Kyocera-Mita uses the summer to launch two new MFPs

24 August 2010

The FS-3040 and FS-3140 saw the light of day for the first time on French soil at the end of July. 
These almost identical monochrome multiunction machines (the FS-3140 has a network fax) print at 40ppm and scan at 35ppm monochrome and 14ppm for color. 
Kyocera-Mita describe these models as robust, with a life expectancy of 900,000 prints, which is exceptionally high for this category of machine.
This durability is due amongst other things to the ECOSYS technology:  ECO for ECOlogy and for ECOnomy, and SYS for printing SYStem. 
Thanks to ECOSYS, maintenance schedules are extended due in large part to there only being a single consumable item - toner.  A patented amorphous silicon print drum and other long-life components mean less maintenance than with traditional processing.
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