The new version of US-based tamper-evident packaging company ITW Envopak’s reusable security bag offers improved security and greater seal print-ing options for high-value item tamper protection, says security seal manufacturing company Vikela Aluvin MD Kevin Norwitz.
“With the recently redesigned and improved locking chamber, both the well-known PS2 standard security seal and the larger PS4 seal can be used to seal the bag. “This is a significant improvement, as the PS4 seal enables better quality printing, including barcodes of up to 14 characters, which will improve the ability to track and trace the bags,” he says.
Another important improvement is that the bags are now available in modular sizes from A3 to A7 in either a flat or gusseted configuration, making them suitable for a range of applications.
The bags range in volume from 0.3 ℓ (A7 key wallet size) to 90 ℓ (ballot box size) and are available in various colours for easy identification. They are made from a tough polyvinyl chloride/nylon material, which closes with a zip that is sealed in a specially designed locking chamber. The bags also have two large windows for easier corporate branding.
“This product offers a high level of tamper-evident protection for the secure transportation or storage of cash, confidential docu-ments, keys and a host of other valuable items and is a cost-effective alternative to disposable bags and envelopes,” says Norwitz.
“These bags are cost effi-cient, making them a good solution for the transport and storage of any appropriately sized high-value items,” he adds.
Aluvin is the sole distributor in Southern Africa for some of the largest security sealing companies in the world and has a wide range of sealing products in South Africa for many diverse applications. Its head office and factory are in Germiston and its dis-tribution centres in Durban and Cape Town.