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Heat-Free Technology

Rising to the global electricity challenge

As electricity consumption accelerates around the world, it’s time to think about what we can all do to reduce our electricity usage.

Between 1980 and 2020 global electricity consumption more than tripled.1

And electricity consumption is set to double again by 2050.2

Small changes can make a big difference

Saving electricity through small, everyday adjustments can amount to big, meaningful change.

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Why switch to Heat-Free Printing Technology?

At Epson, we’re focusing on changing the way we consume electricity. Switching to Heat-Free Printing Technology, which uses no heat in the ink ejection process and delivers lower power consumption.

That means every time you use one of our inkjet printers, you’re taking a step in the right direction.

The benefits of Heat-Free Printing Technology

Make the switch. Meet the challenge.

Reduced power consumption saves energy

Heat-Free printing technology lowers the need for power because it doesn’t use heat to warm up.

Fewer parts to replace

Laser printers have drums, transfer belts and fuses that can require periodic replacement. Inkjet printers feature none of these parts, avoiding the need for their replacement.

Save time with ready-to-go printing

No heat also means no warm-up time when the printer is switched on or woken from sleep. It starts printing immediately.

Less intervention

The Heat-Free structure of Epson inkjet printers means that there aren’t as many parts that can wear out

This explanation is only applicable for MicroPiezo fundamental advantage in principle. Product performance may vary.

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1 Total final consumption of electricity from IEA World Energy Balances Highlights (2022)

2 Total final consumption of electricity with NetZero scenario base from IEA World Energy Outlook 2022 Free Dataset