Every remanufacturer has struggled with the problems that result from toner additive buildup (TAB) on PCRs. TAB is caused by a number of variables, but the result is that it alters the electrical charging characteristics of the PCR surface and leads to print defects.
The new Never Tab PCR from Static Control finally eliminates those problems, because the technology makes it virtually impossible for TAB to build up on the PCR surface.
Many variables contribute to TAB, including substandard wiper blade performance, or variations in the surface properties of the OPC drum. Certain toners, in certain environmental conditions affecting humidity, can cause toner additive buildup. Cleaning PCRs often does not remove TAB. None of those variables matter anymore, because TAB simply can not accumulate on the PCR surface of the new Never TAB PCR.
Static Control, with world headquarters in Sanford, North Carolina, is the Global Leader in Aftermarket Imaging and Remanufacturing Technology.
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