Copier Warm Up Times

Copier Efficiency and Warm Up Time

Do you need another copier and wondering which one is the best to buy? Are you starting to get overwhelmed by all the ‘feeds’ and ‘speeds’ and feel frustrated since you have no idea where to go or how to handle all of the information? One key factor to consider when buying a copier is the ‘warm up time’. In fact, it’s the most important component of the copier to discuss.

Warm up time is essentially the actual time it takes to put a document into the processor or on the surface of the glass and press ‘copy’ in order for the device to warm up and then make a copy. What’s the big deal? Why is it so important?

Consider the average Madison office environment. There sits the copier, but it’s not getting used more than it’s being used. Therefore, most of the time, warm up time becomes a factor. If your copier’s warm up time enables you to finish printing before the other even starts, then this is obviously the faster copier to perform your work, no matter what the specifications claim about the speed of the copier.

Keep this in mind if you’re considering buying a Madison copier in the near future.