KINEGRAM and KURZ

The Best Choice for Banknote Security

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For further information please call:
+49 911 71 41 9653

or send a fax to:
+49 911 71 41 9242

or write an e-mail to:
banknote.security@kurz.de

KINEGRAM Foils for Banknotes

KINEGRAM foils from KURZ are the most sophisticated and advanced security features for banknotes, proven in circulation on billions of banknotes around the globe.

KURZ together with its subsidiary OVD Kinegram is the world’s leading supplier of innovative foil-based security features, with an unparalleled number of reference denominations, and the Partner of choice for leading Central Banks around the globe.

The proprietary, non-holographic KINEGRAM technology puts major barriers in the way of the counterfeiter and enables the production of unique optical effects that are unreached by any other security feature on the market.

KURZ and the KINEGRAM have won multiple awards for superior security, design and customer service. We are a trusted partner of leading Central Banks, banknote printers and substrate producers, creating unique and individually customized solutions for every single project.


“KURZ and OVD Kinegram have great products and innovations which in my opinion are the gold standard.”

Dr Mark Deakes, Director of Optical and Authentic Technologies for Reconnaissance International


Interview with MD Peter Muehlfelder

News

The new Costa Rica 20,000 Colónes Banknote with KINEGRAM REVIEW from KURZ

The Banco Central de Costa Rica (BCCR) will issue its new 20,000 colones banknote on November 26. KURZ is proud to be part of the new banknote project by contributing a registered KINEGRAM REVIEW foil stripe applied over the transparent window in the Guardian polymer substrate supplied by CCL Secure. This foil-based feature with the unique non-holographic KINEGRAM REVIEW technology makes the new banknote extremely secure against counterfeiting.

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KINEGRAM Easy Card – Instant issuing of secure temporary documents

OVD Kinegram unveils simple high security solution for temporary documents.

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New Australian $100 Banknote with KINEGRAM ZERO.ZERO

The Australian Reserve Bank has announced the new $100 banknote will be released into general circulation on 29 October 2020. The new banknotes have been in production since mid-2019 and will soon be distributed ahead of their release into general circulation.

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