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PGBK

(PaGe BlacK or PiGmented BlacK) The black ink in Canon inkjet printers used for regular printed documents. The PGBK pigmented ink does not adhere well to coated stock. In contrast, the BK cartridge is used for photos. It holds dye-based black ink that is designed to last longer and retain its color longer when printed on coated photo paper.


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Used for regular document printing, the page black ink cartridge (PGBK) has twice the capacity of photo black (BK).
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