French Hospital Uses HP Ink To Improve Ambience

2010-01-06 08:42:30

Published on 2010-01-06 08:42:30

A hospital in France has used special HP inks to improve the environment within the building.

The Deauville Hospital has utilised HP Designjet L65500 Printer and HP Latex ink technology to create large decorative graphic pieces to adorn its walls and doors, giving patients and workers serene images of nature.

Dr Tanguy de la Bourdonnaye, director of the hospital, worked with architect Marc Jitiaux - font change and photographer Bruno Mace to create these images of local town and countryside landscapes.

The doctor said: "When Bruno presented us with the opportunity to print the graphics on the HP Designjet L65500 Printer using odourless inks, we immediately 'yes' knowing this environmentally responsible solution would meet our safety requirements.

"Our story is a good example of why it is so important to choose the right printer, even if fine art printing isn't your core business. HP Latex technology provides a key benefit for businesses looking to produce prints for public places, where odours … are a cause for concern."

By Elaine Richards

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