Office Equipment

Office Equipment refers to common workplace fixtures that are considered long-term assets and essential to the functioning of a company. Typically including high cost electronic items such as printers, copiers, computers and fax machines, office equipment is upgraded regularly and will see a depreciation of value over time as technology continues to evolve and the equipment becomes overused or outdated.

What is office equipment?

Office equipment are objects that are used for the operation of a company. Examples of office equipment include desks, chairs, computers, and light fixtures. Office equipment tend to be objects that a company invests on for the long-term of a company.

How do you maintain office equipment?

In order to maintain office equipment effectively position the equipment correctly, if it is a printer fix paper jams quickly and appropriately, and clean the office equipment regularly. Also have your office equipment machines serviced regularly to ensure that they do not need to be replaced in the near future.

What is the difference between office supplies and office equipment?

The main difference between office supplies and office equipment is that office supplies are a short-term asset while office equipment is a long-term asset. Office supplies are often depleted within the year. Office supplies include paper, ink, staples, and pens. Office equipment typically last longer than a year and includes printers and computer software.

Office Equipment

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Ricoh IM C4500 Color Laser Multifunctional Printer
Illustration of a male office worker using a MFP Performance Laser Printer touch screen

Performance Laser Multifunctional Printers (MFP) are essential pieces of high-end office equipment that combine a range of printing devices into a flexible standing workstation. Already merging the functions of printing, copying, faxing, and scanning into a single device, Performance MFP’s are further customized through the addition of accessory paper cabinets, feeders, finishers, and punchers.

Performance Laser MFPs vary drastically by individual customization, but a typical Performance MFP setup often has an overall width of 63.5” (161.3 cm), depth of 25.75” (65.4 cm), and height of 47” (119.4 cm).

Drawings of the front and plan views of a MFP Performance Laser Printer with dimensions for length, height, and depth
Performance Laser Multifunctional Printers (MFP) are essential pieces of high-end office equipment that combine a range of printing devices into a flexible standing workstation.

Performance Laser MFPs vary drastically by individual customization, but a typical Performance MFP setup often has an overall width of 63.5” (161.3 cm), depth of 25.75” (65.4 cm), and height of 47” (119.4 cm).

Drawings of the front and plan views of a MFP Performance Laser Printer with dimensions for length, height, and depth
Ricoh IM C4500 Color Laser Multifunctional Printer
Height:
47” | 119.4 cm
Width:
63.5” | 161.3 cm
Length:
Depth:
25.75” | 65.4 cm
Weight:
Area:
Designer
Ricoh

Drawings include:
MFP Performance Laser Printer front elevation, front (male office worker), plan

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Ricoh SP 8400DN B&W Laser Printer
Illustration of a MFP Tabletop Laser Printer on a table surface with a female office worker for scale

Tabletop Laser Multifunctional Printers (MFP) are efficient mid-range printer solutions for small to medium offices. Compressed into a tabletop form, Tabletop MFPs combine printing, copying, faxing, and scanning into a single device that can accomplish simple business tasks quickly. Similar to Performance MFPs, Tabletop MFPs can often be equipped with additional paper feeders and finishers.

Tabletop Laser MFPs have a typical width of 23” (58.4 cm), height of 28.25” (71.8 cm), and depth of 25.75” (65.4 cm).

Multiple dimensioned drawings of a MFP Tabletop Laser Printer with measurements for width, depth, and height
Tabletop Laser Multifunctional Printers (MFP) are efficient mid-range printer solutions for small to medium offices. Similar to Performance MFPs, Tabletop MFPs can often be equipped with additional paper feeders and finishers.

Tabletop Laser MFPs have a typical width of 23” (58.4 cm), height of 28.25” (71.8 cm), and depth of 25.75” (65.4 cm).

Multiple dimensioned drawings of a MFP Tabletop Laser Printer with measurements for width, depth, and height
Ricoh SP 8400DN B&W Laser Printer
Height:
28.25” | 71.8 cm
Width:
23” | 58.4 cm
Length:
Depth:
25.75” | 65.4 cm
Weight:
Area:
Designer

Drawings include:
MFP Tabletop Laser Printer front elevation, front (female office worker), side (left), side (right), plan

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