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Printerinks Toner Cartridges
Being among the largest suppliers of toner in the UK, including we’re able to offer an extensive range of cartridges. Our warehouse is home to thousands of OEM and compatible cartridges for brands like Canon, LexmarkEpson and more. Each of which has been rigorously tested to conform with the ISO 9001 standard. As such, our customers can be sure that they’re getting quality every time!

At Printerinks, we’re committed to selection, service and value. We offer fast free UK delivery on all ink and toner orders, and, if you order available stock before 5:30pm on weekdays, we’ll get your order shipped on the same day.
Toner Cartridge Offers
Whether you’re shopping for a Canon, a Samsung or an Epson, you’ll find a suitable toner cartridge here. And you’ll be able to find it easily thanks to the search options above. You’ll benefit from bulk discounts on our OEM cartridges, and ‘Buy 2 Get 1 Free’ offers on compatible ones. 

But it doesn’t stop there: if you’re shopping for five or more printers, we can offer exclusive deals – so why not get in touch? Our customer service team can be reached on 0800 043 1001. Be sure to ask them about our credit accounts, through which LEA organisations, NHS, schools, colleges and universities and government organisations can benefit from 30 days’ credit and a dedicated account manager.
What are toner cartridges?
A toner cartridge is a consumable product that is used in laser printers and copiers. The cartridge contains toner powder, which is a dry, finely ground substance that contains pigments or dyes. When the printer or copier is turned on, the toner cartridge is filled with air and then delivers the toner powder to the paper through a process of static electricity. Toner cartridges need to be replaced periodically, depending on the printer or copier model and the printing needs of the user. Most manufacturers provide estimates for how often a toner cartridge will need to be replaced.
Are toner cartridges cheaper than ink?
Yes, toner cartridges are cheaper than ink. This is because printer toner is a powder and does not require the same expensive packaging that ink does. Toner also has a longer shelf life than ink, so you can buy it in bulk and save even more money. When it comes to printing, toner cartridges are definitely the more cost-effective option. Not only are they cheaper to purchase, but you'll also get more prints out of a single cartridge. If you're looking to save money on your printing costs, investing in a good-quality toner cartridge is a great place to start.
Are toner cartridges better than ink?
Yes, toner cartridges are better than ink because they last longer, provide sharper print quality, and are more cost-effective in the long run. Toner cartridges typically last much longer than ink cartridges—sometimes up to five times as long. This means that you won’t have to replace them as often, which can save you money in the long run.

Toner also provides sharper print quality than ink, thanks to the finer particles used in its makeup. This means that your printed documents will look cleaner and more professional. They are generally more cost-effective than ink cartridges. When you factor in their longer lifespan and sharper print quality, toner cartridges offer a better value for your money.
Is printer toner the same as ink cartridge?
No, printer toner is not the same as ink cartridges. Ink cartridges are filled with liquid ink that is used to print on paper, whereas a printer toner is a dry powder that is used to print on paper. The main difference between the two lies in their composition and function. Liquid ink is made up of colorants suspended in a solvent, while printer toner is made up of dry pigment and resin. When it comes to function, ink cartridges are designed to deposit liquid ink onto the paper, while printer toner is designed to bond with the fibers in the paper.
What is the difference between compatible toner and original?
There are several key differences between compatible toner cartridges and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) cartridges. One of the most important distinctions is that compatible toners are significantly cheaper than OEMs. In addition, compatible toner cartridges often have a higher page yield than their OEM counterparts, meaning that they can print more pages before needing to be replaced. Finally, some compatible toners offer additional features, such as higher print quality or increased durability, that may not be available with OEMs. Overall, compatible toners offer a great alternative to more expensive OEMs like HP toner, Canon toner, Brother toner etc, especially for users who print frequently or need to save money.
Why does my printer say low on toner?
If your printer says it's low on toner, there are a few possible reasons. It could be that the toner cartridge is actually low, or it could be that the printer is not able to detect the toner level correctly. In either case, you'll need to replace the toner cartridge soon.

You can usually find replacement toner cartridges at To replace the cartridge, simply follow the instructions in your printer's manual. Once you've replaced the cartridge, your printer should be able to print normally again.

If you continue to have problems with low toner levels, make sure to check your printer's settings. Some printers have a setting that allows you to increase the toner density. This can help prevent the printer from running low on toner too quickly.

What is the difference between a toner and drum?
A toner is a powder that is used in laser printers and photocopiers to form the images on the paper, while a drum is a rotating cylinder that is coated with a light-sensitive material that transfers the image onto the paper.

The main difference between a toner and a drum is that a toner is a powder that is used to form the images on the paper, while a drum is a rotating cylinder that is coated with a light-sensitive material that transfers the image onto the paper.

Toner cartridge is made up of carbon powder, plastic particles, and pigment. The pigments give the toner its colour, while the carbon powder and plastic particles help the toner to adhere to the paper. Drum, on the other hand, is made up of a light-sensitive material that is coated onto a rotating cylinder. When an image is sent to the printer, the drum rotates and the light-sensitive material is exposed to the light, which causes it to darken. This darkening of the light-sensitive material creates the image on the paper.