Epson’s PaperLab consolidates the lengthy recycling paper process to two steps. The process destroys old documents and transforms them into new, recycled paper. PaperLab’s innovated technology localizes the recycling process while being energy-efficient and providing exceptional performance. This system is able to produce about 14 A4 sheets per minute, which adds up to 6,720 sheets per work-day.Read More >>
Here’s how it works:
Dry Fiber Technology AspectsFiberizing
In general, the fiberizing stage requires water, but since PaperLab utilizes dry technology, there is no need for plumbing attachments. The size and lack of plumbing needed make this system flexible and easy to install.Binding
PaperLab gives users the choice of different binders, depending upon one's preferences. Binders are what adds strength, adjust the whiteness, and adds color to the paper.Forming
Design your own office paper or business cards with help from the forming technology that allows you to choose how density, thickness, and even the type of paper.
Security of Confidential Documents
Instead of hiring contactors to handle the disposal of confidential documents, you can safely dispose them within your own office. PaperLab will break your documents down into paper fibers, so the information on them is completely erased.
Paper Without Wasting Water
According to Epson, this is the first paper production system to use a dry process. In the normal paper production process, it take about one cup of water to make a single sheet of paper - with PaperLab, there is no water or traveling necessary to buy paper, thus, conserving important resources while being environmentally conscious. Yet another innovation to help save our environment.
To see how Epson’s PaperLab could save you time and expenses, watch this short video.Want to save the environment? Find out how EZ it is for your office to be eco-friendly by looking at what we can recycle for you.