Know More About Your HP Pinter Ink

Toner cartridges are generally composed of aluminum tubes and photosensitive materials, and the surface is generally composed of three substances.

Some special cartridges and printer supplies have 4 to 5 layers of material in addition to the first three layers of ordinary cartridges, and the fourth and fifth layers are designed to protect the photosensitive layer, and make the cartridge work longer. Toner cartridges are integral (or integrated) and separated. The integrated cartridge is designed to contain toner cartridges and drums on the same device. When the toner is exhausted or the drum is damaged, the entire cartridge is scrapped. This type of cartridge is mainly HP models, and this unique design increases the user's printing costs, and does harm to environmental. But separate toner cartridges and drums are placed in different devices, and the photosensitive drum‘s general life is very long, generally it can print to 20,000 pieces. Just put on the toner which has been consumed on the line, so in this way the user's printing costs should be greatly reduced.

And the following steps are for you to learn how to change your used HP printer ink. The first step you need to do is open the HP CF22X’s printer cover. After that you should see the inside of the print at a first glance. There is a portable spot on the cartridge, and you need to take it out. Take out it and you will see the internal structure of it. If there is any toner left you need to wipe it with soft paper or cloth. Take your new cartridge, shake it left and right, mixing the toner, and then take the seal out. Remove the protective cover of the cartridge, with the label inside, putting the cartridge into the printer. After the toner cartridge is put into the printer, press it lightly to confirm that the chip on the drum and the chip on the printer are in good contact. Close the printer and make sure the lid is close as well.

Selenium photosensitive drum is composed of selenium light guide layer, alumina film interlayer and aluminum-based conductive matrix. Selenium light guide layer is selenium deposited on the aluminum base and is formed of amorphous selenium. The quality of this coating directly decides the quality of the copy. Therefore, the photoconductive layer requires uniform deposition. The intermediate layer is an oxide film formed on the substrate before the photoconductive layer is deposited, and acts as a barrier layer to reduce the darkness of the photoconductive layer. The aluminum base is the carrier of the photoconductive layer and acts as an induced charge corresponding to conduction and generation of charges.

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