Do you use a HP printer and find yourself refilling or replacing ink cartridges on regular basis?
Consider fitting a continuous ink system. CISS can extend the capacity of your ink cartridges by as much 6 times and reduce your ink costs by as much as 90%. Find more CISS info here.
HP printers using # 10, 11, 13, 18 & 88 individual ink tanks are ideal for continuous ink...
HP printers with four individual ink cartridges are very easy to modify for CISS. This includes DesignJet 500, 800, 820, OfficeJet K550, K850, K5300, K5400, L7500, L7580, L7590, K8600, 9100, 9110, 9120, 9130, Business Inkjet 1000, 1100, 1200, 1700, 2000, 2230, 2280, 2300, 2500, 2600, 2800 etc. Because the ink cartridges are static (not moving with the print-heads) as in most similar printers, converting to continuous ink is super easy. Fitting a pre-filled CISS shouldn't take any longer than 5-10 minutes.
CISS for HP printers with #10, 11, 13, 18 & 88 cartridges feature always full (AFC) ink chips and the HP ink monitor levels always read full. Ink volume is greatly extended with CISS and colour capacity can be up to 4 times higher than with HP original cartridges.
HP OfficeJet printers using # 18 or # 88 ink tanks
Need a fast colour printer for your business or home? Want one that doesn't cost fortune to run, is easy to use and reliable as well? Considering colour laser printer? WHY? HP OfficeJet inkjet printers can be faster than most laser printers and much cheaper to buy. Set up with quality CISS and ink, running (ink) costs can be as much as 90% less than that of laser printers.
HP Photosmart printers using # 564 ink cartridges
Photosmart C5380, C6380, 209A, 309A, Premium etc printers are fairly easy to set-up for CISS. All HP 564 CIS are now supplied fully assembled / pre-filled and with purpose made CISS cartridges (not genuine). This makes the conversion much easier - and cheaper. The # 564 CISS cartridges don't come with chips, so you must transfer chips from your existing original cartridges. HP Chips are self adhesive - easy to swap over.
Not all HP printers can be converted to continuous ink!
Only certain HP models with individual cartridges (ink tanks) are suitable for CISS. Printers using one black and one colour cartridge are generally not practical or economical to CISS. Print-heads on these cartridges are "disposable" and not designed to last. This means the cartridges will need replacing regularly anyway, so the CISS advantage is mainly lost. Find refill kits for HP printers here.
HP Photosmart printers using # 02 cartridges are not suitable for CISS either, due to their ink system design. They're are easy enough to CISS, but don't work properly. Find refillable 02 cartridges here.
Most late HP printers/chips are too unreliable with CISS. For this reason, InkBank no longer supplies CISS kits (for new models). If you need more info or alternative solution for your printer, please contact us.100% satisfaction guarantee