Black & White Photocopiers

Durable and efficient office essential

The black and white photocopier has long been an essential part of any office, probably only second to the water cooler. 

Referred to as black and white, or mono, the devices use only one toner cartridge (black) to produce black and white, or monochrome copies - technical simplicity at its best. However, todays photocopiers or multifunction devices do more than simply copy your documents. 

These multifunction devices can also print, copy, scan and fax - even on entry-level machines. The more advanced devices can digitise your paperwork by letting you scan your documents directly to email or folder, making document storage more efficient and secure.


Do you need colour printing?

Offices use A3 black and white photocopiers mainly for text-heavy documents such as invoices, purchase orders, worksheets and internal documents. A colour photocopier will be more useful for printing brochures, flyers, or other vibrant marketing materials.   

Black and white A4 and A3 photocopiers are a highly effective solution for copying in nearly all businesses. Assess the needs of your business and purchase a device to suit your preferences, consider your demand and supplies needs when doing so to ensure you find the perfect solution. 

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A genuine office essential

From desktop photocopiers for low-volume work to the high-capacity A3 black and white photocopiers, there are models and machines to suit every business and office requirement. There are various capacities to choose from too. Some devices, such as light production photocopiers print up to 120 pages per minute (ppm), with scanning speeds of up to 200ppm, making them perfect for large departments, busy office floors or print rooms.


Protecting your information

Did you know anyone can hack an unprotected print device? All-in-one or multifunction printers and photocopiers are equipped with a hard drive or SSD that stores all prints, scans and copies. To protect sensitive company data housed on the hard drive, many all-in-one printers now offer a range of enhanced security as standard, or optional extras including: 

  • S/MIME encryption to prevent emails from being intercepted during transmission. 

  • Programme execution control using whitelisting. 

  • Self-healing firmware for backing up settings and aiding recovery in the event of an attack. 

  • Audit trail logging. 

Finally, with optional extras such as hole punching, stapling, booklet making and finishing at your fingertips, you have a cost-effective machine that can do it all. 

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Have you considered Print Management Software?

It’s not just for the big corporations. With the addition of Print Management Software, you can implement rules that enforce two-sided printing, or restrict specific functions to certain departments, for example. In addition, to help increase document security, users must authenticate themselves before accessing the device or retrieving their print jobs. 

With the flexibility of managed print software, you can scale its use in alignment with your growth and activity, meaning you can tailor your office photocopier to your requirements. 

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