A KINEGRAM patch is a particular foil element, available in any desired shape, showing one or several diffractive images. Partial metallization and transparent areas, as well as optimized application tolerances, allow for patches to be completely and seamlessly integrated into the banknote design, including overprinting.
- easy to locate
- easy to authenticate
- very high durability and security
KINEGRAM continuous stripe
KINEGRAM continuous stripes have been state of the art for many years. A continuous stripe in web direction enables a very cost effective and easy application of the foil onto any substrate. Needless to say, it also provides high levels of security.
- well-proven, easy, efficient application
- complex technologies such as KINEGRAM ZERO.ZERO can be added
- ideal security solution for issuing authorities who have to respect restricted budgets
KINEGRAM registered stripe
Today's gold standard today in foil based security features. Thanks to highly innovative application equipment, KINEGRAM stripes can be applied in register onto banknotes. This greatly increases the freedom of the banknote designer, who is now able to combine the printed banknote design and the KINEGRAM into a visual entity.
- gold standard for foil based security features
- element of choice for leading central banks around the world
- significantly raises the anti counterfeiting security of the banknotes
KINEGRAM stripe over windows
A quantum leap in banknote security. Taking the advantages of registered stripes even further, KINEGRAM foils can be applied over window areas in banknotes. This is true for paper banknotes such as the European Central Bank's new 20 Euro, and for polymer banknotes such as the new English 5 Pound. KURZ is the only producer of foil-based security features which have successfully been applied to polymer notes.
- next generation banknote security
- virtually impossible to counterfeit or copy
- chosen by the European Central Bank as principal feature of new 20 Euro notes