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Brother DR-720 Compatible Drum Unit DCP-8150 HL-5470 HL-6180 MFC-8710

This is a Compatible DR-720 Drum Unit for Brother following Brother Printers:

- DCP-8110DN, DCP-8150DN, DCP-8155DN
- HL-5440D, HL-5450DN, HL-5470DW, HL-5470DWT, HL-6180DW, HL-6180DWT
- MFC-8510DN, MFC-8710DW, MFC-8810DW, MFC-8910DW, MFC-8950DW, MFC-8950DWT

Duty Cycle: Approx. 30,000 pages @ 5% coverage.

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TonerPirate's compatible non-OEM DR-720 drum cartridge is backed by 1 year warranty. Our drum unit is guaranteed to meet the performance standard expected from Brother original drum cartridge. Our compatible DR-720 drum unit is manufactured by ISO9001 / ISO14001 certified factories using high quality parts. This compatible drum is built using new opc roller to achieve same full duty cycle given by original Brother drum cartridge. The use of our replacement drum cartridge for the DR-720 does not void your printer's warranty.

SKU
TP-DR-720
Shipping Weight
4.00 lbs
Reward Points
10
Price: $19.95
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Asked by marybeth on Jul 19, 2016
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It is rated at 30,000 page yield. Yield is approximate and may vary by type of use. To explain this technically and legally, this rating is in accordance with ISO/IEC 19798 standard. Youc an google this ISO/IEC 19798 standard on page yield and you will find all in detail as well as sample reports. To explain it in plain English, it will give you 30,000 pages if you are printing something like a cover letter page without any graphic. Printing full page text or something with graphic will use the drum/toner up more quickly.
Answered by TP on Jul 19, 2016