Colour Matching

Custom colour inks supplied for customer needs. 

Ink Development

Tailor ink solutions to fulfil customer requirements. 

Quality Control

Ordinary quality testing before ink dispatch. 

PERFECTOS® services include Colour Matching, Ink Development and Quality Control.

Colour Matching

A special match service can be supplied against prints, wet ink samples or to a PANTONE® references.

A sample of the substrate to be printed with the number and other relevant data should be attached to orders. Matching charge for custom colours will be applied for 1 kg.

PERFECTOS® offers PANTONE® Matching formulae with free of charge using our ink formulation database. Please download from here and/or ask for more formulae from us.

PANTONE® is the property of Pantone, Inc.

Ink Development

PERFECTOS® can tailor solutions to unique customer needs and bring new ideas and the latest technology to market. Our development team is dedicated to creating solutions that improve productivity, creating new revenue opportunities for customers and contributing to a more sustainable future.

Quality Control

In order to get a more reliable product, a life of the product and the reputation of the company are at all important to the ink chemist, then testing quality control is important too. Our QC team looks into 4 categories for testing before ink dispatch that the batch will be selected randomly.

Testing for colour – use a human eye or spectrophotometer

Determining colour in ink is always difficult due to a very subjective aspect of an ink. Different shades and variables can affect the overall appearance of the ink.

A spectrophotometer will be used to obtain a numerical value to explain for measuring very small colour differences, for ink’s conformance to a standard, for industry specification and for communication with customer requirement.

QC team normally will use drawdown pad for checking and determining the colour difference by human eye.

Testing for viscosity – use a viscometer

Viscosity is a measure of the thickness of an ink on a press. Measuring viscosity is important because knowing how quickly and easily the ink will flow will help determine how the ink performs on the press, and at what speeds the press will be able to operate at while using a particular ink. QC team takes a number of viscosity readings. 

Testing for wash fastness – use washing machine

Wash test will be carried out at 90 degree or 40 degree for 30 minutes depending on which substrates have been printed. 

Testing for rub – use a Crockmeter

The Crockmeter provides a quick and accurate method to determine the amount of colour transferred from textile materials to other surfaces by rubbing. Both wet and dry testing can be performed. QC team will print the ink onto a substrate and then perform this test.