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We are presently testing the NEW DYE INK from

Made in Korea

MOORIM ink has a ISO 14001 and  ISO 9001

We have just released the Moorim Dye ink ( 500ml for each colour)

head inkjet cleaner for Epson and Canon

                               bulk Dye ink for Epson Printer
(500 ml, 1liter 2.5 litre, 5 litre, 20 litre...)


Moorim Chemtech is the digital printing solutions provider which has been founded to contribute to printing industry and society.

The technology of ink dispersion developed independently and Know-how of many years have fully satisfied the demand of the rapidly changing digital market and our
technology is being acknowledged by foreign business partner by our rapid development of new products and high quality of products based on R&D personnel.

For the future Moorim Chemtech promises to reborn as a enterprise which customers rely on, makes efforts endlessly and considers environment by the differentiated technology and utilizing synergy effects of MT enterprises which provide printing paper.


Dye ink and Pigment ink for Epson/Canon/HP/Brother/Lexmark
Quality Dye inks For Epson
Quality Pigment inks For Epson
Quality inks For Canon
Quality inks For HP
Quality inks For Brother

What is good and the Advantage with our inks?

 Diferences between Dye Ink and Pigment Ink explained:

Dye Based Inks

Dyes are water soluble (dissolves in water) and are know for easily obtaining saturated, brilliant colors due to its small molecule size, 1.5-4 nanometers
(1 nanometer=1/1000 of a micrometer, 1 micrometer=1/1000 of a millimeter). This small particle size refracts or scatters very little light providing a large color gamut as well as allowing the dye to "seep" into most media. This "seeping" enables dye based inks to be used on media without the inkjet receptor top coat (a coating applied to media by the manufacturer before reaching the customer) necessary for pigmented ink adhesion.

Unfortunately, the same characteristic that provides for these advantages is also the source of its poor lightfastness and instability in many gas enviornments. A ph neutral media is recommended for use with dye based inks because of their tendency to oxidize in an unbalance ph environment, directly affecting dye giclee ink's longevity. Dyes also have poor water and humidity fastness due to their water soluble nature. When printing on canvas with dye inks use of a top coat, like Bulldog Ultra, is recommended for water proofing.

Pigment Based Inks

The defining characteristic that differentiates dye and pigment based giclee inks is the complexity and size of their ink particles. The dye "particle" is made up of one molecule while the pigment particle is made up of numerous molecules bonded together by extremely stable chemical bonds, creating a significantly larger particle measured to be .05-.20 micrometers. When comparing surface area and volume of a partice, the pigment's relatively small surface accounts for its resistance to photofading agents and chemical attack. Translated into english this means pigment inks have a better lightfastness and are less sensitive to humidity and environmental gases. Because pigments are water insoluble they are carefully displaced throughout the carrier most commonly by micro encapsulation, which encases each particle in resin. Dye based inks are water soluble and can become mobile in a high humidity environment, while pigment inks are water insoluble and immune to the adverse effects humidity can cause to dye based prints.

Again the same attribute that makes pigmented inks so stable is also the characteristic that inhibits it in certain areas. Its larger particle size causes more light to be scattered resulting in a smaller gamut making some colors look muted or dull. This is most noticeable when trying to achieve rich reds. However this can be overcome with careful output, media and profile combinations. Pigment inks are also more susceptible to metamerism, which means the shifting of color under different lighting. As pigments inks continue to evolve this issue is becoming less and less noticeable. Due to the large particle size of pigmented inks they cannot simply "seep" into medias and require something to "attach" to, a inkjet receptor top coat, which, to the end user translates to higher media cost. When printing on canvas with pigment inks, use of a top coat, like Bulldog Ultra, is recommended for water proofing.

For Epson ( Piezoelectric. the inks are not changed by chemistry)

For Canon , Lexmark , & HP (Thermal . Hot inks jet out in 300 degree, will be change by chemistry)

HP, CANON, BROTHER, LEXMARK use different software drivers to adjust ink colors, so different brands inks (HP, CANON, BROTHER) can not be replaced to use!



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