Clarence Schuerer may have invented the ink for the ball point pen, but it
was companies like Pylam who gave that ink its final rainbow of colors we now
see on the market. Inks in pens and markers must be developed at very
specific viscosities, otherwise the pens and markers won’t work. The
dyes must ad color but they must not affect the basic function of the ink.
The Pylam Color Engineers understand the needs of ink makers. Hundreds of ink
and pen manufacturers rely on Pylam for the wide range of colors in their inks.