Tamper evident labels gives an additional layer of protection, to your genuine products and therefore your brand by providing physical evidence of opening by revealing a hidden message.
These labels can be used to carry a corporate message, validate a warranty, protect against counterfeiting and prove product authenticity to your customers
A tamper strip can be applied across the closure of a carton, lid of a bottle, seal of a container or tamper tape can be used around shrink wrapped pallets and packaging boxes.
Tamper Technologies provide innovative security tape and tamper evident label solutions for genuine product protection:
Perfume, Aftershave, Alcohol, DVD’s, Rechargeable Batteries, Cigarettes, Tobacco, Pharmaceuticals, Electronics, Cosmetics, Camera’s, Telephones, Computers, Chemicals, Clothing … and many more
Adding a new layer to your brand satisfaction, awareness and security. Simply protecting packaging as well as packages.
An inexpensive solution to secure your genuine products against theft and tampering.
Brand building through quality association and specific product messages hidden until revealed, including barcodes, QR codes and alpha numeric options too.
Layered brand security is now available for you; providing strong visual proof of tampering if the seal is broken, leaving a clearly visible warning message. This provides you instantly with a new layer of security adding to your genuine product protection.
- Sub-Surface printing – not many people can do that!
- Thermochromic ink systems that change colour with temperature
- Photochromic ink systems
- Metallic inks and cold foil systems
- UV Fluorescent ink systems
For all of your tamper evident products from Tampertech
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…