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REFFLO 70ml Premium Compatible Ink For Epson Eco Tank Printers Epson L6570/ L6580/ L15150/ L15160 008 Cyan

349.00 Inc GST

  • Vibrant Prints

  • Value For Money

  • Print Head Friendly

  • Printer Specific Ink

The Premium Cyan ink (REFFLOEPP008C) from REFFLO is ideal for colorful print output. This Pigment ink helps deliver high print quality with a bright shades of colors. The ink comes in a bottle that ensures easy & mess-free refills.

The ink is compatible with EPSON L6570/ L6580/ L15150/ L15160 printers.

PRODUCT DETAILS

The Premium Cyan ink (REFFLOEPP008C) from REFFLO is ideal for colorful print output. This Pigment ink helps deliver high print quality with a bright shade of colors. The ink comes in a bottle that ensures easy & mess-free refills.

REFFLO PREMIUM COMPATIBLE INKJET INK

Colour Type         :  CYAN

Use with Printers :  Epson L6570/ L6580/ L15150/ L15160

Key feature          :  Pigment

Net Weight           :  70gm/ 70ml

Inbox Qty.             : 1 Bottle

Product Name      :  REFFLO PREMIUM COMPATIBE INK

Product Code       :  REFFLOEPP008C

ISO* Page Yield   : 6000 Pages (Combined Color)

More Vibrant Colors

Color vibrancy is what makes a photo or color print outs truly special. REFFLO inks are formulated to produce exceptionally vibrant colors that are both accurate and unforgettable. Skin tones are beautifully natural. Bright colors are excitingly vivid. The in-between shades are always subtly expressive. With REFFLO inks, you get colors as vibrant.

Printer Head Friendly

Inferior quality inks can damage your printer  roadside or universal inks can cause photo colors to fade faster, or papers to curl due to incompatibility. It is important to use inks designed and engineered specially for printer head. REFFLO Premium inks are good to produce brilliant and lasting prints.

Quality Photo Prints

REFFLO Premium inks and photo papers are selected to work together. The result of this synergy is brilliant, fade-resistant prints that can be preserved for a long time*! Inferior quality inks can damage your printer and cause photo colors to fade faster.
*Under proper storage conditions.

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Satisfaction Guaranteed

 

 

 

 

Excellent color matching performance of the inks. Prints true colors in photo's. Your complete satisfaction is guaranteed on all REFFLO Inks are OEM based ink specification's ensure that ink works very well with your printer. All inks are tested extensively in our Workshop Lab 100% compatible for the printer which was intended for.

Dependable Quality & Worry Free Performance

 

 

 

High quality inkjet inks for printing with high sharpness and good colors, choose in our ISO Certified 9001 : 2015 for quality and 14001 : 2015 for Environmental management Company Inks designed specially for use with your printers. Inks are Packed with matching specifications to original company inks.

REFFLO Important Printer Maintenance Tips - FAQ

It is easy to keep your printer in tip-top condition, and the benefits are truly amazing – from excellent performance to exceptional documents and images. The best way to ensure that your printer stays in perfect condition is using Premium Quality Compatible Inks.

Use Draft Mode to Save Ink

If you're printing something just for reference and quality isn't paramount, use the ink-saving Draft/Fast Draft mode under the Print Quality settings of your printer. Just remember to switch back to Standard/Normal or High/Best mode when printing your final copy.

Printer Specific Inks

Ink Tank system is an ingenious way to lower costs by saving ink and paper. Each ink color has its own ink types like Dye/Pigment, because colors are used at different rates. Only the depleted color needs to be replaced, so ink wastage is eliminated. Your ink tank printer will let you know when a ink level is low or empty in ink tank (in old models you have to check ink level manually), so you’ll never waste paper by running out of ink in the middle of a print job.

Ink Tank Printer Clean Print Head

Ink Tank Printers having two types of print head module and cartridge type. In case of blur print or not getting quality printouts, follow this steps for clean print head

Go to ---> Device Control/Device & Printer--->Select Printer Model--->click mouse right click--->select printer preferences ---->go to maintenance  tap ----> do print head cleaning.

You can get printer quality test page/printer diagnostic page / print nozzle check page.

if after 2-3 times cleaning print not get okay. you can runs power cleaning or power ink flushing option.

NOTE : In case of power ink flushing printer may use high ink wastage. in some ink tank printers service errors may be comes after cleaning. or have to replace waste ink pads.

Duplex Printing

Save time, paper and money by printing on both sides of the paper. Many printers feature Auto Duplex Printing, which allows you to print on both sides of the paper automatically. There's no need to turn it over manually. Not only is it a convenient way to print, it's also environmentally friendly!

Print Regularly

Leaving your printer idle for extended period could result in ink clogs in the print head. To avoid this, simply print a document or two at least once in a week. Additionally, avoid keeping your printer in dusty environments or placing it in the direct path of an air conditioner draft. Such exposure could dry the ink in the print head more quickly. Following these simple tips ensures the optimal performance for your printer.

Pages Per Minute (ppm) – Educate Yourself and Don’t be Misled by Claims

It might surprise you to learn that it’s virtually impossible to know the speed of a printer simply by referring to the manufacturer’s “pages per minute (ppm)” claim. That’s because there is no uniform standard to determine what makes up a page. That’s why the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) created uniform printing and copying standards to be used by all manufacturers’ ppm claim – which offers basis for comparison – and the universal standard ipm, which provides an accurate comparison of printers of various brands.

