Canon 9218B001 (PGI-1500 BK) Ink cartridge black, 400 pages, 12ml

Canon 9218B001 (PGI-1500 BK) Ink cartridge black, 400 pages, 12ml

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SKU: 9218B001


This Dual Resistant High Density (DRHD) pigment 12.4ml black ink is used for printing high quality business documents on plain paper and ensures crisp, sharply defined fonts for perfect text.

The Dual Resistance High Density ink used in MAXIFY printers is a newly developed pigment ink formulation optimised specifically for business printing. The combination of DRHD inks and Canon’s FINE technology deliver professional quality colour document printing with productive speeds to small and home offices.

High density
The high density DRHD pigment inks ensure printed text is clear, sharp and legible while graphs are reproduced in vivid and dense colours

Friction resistant
DRHD inks have outstanding fastness - so they won’t fade over time and are friction resistant too making them perfect for high quality business documents

Marker resistant
Fresh from the printer with no smudges, the DRHD inks have improved water resistance which helps prints resist bleeding when highlighted with a marker

Compatible Printers: Canon Maxify MB 2350, Canon Maxify MB 2155, Canon Maxify MB 2050, Canon Maxify MB 2700 Series, Canon Maxify MB 2150, Canon Maxify MB 2755, Canon Maxify MB 2100 Series, Canon Maxify MB 2300 Series, Canon Maxify MB 2000 Series, Canon Maxify MB 2750

Technical details
Printing coloursBlack
Ink typePigment-based ink
Black ink cartridges quantity1
Black ink volume12.4 ml
Brand compatibilityCanon
Printing coloursBlack
CompatibilityMAXIFY MB2350

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