For fast and dazzling results with original HP Vivera inks, the HP DesignJet Z5200 delivers every time whether you're producing fine art prints, maps or photo images. We supply the full inkset of eight pigment inks in either 130ml to cut your upfront costs per cartridge, or 300ml for increased productivity and lower costs per print. Capable of printing 445 square feet an hour, the HP DesignJet Z5200 is designed to create high impact prints that will last for 200 years.
Exceptional print quality
The eight inks used in the inkset for the HP DesignJet Z5200 include a matte black and photo black plus a light grey designed to deliver stunning black and white prints with true neutral greys and rich and dramatic blacks. Using HP Professional Pantone colour emulation, you'll experience vibrant and lifelike colours with a wide colour gamut and unmatchable colour consistency and reliability. The result? The ability to create exceptional prints on a wide variety of media.
A professional, creative solution
Carefully formulated Vivera inks are designed with professional applications in mind. Using exclusive HP ink dispersion technology, printing is hassle-free as free-flowing inks transfer smoothly to the page without clogging the printhead. Add durability, the ability to be used across a huge range of different media and weather fastness and you have inks that can truly free your creativity.
Why invest in HP inks?
Genuine HP Vivera inks are convenient and consistent, producing 50% more prints than refilled cartridges. Although non-genuine inks may seem attractively priced, there are hidden costs. Poor print quality results in costly reprints and print waste, while inferior quality inks can leak and clog your printer. Don't waste time and money on lost productivity, invest in genuine HP ink cartridges.
HP manufacture 75% of their ink cartridges from closed-loop recycled plastic. You can recycle end of life cartridges through the HP 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.