1. Hot Stamped Hologram
Highly secure silver/gold hologram with both visible and hidden features. Few microns of foil depth is bonded into the paper or label to prevent removal or transferring.
2. Black to Red Ultra-Violet Ink
The logo and/or text will change from black to red color whenever viewed under a UV light source.
3. Guilloche Design
An intricate design printed on bank notes, currency or certificates, etc., to protect against forged copies.
4. Heat Sensitive Ink
The clearly visible text/image will disappear when rubbed on with finger. Commonly used on bank cheques.
5. Security Paper with UV Fibbers
This watermark is not printed but is embedded in the paper fibber making it very difficult to replicate. Randomly placed invisible UV fibbers allow easy identification of authentic ticket or voucher paper.
6. Invisible UV Ink (Blue, Green, Red, Yellow)
The text will only be visible when it is viewed under the UV light.
These low security coloured foils are commonly used on certificates for aesthetics. When hot stamped, these foils cannot be removed or transferred.
8. Embossed Logo
Embossed logo and text on any documents or labels.
9. QR Code Encrypted /Standard
Machine-readable code consisting of an array of black and white squares, typically used for storing URLs or other information for reading by a smartphone app. Encrypted QR Codes require special software to decode information stored inside.
10. Security Serial & PIN Numbering
Alpha numeric serial and PIN numbering using various styles and patterns that makes it hard to duplicate at mass level.
Water Sensitive Ink
The faded text/image will be clearly visible when a drop of water is applied and fades back to its original faded state when dry.
This patented 3D micro technology is 0.0045µm² (Laser etched) in size, can be embedded onto paper, labels, metal & plastic surfaces for high security applications.
Highly secure hidden security feature, a minute font size that can only be viewed under a magnifying glass.
Security Paper Types
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