Pantone® Plastics

Plastic Standard Chips-Colour Collection PSC-PS1755


The Pantone Plastic Standard Chips Colour Collection, PSC-PS1755 is a full set of the 1,755 Pantone Plus Series spot colour as Plastic Standard Chips, which come as three rotating carousel towers, each tray holds 100 chips with the exception of the last tray which has 55 chips.

As a bonus the paper Formula Guide with the spot colour formulations is also included.

The chips are suitable for colour matching toys, consumer electronics, home furnishing, appliances, accessories and much more.

Replacement Plastic Standard Chips are available to purchase individually at a cost of £16.00 each from VeriVide so if you only require a few colours in this format please email pantone@verivide.com with the colour numbers required and we will contact you to complete the purchase. 

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  • Collection of Pantone Standard Chips in all graphic spot colours with bonus Formula Guide
  • Showcased in three towers of chips, each consisting of six separable trays of Plastic chips
  • Each tower has a rotating base for easy colour selection
  • Each Chip made of Polypropylene, the most referenced plastic material
  • Each Chip is approximately 7.5 cm x 5 cm, large enough for visual colour matching and to be measured by a spectrophotometer
  • Two tiers of thickness, 1mm and 2mm, allows for accurate colour visualisation
  • Each chip is double-sided with gloss and matte finishes for accurate colour visualisation
  • Key ring hole in top right corner to allow chips to be organised into palettes
  • Colours arranged chromatically, with index providing the chromatic & numeric location of each colour
  • Each plastic chip is referenced by a PMS number, identical to the colour number in the formula guide
  • Each chip includes corresponding pigment formulations for manufacturing accuracy
  • Use for any product made of coloured plastic, including beauty, food & beverage, consumer electronics, fashion accessories, hard home, toys, medical devices and more
  • Use for palette development, colour communication, and production of plastic products when matching to spot colour printed materials is critical

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