iSecurity Pull Tight Plastic Seals - Helping To Keep Goods In Transit Safe
January 6, 2016
Bolt Seals for Container Transportation
December 30, 2015
Supply Chain Security
December 19, 2015
Choosing the Right Kind of Plastic Security Seal
November 14, 2015
Tamper Evidence Security Seals
October 23, 2015
Security Seals Best Practices
September 13, 2014
Elements of an Effective Security Seals Program and Areas of Responsibilty
November 13, 2013
Types of Security Seals
January 8, 2013
Why use Security Seals?
June 24, 2012
Have a Look at One of Our Many Seals Products Available
December 15, 2011
Wide Range of Security Seals Available for All Applications
February 3, 2010
iSecurity Seals Team
Security Seals made of plastic material
Plastic seals are manufactured from a plastic material and are mainly used as an indicator of tampering or unauthorized entry. Mainly designed as Pull-tight seal (variable length seal), Fixed length seal or Padlock Type seal.
Security Seals made of metal
Metal band / Metal Clip seals - manufactured from a metal material and are generally used to provide barrier protection.
Bolt seals - offer the highest level of barrier protection and are manufactured in two metal parts that are designed to fit together via a locking mechanism.
Cable seals - consist of a steel cable which is fixed at one end into the locking mechanism of the seal body.
Re-usable Security Seals - consist of a main re-usable body which can be sealed with a single use seal.
Electronic Seals - are typically reusable. Generate a unique time, date and number each time the seal is closed and opened. Register and record all sealing and opening events.
Tamper Evident Labels - can be physically stuck to a surface and give the user the option of leaving a residue, disintegrating, and/or displaying an indication of attempted removal or tampering.
Choosing the right Security Seal for the job
The following factors determine the choice of the appropriate seal for a particular role:
1. What type of unit (bar trolley, container, bag, vehicle, door, tote box, ATM cassette, electricity meter etc.) is to be sealed?
2. Under what ambient temperature conditions will the seals be used?
3. How long will the security seal be fixed on the sealed unit?
4. Are you looking for an easy removable seal or a barrier seal?
5. For how long will the sealed unit be left unsupervised?
6. How valuable are contents?
7. Which type of number system is required for the application (sequential or random)?
8. Must the serial number be electronically readable? Which type of barcode?
9. What are the logistical requirements? (are various colours required?)
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