Epson T824500 UltraChrome HD Light Cyan Ink Cartridge (350ml)

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Epson T824500 UltraChrome HD Light Cyan Ink Cartridge (350ml)
Key Features
  • For SureColor P9000, P8000, P7000, and P6000 Standard and Commercial Edition Printers
Make sure your printer doesn't run dry during an important job with this 350ml T824500 UltraChrome HD Light Cyan Ink Cartridge from Epson. This pigment-based ink cartridge is available as a replacement or spare for the Epson SureColor P-series large-format printers.
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Epson T8245 Overview

Make sure your printer doesn't run dry during an important job with this 350ml T824500 UltraChrome HD Light Cyan Ink Cartridge from Epson. This pigment-based ink cartridge is available as a replacement or spare for the Epson SureColor P-series large-format printers.

Compatible Printers

SureColor P6000 Standard Edition 24" Large-Format Inkjet Printer
SureColor P7000 Standard Edition 24" Large-Format Inkjet Printer
SureColor P7000 Commercial Edition 24" Large-Format Inkjet Printer
SureColor P8000 Standard Edition 44" Large-Format Inkjet Printer
SureColor P9000 Standard Edition 44" Large-Format Inkjet Printer
SureColor P9000 Commercial Edition 44" Large-Format Inkjet Printer
UPC: 010343917637

Epson T8245 Specs

Printer TypeLarge Format Inkjet Printers
Container TypeInkjet Cartridge
ColorLight Cyan
Ink TypePigment-Based Color
Volume350 mL 
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.75 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)12.5 x 5.8 x 2.4"
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