Epson T804B00 UltraChrome HDX Green Ink Cartridge (700ml)

BH #EPUCHDXI700G • MFR #T804B00
Epson T804B00 UltraChrome HDX Green Ink Cartridge (700ml)
Key Features
  • For SureColor P9000 and P7000 Standard and Commercial Edition Printers
Make sure your printer doesn't run dry during an important job with this 700ml T804B00 UltraChrome HDX Green 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 T804B Overview

Make sure your printer doesn't run dry during an important job with this 700ml T804B00 UltraChrome HDX Green 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 P7000 Standard Edition 24" Large-Format Inkjet Printer
SureColor P7000 Commercial Edition 24" Large-Format Inkjet Printer
SureColor P9000 Standard Edition 44" Large-Format Inkjet Printer
SureColor P9000 Commercial Edition 44" Large-Format Inkjet Printer
UPC: 010343917576

Epson T804B Specs

Printer TypeLarge Format Inkjet Printers
Container TypeInkjet Cartridge
ColorGreen
Ink TypePigment-Based Color
Volume700 mL 
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.675 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)15.85 x 5.9 x 2.35"
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does this ink expire?
Asked by: Ryan
Most ink packaging is dated, but a good rule of thumb that we propose is up to 2 years when stored in a cool, dry, and dark environment
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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What is the approximate number of feet that this will print? (Assuming light imagery and mostly large text)
Asked by: Anonymous
If I remember what my dealer told me (I am pretty certain I do have this correct) he said rough cost per print is about 26 cents/square foot. Note that this is overall cost, not just the one ink cartridge. That would be for average photo prints, but of course can vary greatly depending on the photo. For the use you describe I would expect a bit lower cost per sq foot. I know this cartridge is far cheaper per print than the smaller cartridges. Short answer: a lot :-).
Answered by: Andrew P.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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