VOID security labels to make your brand longevity

Your revenue is ultimately generated by the consumer, and keeping them safe is a priority for brand longevity. Here i think void security label which also called tamper-evident security labels maybe help .Your products are often handled many times over after being packaged, so being able to survive long journeys to placement in a retail setting or for delivery to the consumer without breaking any seals is imperative. Making it clear that a product is damaged or tampered with in the case that it didn’t survive is just as important.

VOID security labels

If you are in the following industries, i think you may need this product.

VOID security labels are most frequently used on high-value, moveable assets. Electronics commonly fall into this category, as laptops, desktops, and other electronics equipment offer a broad range of uses and are therefore more attractive to potential thieves. These items are also easily resold on online platforms, such as Ebay. While it’s not something most employers want to think about, it’s a real possibility that must be considered.

VOID security labels

Goods sold with a warranty may have security labels applied. If products are tampered with in a certain way, the damage to or removal of warranty labels proves that the warranty has been voided by an individual’s actions or treatment of the product. They can display details about the warranty supplied with a particular product or contact information for the relevant manufacturer, distributor, or servicing company. They can also detail the servicing history of an item, including servicing dates and results.

Additionally, tamper-evident labels are required for compliance with some insurance policies and regulatory agencies. For instance, vendors supplying military organizations and their contractors are required to install tamper proof labels on certain types of supplies and equipment. Insurance carriers may require this added level of security for high-value assets insured by the company, as a measure against losses that would result in an insurance claim. These labels are used in many industries and applications, such as:

  • Healthcare
  • Government
  • Education
  • Defense
  • Warehouse
Other industries, including oil and gas, manufacturing, utilities, and others, also have use for tamper-evident security labels in their office applications and for equipment that is used regularly in the course of doing business, but doesn’t require the same level of heavy-duty durability typically required for labels used in harsh environments, such as those which are regularly exposed to extreme temperatures, weather such as wind and rain, harsh chemicals and solvents, sea spray, and other harsh conditions. Our tamper-evident security labels do, however, offer good general resistance to exposure to normal conditions such as abrasion, mild acids, oil and water, and general purpose and household cleaners.

So how the VOID security label work on your products?

VOID security labels leave behind a message (usually the word “VOID”) on the label itself, the previously labelled item, or both. This method involves adding an extra layer to the label construction. There are three types of VOID security labels.

Total Transfer: the extra layer carries a printed void message. It separates from the face material (top layer) to leave the extra layer (and the void message) on the previously labelled item.

VOID security labels

Non-Transfer: the extra layer carries a printed void message. It remains attached to the face material. The absence of the label and the void message on the back of the label serves as proof of tampering.

VOID security labels

Partial Transfer: the extra layer is connected to the face material using a pattern release coating OR is connected to a pattern release adhesive. The extra layer divides in two – half remaining on the back of the face material and half on the adhesive. This leaves the void message on the reverse of the label itself and on the previously labelled item.

VOID security labels

The most common type of “VOID” label, however, is the partial transfer; these labels use “pattern coating” to create the “VOID” message on both the label itself and the item that was labelled. Some use a pattern release coating between the face material and an extra layer (of special coating) or a pattern release adhesive; in either case, when a label is removed the bottom layer will be split between the surface of the item and the label. With our “VOID” labels, the adhesive that remains on the item spells out “VOID” in block capital letters, while the same message is also formed on the label itself where areas of adhesive are now missing.