Tamper Evident Labels
At SKDirect we offer a premium range of tamper evident labels. There are various types of material to suit each application. Common feature is a warning message, or 'void message' that inevitably appears upon removal of the label. It is then impossible to replace the label without very obvious evidence of tampering.
Tamper evident Security labels are commonly used in areas where high value items and documents are in transit or stored, often unsupervised. Typical applications include mobile phone packaging, software and other media, branded items such as cosmetics, clothing and accessories, pharmaceuticals and�airline security.
Major advantage of our tamper evident labels is the simplicity with which we can customise them and add security features. We can cut to any required size and shape, print single or multi colour with branding, logos, instructions, sequential numbering and barcodes. Plain text in black or white surface prints can be done from as little as 500 labels per order. Furthermore we can add UV printing, holograms and tear-off receipts with duplicate data for reliable Evidence of Tampering.
These labels leave a partial residue behind on the surface they were applied to, in the shape of a void warning message. The voiding also shows in the label, thus offering clear and unmistakable evidence of tampering.
SK85 is a heavier release version of the SK84. It is used for example for parcels that are likely to be handled heavily during transit. SK85 is less suitable for fibrous surfaces such as plain cardboard and paper envelopes, for this use the SK84 (light release).
These security labels cleverly reveal their hidden message at any attempt of removal on the surface, and in the label itself. The SK84 is unique because it works well on fibrous surfaces such as paper envelopes and cardboard, without tearing the surface. Also suitable for CD cases and mobile phone packaging.
Truly one of a kind, after removal this material doesn't leave any trace on the surface, but clearly shows evidence of tampering in the label itself. Recommended to be used with consecutive numbering on the surface for easy identification. These labels are typically used for vehicle and aircraft access doors, re-usable items and packaging and valuable items.