HP Laser Printers Cartridges for LaserJet 4000
Types of Quill Brand HP LaserJet 4000 Toner
Quill Brand HP LaserJet 4000 toner is available in two sizes, the 27X high-yield and 27X extra high-yield cartridges. Although these are not original manufacturer equipment (OEM) HP printer cartridges for the LaserJet 4000, they’re an excellent substitute. The yield rating informs users of maximum page output with good quality print. Quill Brand, as with most other reputable brands, calculates remanufactured toner yields based on 5 percent coverage. This is about six lines of print or half a page double-spaced. The 27X high-yield cartridge prints up to 10,000 pages with that coverage, while the extra high-yield unit prints up to 15,000 pages.
Benefits of Quill remanufactured HP LaserJet 4000 toner
Quill offers ink and toner in both original and remanufactured options. HP doesn’t make toner for the LaserJet 4000 anymore, but these remanufactured toner cartridges offer several benefits, including:
- Work in different brands, including Brother®, Canon®, and many older HP LaserJet printers
- Come with a written warranty
- Include 100 percent satisfaction guarantee
- Same quality ink as original for rich black text and graphics on printer paper
- Quill recycles old cartridges to help conserve the environment
HP LaserJet 4000 printer parts at Quill
Besides HP toner cartridges, Quill offers many parts for LaserJet 4000 printers to keep them running smoothly. Parts include roller assemblies, feeder controller boards, and fuser assemblies. Choose between OEM, refurbished (repaired original), or aftermarket (made by third-party company) parts. Quill also puts together a maintenance kit that includes all these parts in one set.
Understanding toner expiration
Toner cartridges do have an expiration date. Over time, the toner powder can break down. Cartridges kept on their sides in a cool, dark place can last up to two years. Moisture can get inside cartridges kept in the printer and make the powder clump up. Prevent this by printing regularly and not letting the printer sit unused for long periods. Keep in mind that Quill inserts toner into remanufactured cartridges, so the expiration date found on the cartridge is not correct. Instead, determine the expiration date based on when you purchased the item. A general expiration date for remanufactured toner is about two years from the purchase date.