The HP DesignJet Z5400 is a multi roll eprinter designed to produce long lasting and high quality prints with ease when you use original HP inks. The six-colour pigment inkset includes three shades of black for top quality black and white photo prints at 2400 x 1200 dpi resolution, while colour accuracy is stable even at speeds of 570 sq.ft/hr. These waterproof prints have exceptional durability, lasting over 200 years when you use genuine HP photo inks.
Precision formulated for a professional finish
HP take the needs of their various users very seriously, creating inks that are specially formulated for the home, office and professional print shop. If your business depends on high-quality images time after time, then you won't hesitate to invest in original HP inks for the HP DesignJet Z5400. With vibrant and lifelike colour, deep and rich blacks and true grey neutrality, you can create canvases, POS posters, backlit prints, indoor signs and maps with ease, while free-flowing inks apply colour more accurately and protect the long life print head from wear damage and clogging. Enjoy a high gloss professional finish on any media when you use genuine HP inks.
Why using HP inks matters
For consistency, quality and reliability, original HP inks are unmatchable. Original HP inks are capable of printing out 50% more copies than a non-original cartridge, while the intelligent integration of HP inks with the HP DesignJet Z5400 print system delivers reliability that third-party alternatives can't match. When you balance lower upfront prices with hidden costs like unsellable prints and reprint costs, not to mention the huge difference in print quality, you'll realise why using HP inks really matter.
HP responsible printing
HP aims to minimise the environmental impact of their printer consumables by manufacturing 75% of ink cartridges from closed loop plastic, and then filling them with water-based inks. You can recycle end of life supplies 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.