It me again, Dr Malt.
The problem is that good old BestMalz is not your Best friend
and they are not sharing in there analyses the DP levels. For what reason, I do not know. If they want to sell malt, they should give you a complete analyses, not selected bits of information. What you are looking at in there analyses is the Kolbach Index not the Windisch-Kolbach units for DP. The EBC Kolbach Index is a measure of the ratio of total protein to soluble protein or in domestic malt, the S/T. I guess you are suppose to assume their malt has sufficient DP and alpha-amylase levels for conversion, which they should have with an EBC color of 2.8 (translates to a 1.0 -1.1 L).
An S/T of 38 is on the low side as most base malts (USA) run 40 - 44. Thus, I would suspect their enzyme levels in their Pilsen malt is more like 115 -130 versus domestic 2 row of 130 - 160. This should be sufficient DP for your brew.
I hope this helps.