Standard Process Inks

Supreme Protect

The Supreme Protect LT series is designed as a modern, intensive universal series for the widest possible range of applications.

Supreme Protect

The Supreme Protect LT series is designed as a modern, intensive universal series for the widest possible range of applications. Due to the novel formulation, excellent rub resistance is achieved with this series, even on critical substrates.

Supreme Protect is especially suitable for multicolor presses for perfecting at high printing speeds, as well as for straight printing presses. The fast setting allows short time windows between printing and work and turn or finishing. Due to its excellent ink-water balance, it has a very low tendency to mist even at high printing speeds. It is free of mineral oil and formulated on the basis of renewable raw materials. Due to its high rub resistance, a pre-test is recommended for further finishing

The Supreme Protect LT Series is characterised by:

  • Excellent runability
  • Very good rolling
  • Excellent ink-water balance
  • Very good slip and slide properties
  • Fast setting
  • Excellent rub resistance
  • Problem-free further processing
  • Very low misting tendency

The Supreme Protect series meets the requirements of ISO standard 2846-1. Its colour intensity and dot sharpness allow the printer to meet all requirements of ISO standard 12647-2 regarding the ink properties, as well as to achieve a very neutral grey-balance.

Properties

Fastnesses

item no. light transp. sprit nitro alcali
Supreme Protect Y 135205 5 + + + +
Supreme Protect M 135206 5 + + +
Supreme Protect C 135207 8 + + + +
Supreme Protect K 135208 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.