Types Compatible Inks

Compatible Ink

These Premium compatible consumables are made by other companies and may work with machines from various manufacturers. As a result, they are perfect fit for printers and money saving. it may not damage your machine or print in quality. OEM Printer manufacturers have mentioned to avoid use compatible Inks as for revenue collection and void warranty purposes.

Counterfeit Inks

Often advertised as cheap or discounted, these are counterfeit consumables made to look like genuine OEM products. Poorly manufactured, using these supplies may result in either inferior printouts or damage to your machine.

Understanding ISO Standard

The ISO Standard

The only way to know the true print and copy speeds of inkjet printing devices.

In order to compare the print and copy speeds of inkjet and multi-function printers, it’s necessary to have a set of uniform standards. Unless identical standards are used it is impossible to know the speed of one printer relative to another – In other words, to know which printer is faster.

It would be like comparing the speed of two runners, one of whom races on a level field and the other up a flight of stairs. Because the testing standards are different, the results cannot be compared and are therefore meaningless.

As a result, leading inkjet printer manufacturers have worked closely with the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) to develop standardized testing methodologies for determining print and copy speeds.

ISO/IEC 24734

The Standard For Determining Print Speed

This standard is for digital printing devices – including inkjet printers and applies to both monochrome and colour printers capable of printing on A4/8.5x11” paper. It defines the methodology for comparing plain-paper productivity in default mode using a variety of applications – such as Word, Excel and PDF.

ISO/IEC 24734 designates test files, test setup procedures, test runtime procedures, as well as the reporting requirements for digital printing productivity measurements. The test-system environment, operating modes and job mix are identical for each machine being tested.

ISO/IEC 24735

The Standard For Determining Copy Speed

This standard provides a methodology for measuring digital copy and is applicable to digital copying devices and multi-function devise with an automatic document feeder. It is intended for both monochrome and color digital copying devices.

ISO/IEC 24735 designates the test files, test setup procedures, test runtime procedures, as well as the reporting requirements for digital copying productivity measurements. The test-system environment, operating modes and job mix are identical for each machine being tested.

Why IPM

Images Per Minute

The Best Way To Express Print And Copy Speeds

Although both “images per minute” (ipm) and “pages per minute” (ppm) are approved for use with the ISO standards, there is a serious concern that using “ppm” will create confusion. Since the “ppm” unit of measurement can be applied to both ISO standards as well as the previous standards used by individual printer manufacturers, Canon will use only “ipm” when expressing print and copy speeds. Thus, consumers will always know the true speed of Inkjet printers and All-in-Ones.

Real Documents

The ISO standard defines the measuring method of print and copy speed, both on plain paper. Speed based on default mode setting is required when applied as a written specification.

Conventional PPM Test Sample

ISO/IEC 24734 Print Speed Measurement Test Sample Suite

Frequently Asked Questions

What is ISO?

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is an international organization that specifies requirements for state-of-the-art products, services, processes, materials and systems. ISO standards are designed to be implemented worldwide and can become a market requirement for the products and services to which they apply.

What are the ISO Productivity Standards governing print and copy speeds?

In determining which printer or multi-function device to purchase, speed is often a critical factor. Until 2009, each manufacturer used its own standards and methodologies to determine speed, making any meaningful comparison impossible.

A common testing methodology was required, and so Canon and other leading printer manufacturers worked together with the ISO to create a set of uniform standards. On 4 March 2009, ISO/IEC 24734 and ISO/IEC 24735 were officially published as the International Standards for measuring the speed of digital printing and copying devices.

What is ISO/IEC 24734?

ISO/IEC 24734 provides a method for measuring the plain-paper productivity of digital printing devices (in default mode) with various available modes (simplex, duplex, etc.) and office applications, ensuring that the test-system environment, operating modes and job mix for each machine are identical.

It specifies test files, test setup procedures, test runtime procedures and the reporting requirements for digital printing productivity measurements. It is not intended for devices unable to print A4/8.5x11” paper.

What is ISO/IEC 24735?

ISO/IEC 24735 provides a method for measuring the productivity of digital copying devices (in default mode) with various copying modes.

It is applicable to digital copying devices and multi-function devices – both monochrome and colour – equipped with an automatic document feeder and collating function.

ISO/IEC 24735 allows the comparison of throughput copying rates for a machine operated in various available modes (complex, duplex, etc.) and digital image processing configurations.

It specifies test files, test setup procedures, and the reporting requirements for digital copying productivity measurements.

When did Comapnies start using the ISO standards?

All applicable printers and All-in-One since have employed ISO standards to express print and copy speeds. company's early adoption promotes this new form of measurement and exemplifies the Company’s commitment to these internationally defined and practical specifications.

It is important to note that the ISO standards define only print and copy speed criteria. With the exception that the “Default” standard mode required assumes reasonable print quality necessary for actual usage, they are not meant to provide any other definitions related to print quality.

Why is "ipm" used instead of "ppm"?

The use of both "pages per minute" (ppm) and "images per minute" (ipm) is acceptable under the ISO standards. However, there is a concern that using “ppm” will cause confusion.

Since the "ppm" unit of measurement can be applied to both ISO standards as well as the previous standards used by individual printer manufacturers. Canon will only use "ipm" to express speeds for ESAT print and ESAT (ADF) copy.

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