The Panton color model, the PMS (Pantone Matching System) system is a standardized color matching system developed by the American company Pantone Inc. in 1963. Uses digital identification of image colors for printing printing with both mixed and triad inks. Reference numbered colors are printed in a special catalog. There are many catalogs of samples of Pantone colors, each of which is designed for specific printing conditions. For example, for printing on coated paper, uncoated paper, a catalog for metallized inks (bronze, silver), etc. The manufacturer insists that the “fan” should be replaced annually, because during this time the process of fading and abrasion of the image makes the colors inaccurate.