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Seals Expert is the export division of security seals of the ALDO SECURITY. Our company operates in Europe and is rapidly expanding its operations worldwide. Thanks to working with highly qualified specialists, developing cutting-edge proprietary technology and responding promptly and flexibly to customer requests, the company develops partnerships on a growing scale worldwide.
Why should you choose Seals Expert
- 21 years of experience in the security seals market;
- A wide range of security seals: metallic seals, plastic seals, cable seals, container seals, meter seals, water meter seals, gas meter seals, electricity meter seals, bank seals, security envelopes, security labels, security adhesive tape;
- Quality and diversity of offered products, warranted by ISO certificates, NSPA certificate (NATO Support and Procurement Agency), etc.;
- Fast delivery – 48H for stock products. Over 15.000.000 pieces of stock seals;
- Competitive prices for the best quality products;
- Reliable and Fast Customer support.
Security seals are mechanisms used to seal shipping containers in a way that provides tamper evidence and some level of security. Such security seals can help to detect theft or contamination, either accidental or deliberate. Security seals are commonly used to secure truck trailers, marine vessel containers, chemical drums, airline duty-free trolleys, tanks with different kind of fluids, fashion items sold online, and utility meters.
Therefore, when it is necessary to adopt security measures that can guarantee that nobody interferes with the product, opens it or manipulates it or provides tamper evidence of intrusion into sensitive spaces using security seals is the safest, easiest and cheapest solution.
Security seals are not designed to solve all security problems.
The effectiveness of seals is strongly dependent on the proper protocols for using them. These protocols are the official and unofficial procedures used for seal procurement, storage, record keeping, installation, inspection, removal, disposal, reporting, interpreting findings, and training. With a good protocol a modest seal can provide excellent security. On the other hand a sophisticated seal used poorly may be worse than useless if naively trusted.
High Security Seals ISO17712
A High Security Seal is constructed and manufactured of material such as metal or metal cable with the intent to delay intrusion and have been designed to conform with world customs and ISO security seal standards. The International Standards Organization (ISO) published the new version of ISO 17712 on 15 May 2013. The major changes in the new edition concern Clause 6, Evidence of Tampering. Changes were required due to the demonstrated impracticality of tamper related tests in ISO 17712:2010 edition.
Bolt seals are used to secure shipping containers, trucks, and trailers. A bolt seal used for securing containers must conform to the ISO 17712 high security seal in order to be accepted by customs all around the world in ocean shipping. The C-TPAT (Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism) specifies ISO 17712 compliant security seals to be used. Bolt seals are generally closed by hand (by pushing the seal body and head together) and opened with the use of bolt cutters. This gives a strong and secure seal for transportation while remaining convenient for staff in ports and warehouses.
Cable seals allow for more versatile application because they have variable length of the locking mechanism limited only by the metallic cable length. Typical applications are security sealing trucks and railway cars transporting valuable commodities. An internal locking mechanism prevents the cable from being retracted. In this regard most cable seals are classified as security or high security level as to ISO 17712.
All ISO 17712 compliant seals are numbered on both seal body and head to prevent substitution of either part. This is usually done using laser marking which cannot be rubbed off because of your own design controlled laser “burned” seal made material.
Ball seals are commonly used for securing trucks along the route by seeing if it was tampering with. They consist of a metal strip with a punched hole, attached to a housing section. When the strip is bent and threaded through the hole, a ball inside the housing section locks it in place. Most ball type seals belong only to the indicative level as to ISO 17712.
Plastic security seals are manufactured normally in two styles: with adjustable length and with fixed length.
Variable length plastic seals, named also pull tight plastic seals, can fit many applications from securing the neck of a bag or mail sack to sealing chemical drums, first aid kits, fire extinguishers, doors control acces, fuel cars tanks, water tanks, fashion items sold online, and cargo trucks. If you have to control access on however your need is the tamper evident action on a security sealed item, variable lenght plastic seals will offer you the right and priceless solution. Pull tight security seals have an adjustable length, much like a cable seal, but offer a much higher security level and an audit trail because of the sequential numbering and the ability on some seals to be barcoded and have a company name and logo printed or laser etched on.
Fixed-length seals tend to be more tamper resistant than variable length as there are no sliding parts, they simply ‘click‘ into place to lock, which can make them easier to fit than variable length seals. Most fixed length seals can also be branded and numbered for extra security. A fixed length seal is often the choice of single use solution of security for transport applications.
Padlock seals are usually supplied as a completely plastic seal and shaped as a standard padlock would be. Technically they can be classed as a fixed length seal. They feature the same types of tamper-evident protection as variable length and fixed length have available – numbering, barcoding, and branding – but fit some different applications. The most common use for these seals is for airline duty-free trolleys. One reason for this is that plastic padlocks can be placed over a locking part as any metal padlock would be to secure, but do not require keys to open, they simply break off at their built in break point using hands or a small pair of wire cutters. They are secure due to the audit trail available as a result of the sequential numbering and logo laser printed on.
Security seals for meters devices
Meter seals are used with electric meters or gas meters or water meters and usually are molded in polycarbonate. The transparent body of the security seal means that the locking mechanism is visible and can provide clear indication of tampering with. Meter seals can withstand exposure to sunlight and extreme weather and a wide range of temperatures. Designed for only a single use they are destroyed when removed. Some meter seals contain components which glow under ultraviolet light allowing the seal to be easily located in darkness. Meter security seals are client personalized with company logo, serial number, and barcodes laser printed on them without the possibility that the print will be erased accidentally or by theft access purpose.
Special security tapes and security labels have high bond-strength adhesives in combination with backing that are designed to fracture or delaminate under designated conditions to indicate premature attempts at opening. Custom printing, holograms, and security printing often assist in deterring and indicating tampering.
Cash in Transit security seals
Bank seals – Sealing elements and security products used in areas requiring a high degree of security. It is used mainly in banking, cash in transit (CIT), and courier delivery. You get a security sealing solution to provide an audit trail of seal scans controlling the steps along the route, securing ATM cassettes or evidence tampering with protection of the security bags, security envelopes, and security boxes.