The security substrates, films and other security materials sourced by Veritech allow for a wide range of customized anti-counterfeiting & anti tampering solutions to be implemented. We offer endless possibilities in terms of materials such as void tamper films, destructible vinyl materials, de-laminate materials and many more.
All substrates sourced by us undergo rigorous quality checks, which ensures that our finished products are durable and of the highest quality. These substrates possess the ability to be printed on through a variety of printing methods and with a wide range of specialized inks, thus creating an eclectic list of applications where they may be used.
Following are some of the most common materials used for manufacturing of security holograms & labels.
Metallic Tamper Films
These PET films in various metallic colours which can be combined with different types of tamper evidence such as full release tamper, Honeycomb tamper, Void tamper (shiny or matte finish), customized tamper. The tamper evidence traces will be left on the surface of application and the label will get tampered once removed.
Coloured Tamper Films
These are PET films that can be in any base colour as required by the client. The tamper evidence can be void tamper or customized tamper and it can be in reverse also. The tamper evidence traces will be left on the surface of application and the label will get tampered once removed.
No Transfer Films
In this case, the label will get tampered with a void or customized design but no traces will be left on the surface of application but the label cannot be reused due to the tamper evidence being activated. These can be made in a variety of colours.
This is a special material which can be used for difficult surfaces where tamper evidence is critical. After application, if the label is removed, the material will break up into small pieces thereby destroying the label and preventing its re-use.
These materials offer a functionality to a label that once it is applied, if an attempt is made to remove it, the top layer of the material comes off thereby rendering the label useless.