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The Océ ColorWawe 550 wide format printer

Print out big doesn't mean big pollution. Prints of large format can be made with modern devices that pollute more or less like some old generation A4 printers, because theenvironmental impact it is not a problem of measurements but of materials and technologies. Technologies that, in the printing, are making great strides towards the sustainability at all stages of the process.

A good example comes from Océ, company of Canon Group among the first in the world in documentary and printing systems, which in recent days presented its ColorWave 550, a device also designed to ensure a healthy work environment. The exclusive Océ TonerPearls allows the printing system to be completely green: does not emit fine dust, it does not generate any waste or smell and produces very little waste. The result is no negative impact on the work environment.

Plus the technology Océ CrystalPoint it does not use heat for fusing, so chemically treated paper is not required to achieve high quality results. The resulting printed materials produce excellent performance also with regard to de-inking in phase of recycling. The use of Océ ColorWave 550 helps create a better environment for people and benefits for the planet.

The launch of the new printing device large format ColorWawe 550 it was welcomed as an important turning point from the point of view of versatility and quality for the benefit of small companies and work groups. Technical users can print, duplicate and scan black and white and color documents using a single system. They can produce excellent quality prints using both environmentally and economically sustainable technology.

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