Understanding remanufactured devices
This is the beauty of remanufactured devices. Unlike refurbished or second-hand products, the process of stripping down, rebuilding with a mix of cleaned old and new parts and rigorous testing means that the devices look and feel brand new. Even the counter is set to zero. Consequently, there’s a considerable cost saving compared to ‘new’ devices, too, both in practical and environmental terms. And most importantly for businesses, there is no compromise between product performance and sustainable credentials.
Canon’s imageRUNNER ADVANCE EQ80 range puts these principles into action by selecting the best-selling models from the recent years and comprehensively rebuilding them, applying long-standing manufacturing expertise to produce affordable, high-quality multifunctional devices.
Every product from the EQ80 range is built using 80% or more of existing components, contributing to the circular economy and reducing the CO2 emissions associated with manufacturing by up to 80%. And, like our entire Canon portfolio of devices, the EQ80 comes with various options and features, from A3 mono to colour printing, fast print speeds of 25 to 75 ppm and a reduction in raw material use of up to 80%.
All of these devices are sold as brand new with a fresh warranty and new serial number. As a result, they don’t have to sit outside a business’ printer network: the latest firmware and standard robust security features mean that they operate as an intrinsic part of a printer fleet, ensuring that any business need can be met in a way that’s both efficient and cost-effective.