Static Control Renews Commitment to i-TECH Prebate Campaign16 May, 2001
Static Control Renews Commitment to i-TECH Prebate Campaign
On May 4, 2001, at the NECRA Show in Atlantic City, Static Control Components, Inc. (a leading supplier to over 6,000 worldwide customers who recycle laser printer toner cartridges and is the acknowledged technology developer for the entire industry), made a joint announcement that reconfirmed its 2001 financial support of the i-TECH, formerly known as NECRA, Prebate Campaign with its intent to give $24,000 in the calendar year. Coupled with last year’s contribution, Static Control has given i-TECH $48,000 in its fight against Prebate in the 2000–2001 timeframe.
“We are very proud of Static Control for it’s continued support in our joint fight against the anti-competitive Prebate program,” said Pamela Adzima, i-TECH President. “Static Control has been there for i-TECH from the beginning and the entire board of i-TECH wishes to convey it’s thanks to Ed Swartz, his company and his financial commitment.”
Static Control has been actively involved in various parts of the country helping associations in their lobbying efforts. “Our future and our industry’s future depends on all of us pulling together in this important fight,” said Bill Swartz, President Imaging Division at Static Control, “A single vendor or association cannot win the battle; we all need to take this seriously. This contribution is a way for Static Control to give back to the members of i-TECH for their support of our company.”
In other Static Control News- New
Static Control recently released an improved cyan and magenta HP4500 color toner as part of the company’s continuing commitment to offer quality color products and support to remanufacturers. The improved toner uses existing product codes and is immediately available with every order. (insert picture)
The improved HP4500 toner has increased the saturation of the magenta and cyan colors. “We have worked closely with our vendor to develop a new formula that will reduce the need to modify printer density settings, in order to increase the saturation of these colors,” said John Pickett, manager of toner development for Static Control. “Remanufacturers will be able to incorporate the new toner into their production with no problem because this improved toner is fully compatible with Static’s existing HP4500 toner as well as the OEM toner.” The HP4500 color toners will continue to be available in 200- and 280-gram weights and use the same product codes. Black toner is available in 360 and 390-gram weights.
In addition, Static Control has also released doctor bars for use in Optra® Se 3455 and Optra® T applications, the latest addition to their new Odyssey™ doctor bar product line. When used with Static’s system of products for Lexmark® and IBM® cartridges, Odyssey™ doctor bars with custom leaf springs can cut down remanufacturers’ production time and costs, extend the life of these profitable cartridges, and minimize cartridge rework. Call for more details.
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