Ink Filtration

Before being filled into cartridges, ink must be combed of particulates above a certain micron size, depending on application. Printer cartridge ink must be treated to remove all particles above 10 micron. Particles above this size have been known to block the dispersion nozzles within the printer, causing a lack of quality on print and potentially damaging expensive equipment.

Smaller cartridges of ink, such as within fountain and rollerball pens require a finer touch during treatment, pushing this sector to opt for a 1 micron rated filter instead. This will provide a clearer finish to the ink when it dries as handwriting or on panelling. Our polypropylene spun bonded particle filter cartridges are a common go to amongst companies producing ink cartridges due to the simplicity and reliability they offer.

Treatment Process

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Particle Removal

Our cartridges offer outstanding absorption of sediment, dirt, sand and scale flakes to prevent filtration systems from blockage and microorganism growth.

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