The versatile and high-speed HP DesignJet T7200 Large Format Printer is powered by a six colour inkset of genuine HP pigment based inks. We supply the full set, including grey, dark grey and matte black, making this flexible wide format printer ideal for high quality black and white photo reproduction as well as art prints, POS posters and maps, among other applications. Available in 400ml cartridges, with a high capacity 775ml matte black cartridge, these genuine HP supplies will optimise your productivity by minimising your printer downtime.
DesignJet inks for exceptional results
DesignJet inks give you the confidence of knowing that every print will have the same colour accuracy, quality and long life as every other print from your HP DesignJet T7200. You'll avoid the pitfalls of non-genuine inks like wasted unsaleable prints and costly reworking, while experiencing a wide and rich colour gamut that produces outstanding results time after time. And with each cartridge printing out 50% more prints than a third party alternative, your HP DesignJet T7200 will deliver the kind of consistency and reliability that your business relies on.
Hassle-free printing saves time and money
Using original HP inks has a number of benefits over aftermarket alternatives. For example, exclusive HP dispersion technology means that printing is problem-free thanks to free-flowing, non-clogging ink. Better yet, these specifically formulated and rigorously tested inks will actively protect your print heads from the kind of wear damage that is common when using aftermarket alternatives. There's no need for trial and error - HP inks are designed to work seamlessly with the intelligent print system in your HP DesignJet T7200 for great results first time, every time.
Printing responsibly with HP
HP is committed to no waste from landfill and manufacture over 75% of their ink cartridges from recycled plastic. It's quick and easy to return your genuine end of life consumables for recycling through HP's global Planet Partners programme.
*Page yields are declared by the manufacturer in accordance with ISO/IEC standards or occasionally estimated based on 5% per page coverage. Yields will vary greatly depending on image, area coverage, print mode and environmental conditions.