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G&G gives insight into components in its cartridges

October 31, 2022

In its latest article, the company has revealed insights into the parts and components it uses inside its cartridges.

According to research from the MIT Sloan School of Management, consumers may be willing to pay up to 10% more for products from companies that provide greater transparency if they are better informed about where and how the products they purchase are being made.

G&G in this latest article, showcases its raw materials and tries to “demystify” the kinds of raw materials that are selected to make G&G Penguin Cartridges. Here is a list of what G&G said it uses:

Plastic components

The plastic components enable a toner cartridge to be shaped perfectly and let the cartridge perform within the device. 

Organic photoconductor drum

The OPC drum’s important job is to receive the image to print from a laser inside the printer and to transfer the image to paper.

G&G uses:

  • Aluminum-made OPC with triple coating
  • Coating thickness 17±0um?
  • Wear resistant & durable

Toner powder

It’s a powder mixture used in laser printers and photocopiers to form the printed text and images on paper, which is the main consumable of the cartridge.

G&G uses:

  • Polyester resin toner, extra high blackness, firm fixing, stunning print results

Magnetic roller

The magnetic roller plays an important part of carrying toner, using magnetic fields to attract the toner to the surface of the OPC.

G&G uses:

  • Innovative true black MR technology, long-lasting high blackness

Primary charge roller

Its main function is to charge the OPC to adsorb toner evenly on the drum core, and to eliminate the residual potential on the drum core.

G&G uses:

  • Rubber-made
  • Ozone reduced
  • Charging evenly without noise

For G&G inkjet cartridges the company revealed it uses the following:

Anti-clogging technology, smoother print experience

G&G ink is exclusively filtered through a four-layer micro-nano filtration process, ensuring smooth printing and greatly reducing print head clogging.

Self-developed high-end ink formula

  • Wide gamut
  • Crisp & sharp text
  • Vibrant color, true-to-life images
  • Waterproof, light resistant & non-fading

Patented bottle design, easy refilling

  • Easy refill, zero leakage
  • Patented design, stop refilling once the tank is full

The company concluded: “G&G is always committed to producing reliable and affordable first-rate consumables for its 200 million consumers in over 170 countries. G&G will continue to fulfill its social responsibility to provide manufacturing process visibility while offering the best-in-class and unexpected service for its partners and customers.”

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