Protects against alteration by changing color when exposed to agents such as bleaches, solvents, acids or bases. Provide easily recognizable signs of attempted alteration.
Protects documents that include toner-printing, these coatings bond the toner to the paper fibers. Also known as TonerFuse® II. Now nearly twice as effective as other brands. Several coatings are available to meet the needs of specific applications.
Visible only under UV light; help confirm a document’s authenticity because they can’t be photocopied or scanned.
When an attempt to photocopy or scan is made, the “VOID” will show up on the copied or scanned document. This process is effective against copying over a broad spectrum of black and white and color copiers. Reproduction and forged copies will lack the VOID feature.
Extremely small type (.010) is typically used in the signature line. It appears as a straight line to the naked eye but can be verified under magnification. When attempts are made to copy or scan, the type becomes a solid line.
The image is revealed when the document is held at a 45 degree angle. The image can’t be scanned or copied, or reproduced with digital printers.
The Rx symbol changes color and shows the word “Safe” when rubbed or heated.
Advises the recipient of the security features on the document. Allows the recipient to verify and reject it if the features do not match the listing.
Provides a clear visual indication if someone attempts to alter. If an attempt is made to alter the information by erasing it, the colored background disappears.
Rx Symbol drops out when photocopied to appear white.