For the highest level of tamper evident security, Barrier seals offer maximum protection, one-time usage. Commonly used on shipping cargos, trucks, and containers, they seal cargo in transit. Simply install these heavy-duty security seals onto the keeper bars of container doors where the two doors meet. Simple to install, difficult to remove. They resist saws, cutting sheers, bolt cutters, crowbar levelling and hammer impacts, and it takes approximately 20 minutes with a cutting wheel to properly remove the seal.
Bolt seals are equally high security but extremely durable. They can be used on trailers, railcars, shipping containers, trucks, etc. To install, simply insert bolt into latch hole and rotate until serial numbers are visible and aligned. Ensure the bolts are correctly aligned before locked, and push bolt into lock until it snaps. If there are any attempts to spin the bolt seal, the plastic coating cracks as evidence. Removal of these heavy-duty seals is recommended with a bolt cutter and safety glasses.
For a more flexible approach to security, Cable seals are preferred for tighter and more uncomfortable door locking mechanisms. They enable flexible locking in fixed or adjustable lengths. These popular seals can be used on containers, trucks, utility meters and freight. To install a fixed length seal, secure by inserting the metal pin into the locking chamber, wrap to minimise slack. To install adjustable cable seals, thread the cable into the locking channel and tighten. To remove, sever with a bolt or wire cutter. Make sure the seals are non-reusable by cutting the fixed end, not the adjustable and lockable end. These rust-proof seals usually splay on cutting to prevent reuse.
Barrier Seals are ideal for applications in Logistic & Distribution, Oil & Gas, Pharmaceutical & Chemical, Shipping and Transportation industries.