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Can Compatible Ink cause Print Heads to Block

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cogation
Some years ago there were real problems caused by ‘cogation’, the deposit of dried ink on a thermistor in a print head. As a supplier of compatible cartridges we had to replace a number of print heads, mainly for the Canon BJ300 and 800 printers. We believe Canon had this problem too.

Bad ink can still cause problems. Most ink is good – but I have heard many horror stories, mostly from China. I always recommend that users go to a reputable supplier. They know which are the good Chinese manufacturers and these use good ink.

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My company was once Europe’s largest master distributor of compatible inkjet cartridges, bringing in 160,000 units every week. Now, Incartek sells a full range of cartridges for Epson and Hewlett Packard, manufactured by Ninestar (G&G Brand). Ninestar is probably China’s best resourced company in the supplies industry.

Daniel Roberts
Ink Cartridge Technologies Ltd
England

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