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Metrofuser Introduces Remanufactured LaserJet 5200 Fuser to Market

3 Jun, 2009

Metrofuser Introduces Remanufactured LaserJet 5200 Fuser to Market

Roselle. NJ (May 2009) - Laser printer parts manufacturer Metrofuser has introduced remanufactured fusers and maintenance kits for the Hewlett Packard LaserJet 5200 (RM1-2522).

“ Reliable laser printer parts solutions are in high demand with the advent of more feature-rich laser printers in the marketplace - particularly for Hewlett Packard LaserJet printers," stated Will DeMuth, Chief Operating Officer, "Our customers require the most precise imaging technology in this demanding market and our R&D team has devised a solution for the 5200 fuser."

"We believe remanufacturing is not only a eco-friendly alternative, but it is also a chance for the part to evolve from its original state. At Metrofuser each repair generation is an evolution to greater quality - a continuous improvement from the original factory model. From implementing engineering upgrades and component-level redesigns all the way through to process engineering efficiencies, the evolution and innovation never stops at Metrofuser."

Metrofuser's remanufactured fusers for HP's LaserJet printers offer brilliant crisp black and white printouts and guaranteed against such defects as image ghosting, toner buildup and film tearing. "Our LaserJet fusers hold up to the most demanding conditions offering unequaled durability," DeMuth adds, "these fusers work flawlessly with OEM and compatible toners."

Metrofuser remanufactures and distributes printer parts for HP and Lexmark laser printers. The company offers a broad array of laser printer products from its Eastern and Western distribution hubs including fusers, maintenance kits, boards, and paper handling assemblies. For more information, visit http://www.metrofuser.com, or call 888-Fusers-1 Ext 107

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