Why choose genuine Canon laser printer cartridges
Some things are made for each other. Canon toner is designed to work seamlessly with Canon printers to provide you with the fast fusing performance and high quality print you expect. Canon toner technology ensures uncompromised results. For beautiful, long lasting print quality, trust Canon engineered toner.
Keep your printer running with high quality prints
Original Canon all-in-one cartridges guarantee superior print quality. They contain all the essential print elements that have a defined life, so when you replace your all-in-one cartridge your machine is virtually as good as new.
With original Canon cartridges you get the reassurance that each cartridge will provide exceptional performance. Refilled cartridges may not print to the same standard as new Canon cartridges because its internal components may be partially or fully worn out.
Manufacturing and assembling toner cartridges is a complex procedure involving several hundred processes. However Canon has developed a single automated production system which uses state-of-the-art production technology to create the high quality cartridges that our customers expect.
Avoid unsightly lines
The photosensitive drum unit is one of the most sensitive imaging components in the printer. New Canon cartridges ensure that toner does not accumulate on the drum and the fixing roller. This avoids unsightly lines, blurring or grey backgrounds and damage your printer. Original Canon toner guarantees the proper function of the drum unit, resulting in crisp, clean documents very time.
Canon’s exclusive roller-charging technology ensures ozone free emissions. This clean technology is not harmful to human health or the environment and even makes the cartridge more compact as fewer parts are required. In addition all Canon toner and cartridges are non-hazardous. This means that our cartridges do not require special treatment or processing. They can be recycled as part of your normal office waste or you can use our zero waste to landfill recycling program.
Easy to recycle
Genuine cartridges can be recycled using Canon’s no waste to landfill recycling programme. To find out more about the programme, or to request a free return form, visit our Cartridge Recycling page.
Be careful of counterfeit cartridges
Counterfeit Canon cartridges are packaged to appear as though they have been manufactured by Canon or with the consent of Canon but they have not. The manufacture and sale of counterfeit Canon cartridges is illegal. Canon works with customs, police and trading standards authorities to remove counterfeit Canon cartridges from the market and bring those responsible for their manufacture and sale to justice.
The print capacity of counterfeit cartridges that Canon has obtained and tested, ranges from 28% to 69% compared to original Canon cartridges.
Genuine toner cartridges make the difference
Allion Co., Ltd., an external verification agency, conducted tests to determine the difference in print quality between genuine Canon toner cartridges and third party cartridges. The report verifies the benefit of genuine Canon cartridges.
How to recognise genuine toner cartridges
When buying a Canon cartridge always look out for the hologram, with its colour change technology, and the ‘Genuine’ Canon logo on the outside of the package. Then you can be certain that you’ll get the very best print quality from your Canon printer, fax machine or multifunctional device. The phrase "for use in Canon products" does not mean it's an original Canon cartridge.
Find information on Canon EF, MS and S toner and learn more about Canon oil-less fusion technology and AIRSHEL cousin.
Why choose Canon oil-less fusion technology?
Write on printed paper with ease
Professional print output
With Canon’s oil-less fusing technology you get exceptionally sharp, glare free colour output thanks to our special oil-less fusing technology. Unlike conventional fixing rollers, oil application is not required - removing the glossiness that many colour devices produce.
Oil-less fusing works in combination with our S-toner to produce perfect colour printouts. S-toner consists of spherical particles, each uniform in shape and size, with a central wax core. This delivers smooth and sharp low-gloss images that are easy on the eye. You can even write on the printed page without any problems.
Why choose cartridges with AIRSHELL cushion protection?
Extra protection reduces likelihood of damage
Less waste due to smaller packaging
Cushion can be used for recycling
A number of Canon’s cartridges are packaged in an AIRSHELL cushion selected by Canon for greater protection. Both effective and environmental friendly, this breakthrough packaging won a prestigious WorldStar Award in 2004, bestowed by the World Packaging Organisation (WPO) for design and innovation.
AIRSHELL cushioning enables the use of a much smaller box size. This reduces CO² emissions during the cartridge shipment process by approximately 20% compared to conventional packaging. AIRSHELL packaging can also be used for returning your used cartridges for recycling, increasing the environmental benefits even further.
When selecting a cartridge you look at pricing, features, performance, quality and reliability. Of course, the print cost per page for different models is equally important. Page yield provides you with a precise measurement of how many pages a toner cartridge can print.
The page yield of many of Canon all-in-one toner cartridges used in monochrome devices has been measured according to strict ISO (International Organization for Standardization) procedures. The ISO 19752 Standard describes the method for the determination of toner yield for monochromatic electro photographic printers and multi-function devices that contain printer components.
The page yield of these cartridges is measured under strictly defined circumstances. The sample test sheet shown here has been the standard for page yield measurements of our monochrome toner cartridges from 2002. By using original Canon toner cartridges you can be sure that your cartridge will deliver the number of prints promised by Canon.