P.D.I. offers the best of both worlds – the qualities of an oil base and a rubber base ink in the same can. P.D.I. stands for Premium Duplicator Ink. This oil base series is extremely versatile and works well on many presses, including those with integrated water dampening systems. P.D.I. sets and dries moderately hard on a wide variety of coated and uncoated stocks. P.D.I. will stay open on the press overnight under most normal conditions and will not skin in a closed container for 1 to 2 weeks and will not skin in an opened can for several days. P.D.I. is stocked in all Pantone Base colors; other shades and special color matches are available upon request.
PDI (Premium Duplicator Ink) series features new ink formulation technology that enables Braden Sutphin to deliver the qualities of an oil- and rubber-base ink in the same can. This oil-base series performs well on many presses, including those with integrated water dampening systems. PDI sets and dries moderately hard on a wide variety of stocks.
Product features and benefits
- PDI is extremely versatile and can be used with numerous printing plates, requiring only one ink for many applications.
- Ink series is oil based and performs well on many presses, including those with integrated water dampening systems.
- PDI effectively sets and dries on numerous coated and uncoated bond stocks.
- Ink series will stay open on the press overnight under normal conditions, and it will not skin in a closed container for 3 to 4 weeks.
- PDI has good rub resistance and features an elastic type skin.
- Ink series is stocked
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Disclaimer: The technical information presented on our data sheets is correct to the best of our knowledge. Due to variations in substrates and other variables in the printing process beyond the control of the ink maker, we recommend the product be tested before application. Final determination for the performance is the sole responsibility of the user. The data presented is not to be interpreted as a warranty or guarantee as conditions of application could affect performance.