Dokumentus ink - Dunkelblau - Dark Blue - Rohrer & Klingner
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Dokumentus ink - Dunkelblau - Dark Blue - Rohrer & Klingner

Dokumentus is the world’s first fountain pen ink conforming to the resistance requirements of DIN ISO 12757-2. It has been tested by the „Papiertechnische Stiftung Heidenau“ (Paper Technology Foundation in Heidenau), an independent standards body which has certified that this ink can be used by registrars for official documents.

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Dokumentus is the world’s first fountain pen ink conforming to the resistance requirements of DIN ISO 12757-2. It has been tested by the „Papiertechnische Stiftung Heidenau“ (Paper Technology Foundation in Heidenau), an independent standards body which has certified that this ink can be used by registrars for official documents.

New technology and high quality raw materials used to formulate this new pH-adjusted ink guarantees permanent and archival writing. Comfort of writing with a fountain pen was the main focus of this new product development. Do make sure to replace the cap on your fountain pen after use to prevent blockages in the nib. Beyond this no special care is needed!

50ml

41 400 050
3 Items
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Dominant color
Blue
Shimmer
NO
Sheen
NO
Shading
Light
Iron gall
NO
Water resistant
YES
Capacity
50 ml
From
Germany
Collection
dokumentus
Rohrer & Klingner

In 1892, lithographer Adolf Johann Rohrer (1850-1918) began production of special graphic preparations in the city of Leipzig. His son Johann Adolf Rohrer jr.,1980-1953 - like his father a lithographer by training - took over and founded in 1907, with his partner Arthur Klingner Felix, the company that until today bears the name "Rohrer Klingner Leipzig Co".

After World War II, Johann Rohrer (1916-1991), who returned from the war, joined the company. Thanks to his artistic instincts and his knowledge of chemistry, he was able to breathe new life into the factory. John Rohrer retired in 1981 and the company was under the leadership of his daughter Veronica Rohrer-Adamy, his son-in-law Hubert Adamy and their sons Thomas Adamy, who currently co-lead the company.

This artisanal production site in Leipzig was still usable until 1982. Subsequently, the company moved its premises to Zella-Mehlis located in the Thuringian forest.

After 1989, the company managed to adapt to new economic circumstances by adopting a new marketing strategy This is how the brand Rohrer & Klingner gained its reputation in Germany as in several other foreign countries. Today it is the 5th generation of employees that maintains our long tradition (since 1892) in the manufacture of inks and articles of lithography and engraving.

The products are made manually according to proven recipes, in addition to the careful care in the treatment of natural binders with appropriate dyes constitute a safe guarantee of all end products. The raw materials and additives are extracted using classical and remarkably soft processes. Solvents and special cleaning methods provide better and consistent quality over time. In addition, by focusing on traditional recipes and production methods, it is still possible to use a large number of renewable resources.