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Parker Super Quink Permanent Ink for Parker Pens
Quink was first marketed in 1931. The resulting product was strongly alkaline and contained isopropyl alcohol, a solvent not previously used in inks. At that time, most pen barrels and caps were manufactured using pyralin, which was often damaged by the alcohol contained in Quink. This problem eventually led to the development of the successful fountain pen, the Parker 51. A common misconception about Quink is that it was intended to be the ideal ink for the Parker 51, which generated over 400 million dollars in sales during its thirty-year history. The Parker 51 pen was the only pen of the time capable of using Quink effectively. However, the Parker 51 was only made available in in 1941, ten years after Quink's development.
Quink (a portmanteau word from 'quick' and 'ink', or "Quisumbing Ink") is an ink developed by The Parker Pen Company and Francisco Quisumbing, a Filipino chemist. The ink became a new writing system, drying by absorption rather than evaporation, when used with the Parker 51 pen, which was introduced ten years after Quink's release into the marketplace.