Keep your ecological footprint small thanks to swissQprint Greentech

Keep your ecological footprint small thanks to swissQprint Greentech

swissQprint users generate high value while keeping their ecological footprint small. That’s because we see equal importance in maximum customer benefit and environmental protection.

Want your production to be as environmentally friendly as possible? Concerned for the well-being of your employees and customers? Then swissQprint large format printers will fit perfectly with your principles.

Low CO₂ emissions

As a swissQprint user, you keep your ecological footprint small.

Our shipping distances are short: 80 % of our suppliers, providing over 90 % of all machine parts, are Swiss companies and many are located nearby.

  • Moreover, the printers are 100 % developed and produced at the swissQprint headquarters in Switzerland.

  • We cover over half of our operational electricity consumption with solar power.

  • The UV printing process requires neither heating nor ventilation, which keeps the machines' energy requirements low.

  • LED lamps consume little electricity and have low emissions.

  • The life-time of swissQprint products is more than a decade.

  • They are low maintenance, which minimises service calls and consumable parts that need replacing.


Free of harmful substances

With swissQprint, you get production done without unnecessarily polluting the environment.

  • UV LED printing largely avoids ozone emissions.
  • Thanks to LED technology, mercury waste is eliminated.
  • swissQprint inks are VOC-free and Greenguard Gold certified.



The 2.2 kW comparison

The swissQprint UV LED large format printers consume an average of 2.2 kilowatt-hours of electricity, exactly the same as an average kettle.

Another comparison: A two-hour video streaming session on a 65-inch 4K TV requires about the same amount of power, calculated from the data centre to the end device.


Learn more about how swissQprint are taking eco-conscious approach with their new Solar Initiative and managing local suppliers to reduce co2 emissions