Cast, polymeric and monomeric films from Avery Graphics™ have been tested on the new HP Designjet L65500 Printer using HP Latex Inks. The positive test results prove the excellent compatibility of Avery Graphics™ films, providing assurance that pairing your favourite films with HP’s environmentally friendly printer is a sound investment.
Despite today’s economic challenges, the drive for green solutions is stronger than ever before. That’s why many of your customers prefer to do business with partners that consider the environment. This means that you in turn need to impose the same demands on your suppliers. Avery Graphics™ and HP have geared their product strategies to these demands.
HP’s brand new Designjet L65500 Printer is a prime example of its green strategy. The market leader’s large-format signage printer is a technological masterpiece combining high quality and productivity with eco-friendly materials such as zero-HAPs,* water-based HP Latex Inks and recyclable ink cartridge cardboard containers.
Naturally, you don’t want the risk of incompatibility between this new printer and the films you use.
This is exactly where the relationship between Avery Graphics™ and HP proves its worth. Avery Graphics™, as an HP Registered Latex Developer, has formally participated in a rigorous testing program, demonstrating excellent results on cast, polymeric and monomeric films from Avery Graphics™. These positive results assure you of a sound investment combining the benefits of HP’s environmentally friendly printer with Avery Graphics™, durable films.
If you have any questions, please contact your local Avery Graphics™ distributor.
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* Based on testing conducted in November 11, 2008 that found no detectable Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs) per U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Method 311. HAPs are air pollutants which are not covered by ambient air quality standards but which, as defined in the Clean Air Act, may present a threat of adverse human health effects or adverse environmental effects. Such pollutants include asbestos, beryllium, mercury, benzene, coke oven emissions, radionuclides, and vinyl chloride.