Canon Toner Cartridge Numbers for imageRunner 1400 Printers

Canon toner cartridge number for the imageRunner 1435i printer.

This month Canon released the new imageRUNNER 1400 series of multifunction printing devices. This series includes the imageRUNNER 1435i and 1435iF. Both models print black and white at an average speed of 37 pages per minute. The retail prices are affordable:

  • 1435i – $1,560
  • 1435iF – $1,870

Canon Toner Cartridge and Drum OEM/Part Numbers

Knowing printer part numbers aren’t always easy to find, I put together a list of Canon toner cartridge and drum replacement numbers for these imageRunner printers. You can reference this data for your customer’s supply needs.

  • Canon toner cartridge number for the imageRunner 1435iF printer.Black toner: #9436B003  GPR-54 – Page Yield ; 17,600
  • Drum unit: GPR-54 – Page Yield; 35,500

Canon Improves Printing Efficiency

In an effort to deliver better results to people who purchase an imageRUNNER, Canon included a new toner design in this series. The new Defined & Quick Fixing (DQF) toner produces high-image quality at faster print speeds. The design also claims to require less energy.

New printer supply announcements are just one of the ways we strive to help you quickly find the correct supplies for your customer’s printer. But if you’re tired of chasing down Canon toner cartridge and part numbers, check out TRIguideOnline. It’s an Internet-based product which cross-matches parts and supplies with printers. We include information from hundreds of manufacturers. The data is continually updated so you’ll always have the most current and accurate information, which can be retrieved from any web browser.

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Lena, the owner of TRI Resources Intl, began working in the ribbon industry for Aspen Ribbons in Boulder, CO, shortly after moving to the USA from her homeland of Sweden. Her personal attention to detail quickly moved her into the ‘lab’ doing research and maintaining the database for the AspenGuide. Lena’s work helped make AspenGuide the undisputed leader and many considered it to be the virtual Bible of cross-referencing in the industry. In the early 1990s, Lena joined Nukote and was actively involved in publishing the Encyclopedia of Imaging Supplies. By 1998, technology allowed Lena to create a cross-reference guide on CD ROM, and thus TRI Resources International and the TRIguide were created. Toner, ribbons, and inkjets were the basis of this guide. In 2003, Lena transitioned the CD to TRIguideOnline so businesses can now access her data on the Internet.