SHAPING THE FUTURE OF PRINTING WITH HEAT-FREE TECHNOLOGY
Epson inkjet printers use less power, saving energy.
Switch to Heat-Free Technology for low power consumption
The earth is facing numerous environmental challenges. The answer to these challenges lies in every person and every company thinking about changing behaviour. And we can all play our part.
At Epson, we're focusing on changing the way we consume energy. Switching to Heat-Free Technology, which uses no heat in the ink ejection process and delivers lower power consumption. Starting one page at a time, every time we all print, we can change the story together.
So when you're making your next printing choice, think about switching to Heat-Free Technology. Turn technology to your advantage.
Printing process comparison
Laser and inkjet printers may look the same on the outside. But it’s what’s on the inside that counts. Epson’s Heat-Free Technology does not require heat in the ink ejection process. Instead pressure is applied to the Piezo element, which flexes backwards and forwards firing the ink from the printhead.
The benefits of Heat-Free Technology
Increase productivity and reduce environmental impact without compromise.
Less power consumption saves energy and money
Heat-Free Technology uses less power because it does not use heat to warm up. As inkjets have no fuse unit to heat, this results in significantly less energy consumption.
Fewer replacement parts, lower environmental impact
Laser printers typically have more consumables and require periodic replacement of the drum, transfer belt and fuse in many cases. Thanks to Heat-Free Technology, our inkjet printers use fewer parts that need replacing.
Save time with consistent high-speed printing
Heat-Free Technology requires no heat to warm up when it is switched on or awoken from sleep. This means printing starts immediately.
Less intervention increases productivity
The Heat-Free structure of Epson inkjet printers means that there are fewer parts that can fail, which reduces the amount of intervention required.