Pay attention to the 'three nos' when using inkjet printer consumables
1. Inks from different manufacturers cannot be mixed. In the process of inkjet printer design, there are strict requirements on the performance indicators of consumables. Such as viscosity, particle size, conductivity, drying time, adhesion, corrosivity, PH value, etc., should all be within a certain range, and consumables from different manufacturers cannot be universal. Therefore, printer manufacturers will inform customers that if consumables that are not approved by the company are used, the same consequences as inferior consumables will occur, and the warranty will be lost.
2. Different types of inks cannot be mixed. Different types of inkjet printer inks have different base materials, dyes and so on. Therefore, different types of inks cannot be mixed. Once mixed, different inks are prone to physical reactions to form precipitates, or chemical reactions to form precipitates. In this way, the damage to the printer is quite bad, that is to say, the ink system of the printer is basically scrapped.
Three, expired ink and new ink can not be mixed. The ink of the inkjet printer is marked with an expiration date or production date. If it exceeds the expiration date, the quality of the ink will be greatly reduced, and some inks may not even work normally. So when choosing consumables, be sure to check whether it is within the expiration date. In addition, if the print quality deteriorates during use, you should also see if it is caused by ink expiration.