Ricoh for energy-efficient products awarded Ricoh Europe, a specialist in the area of Office solutions, managed document services and production printing, buyers Lab (BLI) for its energy-efficient products awarded by. The BLI-Award for Excellence went to the most energy-efficient models, which have been tested in the last six months. After evaluating the results of the front-runner in many printer and MFP category BLI has the award-outstanding achievement”(summer 2010) for excellent performance to Ricoh for the A3 multifunction system Aficio MP C5000 awarded has been tested with a Ricoh controller. BLI environmental tests of the energy consumption of the Aficio was C5000 MP in the tested modes, as well as in the standby and hibernation below the average. Thus, the annual energy consumption and the cost of the system are also below average. The energy STAR excellent and RoHS compliant Aficio MP C5000 need also less energy to warm up from the sleep mode than competitive systems. The distinction with “the outstanding achievement of award of the BLI’ for the Aficio MP C5000 because of its low energy consumption is a great recognition of our commitment to the environment”, Harald List, said Manager MFP Department at Ricoh Europe (Netherlands) b.v., this award is a clear signal to our customers that they can meet their requirements for environmental protection with Ricoh.

“Economy meets ecology ‘ is the motto of our market presence.” Consistent color quality and profitability Furthermore awarded BLI his pick “award in the category of single-function inkjet printer” on Ricoh Aficio GX e5550N. The GelSprinter model was awarded for its impressive ease of use, consistent color quality and efficiency. While the industry focuses on, to produce faster and more affordable laser and LED models, experiencing a Renaissance”ink jet products in the Office environment, says senior Test Technician Tony Maceri BLI. The Ricoh Aficio GX e5550N delivers a good color output and one lower page rate for faster test speeds than many of its competitors.

Comments are closed.