PANTONE MATCHING SHADE COLOUR - Perfect Colourants & Plastics Pvt. Ltd.

PANTONE MATCHING SHADE COLOUR

Colour Light Fastness Heat Stability Migration Food Grade
PMS Ivory - 1205-C 6 4 5 No
Pms Ivory - 7506-C 6 4 5 No
PMS Yellow - 102-C 5-6 4 5 No
PMS Yellow - 106-C 6 4 5 No
PMS Yellow - 127-C 6 4 5 No
Pms Yellow - 130-C 6 4 5 No
PMS Yellow - 151-C 6 4 5 No
PMS Yellow - 3945-C 5-6 4 4 No
PMS Orange - 144-C 6 4 5 No
PMS Orange - 173-C 5-6 4 4 Yes
PMS Orange - 716-C 5-6 4 5 No
PMS Orange - 1505-C 5-6 4 5 No
PMS Orange - 1645-C 5-6 4 5 Yes
PMS Orange - 1665-C 5-6 4 5 Yes
PMS Pink - 198-C 6 4 5 Yes
PMS Pink - 207-C 5-6 4 5 Yes
PMS Pink - 212-C 5-6 4 5 Yes
PMS Pink - 219-C 5 4 4 Yes
PMS Red - 032-C 5 4 4 Yes
PMS Red - 186-C 5 4 4 Yes
PMS Red - 192-C 5-6 4 4 No
PMS Red - 506-C 5 4 4 Yes
PMS Red - 1805-C 5-6 4 4 No
PMS Purple - 519-C 5 4 4 No
PMS Purple - 2715-C 6 5 5 Yes
PMS Beige - 482-C 6 5 4 No
PMS Brown - 7522-C 6 5 4 No
PMS Grey - 5-C 8 5 5 No
PMS Grey - 429-C 6 5 4 No
PMS Blue - 288C 7 5 5 Yes
PMS Blue - 293-C 7 5 5 Yes
PMS Blue - 298-C 7 5 5 Yes
PMS Blue - 7463-C 7 5 5 No
PMS Green - 356-C 7 5 5 Yes
PMS Green - 361-C 7 5 5 Yes
PMS Green - 375-C 7 5 5 Yes
PMS Green - 3298-C 7 5 5 Yes
Pms Green - 7719-C 5-6 5 4 Yes

NOTE: FILM THICKNESS : 50 MICRON | MB DOSAGE : 5%

Light Fastness

The light fastness of masterbatch is dependent on type of pigments used. The light fastness of the pigments are based on exposure in QUV accelerated weathering tester & assessed on blue wool scale of 1 to 8.

Heat Stability

Heat stability of pigment is determined by processing temperature at which the shade is retained within specific limit i.e. up to less than equal to 1 for exposure of 5 minutes based on average processing temp. of 200℃ to 280℃. Heat stability is rated on scale of 1 to 5.

Migration

The light fastness of masterbatch is dependent on type of pigments used. The light fastness of the pigments are based on exposure in QUV accelerated weathering tester & assessed on blue wool scale of 1 to 8.

Food Grade

The light fastness of masterbatch is dependent on type of pigments used. The light fastness of the pigments are based on exposure in QUV accelerated weathering tester & assessed on blue wool scale of 1 to 8.

Looking for all colours

Get A Free Quote / Need A Help ?

Go To Top