HP LX610 3-liter Black Latex Ink Cartridge
Produce vivid images on a broad range of media
Use HP Latex Inks designed for high productivity
Print with ease—and with the environment in mind

[1]For best results, print textile applications on fabric that does not stretch. Performance may vary depending on media. Please consult your media supplier for compatibility details.

[2]HP image permanence and scratch, smudge, and water resistance estimates by HP Image Permanence Lab on a range of media including HP printing materials. See http://www.hp.com/go/supplies/printpermanence.

[3]Interior in-window display ratings by HP Image Permanence Lab on a range of media including HP printing materials. See http://www.hp.com/go/supplies/printpermanence.

[4]HP Large-format Media take-back program availability varies. Some recyclable HP papers can be recycled through commonly available recycling programs. Recycling programs may not exist in your area. See http://www.hp.com/recycle for details.

[5]Compatibility with HP Scitex LX600 and LX800, and HP Designjet L65500 Printers, requires service installation of the HP Scitex LX610 Inks Upgrade Kit.

[6]Some substrates may have inherent odor.

[7]HP PVC-free Wall Paper printed with HP Latex Inks is GREENGUARD Children & Schools Certified℠. See http://www.greenguard.org.

[8]HP PVC-free Wall Paper printed with HP Latex Inks meets AgBB criteria for health-related evaluation of VOC emissions of indoor building products. See http://www.umweltbundesamt.de/produkte-e/bauprodukte/agbb.htm.

[9]The inks were tested for Hazardous Air Pollutants per U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Method 311 (testing conducted in 2010) and none were detected. 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.

[10]HP water-based Latex Inks are not classified as flammable or combustible liquids under the USDOT or international transportation regulations. These materials have been tested per the Pensky-Martins Closed Cup method and the flash point is greater than 110°C.

[11]Special ventilation is not required to meet US OSHA requirements on occupational exposure to VOCs from HP Latex Inks. Special ventilation equipment installation is at the discretion of the customer—no specific HP recommendation is intended. Customers should consult state and local requirements and regulations.