April 2005 Conferences & Events

Pyrotec Product Security Solutions provides a range of technologies to protect your valuable documents and products from being counterfeited, forged or tampered with. These solutions include Pyrotec's new Safety Paper where hidden messages appear when copied or scanned (including on the latest equipment), preventing unauthorised duplication of your printed materials.

Pyrotec has started manufacturing Document Security's anti-copy/anti-scan Safety Paper in Cape Town (up to now this has been manufactured only in the USA). Pyrotec is the licensee for Document Security Systems, for the African continent.

Safety Paper has hidden messages that appear when copied or scanned preventing unauthorised duplication of your printed materials.

The standard message available is 'void' with a light blue background.

Custom messages (eg 'unauthorised copy', 'cancelled' etc) and other colours are available on request.

Unsurpassed effectiveness: 99% reliable on all copiers and desktop scanners; no other pantograph comes close to this level of reliability.

In addition, the verifier lens is used with Safety Paper to view the validity of an original document. When passed over the paper the hidden message appears, preventing casual counterfeiting and fraud.

For more information contact Tim Beattie, Pyrotec, 021 787 9600,

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