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Sealing Devices
           
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   Adhesive Seal (Label/Tape)       Adhesive sealing tapes leave a visual indication that the product has been tampered or opened. These seals are sticky labels that become damaged if removed from what they are stuck to. They are often used as tags. These types of seals are inexpensive and easy to use, but do not typically provide high levels of security, nor are they very robust. 
   Bolt Seal       Bolt seals are used in high security applications. They consist of a two-part system - a bolt or shaft and a locking device.  One half is designed to snap irreversibly into the other half through the hasp. They offer both a high strength barrier and indicator against intrusion. These barrier seals are popular for use on trucks and transport containers. Bolt seals can usually withstand substantial force without opening 
   Cable Seal       Cable seals are heavy-duty adjustable cable for sealing things like doors, meters, and containers. Because of its great resistance to force, this is a barrier seal—part lock and part seal. 
   Electronic Seal (E-seal)       Electronic seals are typically reusable. These seals are battery-powered and checks continuously for tampering. 
   Fiber Optic Seal       There are two types of fiber optic seals, active and passive.  In a passive fiber optic seal the cable is an optical fiber or bundle of optical fibers. Cutting the optical fibers changes their light transmission or other properties.  In an active fiber optic seal, light pulses are sent down the optical fibers continuously, a number of times per second. If the optical fibers are cut, the light pulses fail to complete the loop and this is detected by the electro optics. This type of seal is typically reusable. 
   Frangible Seal       Frangible seals are often used for tamper-evident packaging, such as found on over-the-counter pharmaceuticals. The seal material, which can be a film, foil, dried paste, or plastic cap, fractures or ruptures when the container is opened. 
   Padlock Seal       Padlock seals are “self-locking” metal or plastic seals that look like a padlock. These seals are intended for one-time use. Despite the name, these are seals, not locks. They are often used on residential and commercial utility meters. 
   Metal Strap Seal       Metal strap seals are also known as metal ribbon car-box or car-ball seal.  These are seals made from sheet metal. One end of the ribbon snaps irreversibly into a head on the other end. They are popular for use on railcars. Though robust, they are not a barrier seals. This category includes all types of security seals that are constructed of metal. Examples of these are - globe seals, flat metal and twist seals.  
   Plastic Strap / Loop Seal       Plastic strap or loop seals are also known as a pull tight or pull up seal. These seals are a type of tamper indicating seal. If the strap has been tampered with, it changes color. They are sometimes embossed with serialized numbers. Plastic strap seals have a one-piece plastic molded strap with one end that snaps irreversibly into a head or housing on the other end. The plastic strap is then passed through the hasp of a container or door. This type of seal has the advantage that it is less likely to injure personnel or damage equipment coming in contact with sealed moving containers, than is the case with metal seals. 
   Wire Loop Seal       Wire loop seals are strong, flexible, tamper resistant seals that use multi-ply wire and a crushable seal. These passive seals consist of one wire twisted around one or more wires. The wire bundle is then passed through the hasp of a container or door to be secured. A metal or plastic head or housing then crimps, traps, or irreversibly captures the ends of the wire bundle. The sealing tool typically leaves an embossing for identification purposes.  The lead-wire seal is the classic example of this type of seal. A blob of soft lead is used to crimp the ends of the wire bundle. Lead-wire seals, however, have fallen out of favor because of the poor security they offer and because of the health and environmental problems presented by lead. Other, safer, soft alloys are sometimes used instead. 
   Other / Specialized       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary sealing devices 
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   Approvals       
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   ASTM       The device is ASTM approved. 
   C-TPAT Compliant       C-TPAT. Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism. 
   ISO/PAS 17712       Product complies to ISO/PAS 17712. This ISO certification defines the various types of security seals available and describes the performance requirements for each product type. 
   Other       Other unlisted or specialized approvals. 
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Application
           
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   Airplane       Aircraft that carry cargo that needs to be secured against possible theft or tampering. 
   Bags       Bags that need to be secured against possible theft or tampering. 
   Banking / Currency Bags       Bags that are specially constructed to carry currency, coinage, and other banking applications. 
   Cargo / Container       Cargo containers can be transferred from one conveyance to another with a minimum of reconfiguration. Container seals are super strong sealing devices that also have a special finish for indications of tampering. 
   Chemical / Pharmaceutical       Chemical or pharmaceutical goods that need to be secured against possible theft or tampering. 
   Drum / Barrel       Drums and barrels are typically small, easily transportable containers that need to be secured against tampering. 
   Fire / Safety       Any environment that potentially can cause harm, either from fire or a hazardous environment, if exposed to it. 
   Food Packaging       Food packaging that needs to be secured against possible theft to tampering. 
   Luggage       A security device constructed of metal wire and plastic body on which the owners name may be printed. 
   Medical / Hospital       Any medical instruments or substances that need to be secured from tampering. Hospital specific applications are also covered by this category. 
   Rail Car       Any type of rail car that is used to haul freight. 
   Truck Trailer       The container being hauled by the truck tractor. 
   Utility Meter / Government       A meter that provides a numerical readout of the amount of energy consumed.  Government specific applications are also covered here. 
   Other / Specialized       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary applications. 
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Features
   Bar Code Seal?       A bar code is attached to the seal body in addition to consecutive numbering for increased security. 
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   Disposable?       The device can be disposed of after usage. 
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   Markable?       Seals that can be marked with specialized information by the user. 
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   Reusable?       The device can be reused multiple times. 
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