Tamper evident security tapes and self-adhesive security labels are important tools to guard against the threats of counterfeiting, diversion and tampering of your branded goods, which is a key roll in brand protection.
Tampertech can incorporate a wide range of secure technologies including holograms, “hidden” UV inks, variable data and secure print features. These additives deter counterfeiters, which helps to authenticate products to consumers as well as protect the company’s brand.
A tamper evident seal can be applied across the closure of a carton, lid of a bottle, or seal a container. Tamper evident tape can be used around shrink wrapped pallets and packaging boxes.
By customising your tamper evident solution you can incorporate specific corporate messages adding to your brand value whilst increasing your brand protection.
An inexpensive, simple to apply, security solution to secure your products against theft, tampering and diversion. Our tamper evident tapes and labels can be overt and visible to the human eye, or covert and only visible using special equipment. Offering an instant, additional layer of physical evidence to raise awareness and security.
Tamper evident tapes and labels can support brand building through quality association and specific product messages hidden until revealed including barcodes, QR codes and alpha numeric options too.
With their technically advanced and variable functionality, security labels and tamper evident tapes are used to protect high value goods or items that are easily counterfeited. These include pharmaceuticals, medical devices, electronics and other consumer goods.
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Other options you can consider for added performance:
Irreversible thermo chromic inks, photo chromic inks, glow in the dark inks, DNA inks, bar coding, QR codes, sequential numbering (both sub surface and surface), high temperature or low temperature adhesives, holograms, metallic foils, security die cuts, customer specific text in the voiding and surface messages…