Standard Process Inks

Premium Finish

The series Premium Finish is the today’s optimum of a high-value series regarding the quality criteria: intensity, optimal chromaticity coordinate for PSO, misting and rub resistance.

Premium Finish

The Premium Finish series is a modern, very highly pigmented allround series, designed for the widest possible field of application. This series is suited for all types of printing machines (perfecting machines as well as straight printing machines) as well as for the majority of absorbing printing substrates. It is free of mineral oil and formulated on the basis of renewable raw materials.

Due to its universality the Premium Finish series is also especially suited for large groups of companies with various production sites and different printing machines and offers by using only one type of ink best preconditions from ink side to achieve identical print results.

The Premium Finish series is characterised by:

  • excellent runability
  • very good rolling
  • excellent ink/water balance
  • high colour intensity
  • very good rub resistance
  • very good misting properties
  • suitable for IPA-free printing

Due to the low misting properties of the Premium Finish this series can also be used on fast running straight printing and perfecting machines.

As a modern ink series Premium Finish complies with all requirements of ISO-Norm 2846-1. Its intensity and dot sharpness allow the printer to meet all requirements of ISO-Norm 12647-2 on the part of colour as well as to achieve a very neutral grey-balance.



Series item no. light transp. sprit nitro alcali
Premium Finish Y 120065 5 + + + +
Premium Finish M 120066 5 + + +
Premium Finish C 120067 8 + + + +
Premium Finish K 120068 8 + + +

+ property given, − property not given

Printing Additives

Additive item no. dosage
Printing oil 071 max. 5%
Thinner 455 max. 5%
Printing jelly 348 max. 6%
Rapid drier liquid 058 max. 3%
Eppo drier viscous 2001 max. 3%
This technical instruction sheet is designed for your information and reference. It is based on and conforms to our current knowledge. However as actual application is affected by many factors over which we have no control, we are not liable for printing failures.