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Inkjet printer head cleaner
Ralf Jurrien : August 1st 2007 - 13:33 CET
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NewsInkjet printer head cleaner : Harvey the Headcleaner, a computer program that will reduce, if not eliminate inkjet printer head clogging, has just come on the market. Harvey is the brainchild of Gainesville, Florida, entrepreneur and inventor Richard Hilton, and was developed by computer programmer Patrick Flahan of Odessa, Florida. Hilton, president of Hilton Images, Inc., has manufactured laser sublimation toner cartridges under the brand name SubToner since 1999, and recently became an authorized distributor for Sawgrass Technologies sublimation products for inkjets. Since the inception of SubToner, Hilton heard customers complain about clogged heads, which often can be deadly for an inkjet printer.
Inkjet printer head cleanerHarvey the Headcleaner
If an inkjet printer is not used on a regular basis, ink dries in the printer heads and clogging may result. Harvey sends a specifically timed message from the computer to the printer, telling it to print a special page, which causes just enough ink to run through the printer to prevent clogging. Full mechanics and specifics of the clogging phenomenon and how Harvey works are available on the website. All that Harvey requires is a computer connection to the inkjet printer and plain paper in the printer.

Inkjet printer head cleaner Harvey the Headcleaner - Price & Availability
Harvey the Headcleaner customers just go to the website, pay $19.95, and download and install Harvey for their specific printer. Harvey is easy to set up to meet each user’s needs. From then on, Harvey is on the job, keeping heads clog-free.

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