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Pantone colour guides

Many varied editions of the colour guides are available for the determination of special colours from PANTONE®.

To enable better communication and the highest level of security, unified guides are used, on the basis of which the colour shades for new formulations and standard formulations will be determined.

The following colour guides are available.

PANTONE® FORMULA GUIDE coated, uncoated 4th Edition, 4th Printing
For determination of special colours from PANTONE® 100 -7547

PANTONE® PLUS SERIES FORMULA GUIDE coated, uncoated 1th Edition, 1th Printing
For determination of special colours from PANTONE® 7548-7771

PANTONE® GOE™ GUIDE coated, uncoated First Printing
For determination of special colours from PANTONE® 1-1-1 C – 165-2-7 C

PANTONE® METALLIC FORMULA GUIDE, coated 3rd Edition
For determination of special colours from PANTONE® 8001-8965

PANTONE® PLUS SERIES PREMIUM METALLICS, coated 1th Edition, 1th Printing
Zur Abstimmung der Sonderfarben von PANTONE® 10101-10399

PANTONE® PLUS SERIES PASTELS & NEONS coated, uncoated 1th Edition, 1th Printing
For determination of special colours from PANTONE® 9020-9603

PANTONE® PLUS SERIES FORMULA GUIDE coated, uncoated
For determination of special colours from PANTONE® 2001-2336

Advice and support

The colour guides should be closed after each use, and kept protected from light. Regarding metallic colour guides, it should be kept in mind that one should not touch the colour fields with one's fingers, because the sweat droplets on your fingers can lead to oxidation of the colours.

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.