black and white printing with the ability to reuse paper.
Every day, many documents are created that we use only temporarily: either for proofreading, as a reminder or for revision, and we often get rid of them in a short time. Instead of discarding unnecessary prints, you can now delete them and reuse the paper. The result is less paper consumption without reducing the amount of print.
The ECO & HYBRID MFPs are the world’s first to boast paper reuse capability, so they can easily scan and reuse already printed paper. This way, organizations can save up to 80% of used paper. When printing, of course, you can choose between classic permanent ink printing or special blue erasable ink. In addition to the latest environmental technologies and a wide range of modern functions (mobile printing, cloud printing, etc.), the devices are also distinguished by their modern appearance and ease of use for greater efficiency in the green office.
In this way, organizations make a significant contribution to preserving the environment as well as actively building their brand reputation. s Reuse the same paper five times The amount of carbon dioxide emissions in the system is reduced by up to 57%. In addition to lower paper consumption and less waste, the effect is also seen in lower water consumption due to paper production. Reducing consumption and saving equipment is positive for the organization from an environmental and economic point of view.
“One sheet of paper 5 times can reduce paper consumption by up to 80% without less printing than before.”
Tift doo is a company specialized in industrial and commercial printing solutions. With a comprehensive range of products from the world’s leading manufacturers, quality engineering, software and maintenance services, it provides solutions that perfectly adapt to customers’ business operations. In this way, Tift allows customers to have high productivity at all levels of work with optimum print quality, low costs and the lowest possible environmental impact.
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