Canon 9301B001 (PGI-2500 C) Ink cartridge cyan, 700 pages, 10ml

Canon 9301B001 (PGI-2500 C) Ink cartridge cyan, 700 pages, 10ml

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Canon PGI-2500 C Ink Cartridge Cyan 9301B001 More Info

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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 5450, Canon Maxify MB 5100 Series, Canon Maxify MB 5000 Series, Canon Maxify MB 5350, Canon Maxify iB 4050, Canon Maxify MB 5455, Canon Maxify iB 4150, Canon Maxify iB 4100 Series, Canon Maxify MB 5300 Series, Canon Maxify MB 5050, Canon Maxify MB 5150, Canon Maxify MB 5155, Canon Maxify MB 5400 Series, Canon Maxify iB 4000 Series

Technical details
Printing coloursCyan
Features
TypeOriginal
Colour ink cartridges quantity1
Colour ink volume9.6 ml
Brand compatibilityCanon
Printing coloursCyan
CompatibilityMAXIFY MB5050
MAXIFY MB5150
MAXIFY MB5350
MAXIFY MB5155
MAXIFY iB4150
MAXIFY MB5455
MAXIFY iB4050
MAXIFY MB5450

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