POSIGRIP plastic security seals with adjustable length and pull-tight, self-locking closures provide a versatile security sealing solution suitable for various industries and applications.
The scope of application is extensive, including sealing solutions for fluid containers, secure bags, valuables transport bags, courier envelopes, online fashion item sales protection to ensure items are not worn during return testing, trucks, concrete mixers, and, in general, any need for security sealing and access control to protected objects or premises.
These plastic seals with adjustable length and closure are multi-purpose and can be used for securing open ends of mail or cash bags, chemical drums, first aid kits, or cargo transport vehicle doors, to name a few. Their adjustable length ensures a high level of security, along with a traceable record of seal movements due to sequential numbering and the ability to inscribe barcode codes, company names, or logos on some seals. Hence, the generic name “numbered series seals” or “uniquely identifiable adjustable seals.”
Security marking is accomplished through laser engraving, and the POSIGRIP seal provides ample marking space due to its construction.
The POSIGRIP plastic security seal offers users the ability to control access to objects or premises, such as warehouse entry doors, freight vehicle doors, containers, gas station pumps, offices, bank safes, cash collection bags, vending machines, cabinets, luggage, and many other objects. It can also protect food products against counterfeiting by restricting access and safeguarding against unauthorized replacement or tampering with authentic products.
In practice, whatever your security sealing needs, the POSIGRIP adjustable plastic security seal will successfully fulfill its protective role. Notably, the price-to-quality ratio of the POSIGRIP seal is unmatched.
The design of the POSIGRIP plastic security seal is in the form of a band with a wire. They consist of a generous surface for customer customization, known as a tag or flag, a highly durable metal locking mechanism, and a filament-like plastic cable. Similar to a cinch, the plastic cable forms a loop when inserted into the locking mechanism, and they cannot be separated without damaging the cable or closure mechanism, thus revealing any fraudulent manipulation attempt on the protected item.