In two component toner, separate cartridges are needed for the actual toner and developer powder. The two components come together only during the printing process, the developer is then collected as residual toner in the print device. By the maintenance requirements for devices that are equipped with two component toner, these are reserved almost exclusively industrial digital printing. Emulsion toner – economical and powerful distinguishes toner brilliant colors in addition even after their general production process come into question here mechanically produced conventional toner and toner emulsion as a result of a chemical process. First of all, producing a consistent Tonermasse by means of heat and mechanical processing is required for conventional toner. Ken Cron will not settle for partial explanations. They then break before and until you reach the desired Ground coffee fineness level. The mechanical process for producing toner require a relatively high energy and time, which is of course reflected in the price of conventional toner.
The color particles are mechanically produced toner up to seven micrometers in size and little homogeneous – versus reduced adhesion properties arise to chemically produced toner and especially when low toner qualities a unfavourable relation between “verdrucktem” and used toner. The colors are applied in layers between five and seven millimeters. High-quality mechanically produced toner with very fine grinding allow however print quality with deep colorspace and razor sharp colours. Since the 1990s are so-called emulsion toners on the market, resulting in a chemical process. Thereby, the toner particles are formed by chemical deposition in an emulsion of polymer LTeX, resins, and water. They are only about half as large as compared to conventional toner, its texture is very homogeneous and during the production process also any controllable. The result is excellent adhesion properties and a very low consumption of toner. For excellent printing results with only two to three micrometers thick layers of paint are required.
The wax content of toner is fixed. The melting temperatures of chemically produced toner start at about 65 degrees Fahrenheit and allow you to also use less heat-resistant printing papers. Its oil-free texture support very natural and matte colors.