A lot of users in the maintenance of ink jet equipment, only pay attention to maintenance machinery itself, but ignore the ink cartridge. In fact cartridge is a high technology content of products. We want to ink cartridge peace “live” to it’s birthday limit, you need to take it to the maintenance. In fact ink-jet printer ink cartridge and the service life, not only the quality of its own, and at the same time and tell us how at ordinary times is “treat” relationship.
The length of the human life, first of all, and our living environment has a great relationship. toner cartridge is the same, the use of ink cartridge length of life, the most basic depends on the working environment. If a long time in damp working environment, ink print nozzle will most likely from corrosion, will seriously affect print effect and cartridge life, in the low temperature drying conditions, the operation of machinery for oil dry and appear not smooth.. So, work environment from the temperature requirements. In addition, the work environment change shoulds not be too fast, or parts of the heat bilges cold shrink effect also can cause mechanical parts wear too much, especially the ink cartridge plastic components and nozzle aperture produce changes will also affect the effect of printing.
Ink is important to “maintain” to such as porosity and nozzle. The ink cartridge porosity and nozzle are easy to jam, so use of ink-jet printer, in order to protect the ink cartridge, had better be in no dust or dustfall minimum environment, but also to keep the environment clean, in addition, printing paper also need to keep clean and dry surface. So, want to try to make the printer in the clean environment work.
There are many users may not have realized, ink cartridge replacement also influence the service life of the printer. When the ink light show run out of ink cartridge, but not sure you want to replace the new cartridge before, had better not take the old cartridge, because although the old cartridge can’t print job, but ACTS as a barrier dust into the “cover” can. The author here again to remind you, dust is cartridge first killer! Even if a clea