KINEGRAM PCI

Plastic Card Inlay - embedded KINEGRAM for added durability


Since the introduction of polycarbonate cards, the KINEGRAM PCI has established itself as a viable solution for the protection against photo substitution and card counterfeiting.

  • KINEGRAM security elements are completely embedded and cannot be manipulated
  • Excellent protection against wear and tear during daily use
  • Extensive possibilities for integration of 1st, 2nd and 3rd level features
  • Customer-specific combinations of transparent and metallized KINEGRAM designs
  • New since 2019 - protection of the entire datapage with full-data-protection
Application types of KINEGRAM PCI
Product types of KINEGRAM PCI

KINEGRAM PCI with full data protection

  • Embedded Kinegram elements
  • Distributed for full data protection
  • Relatively large designs composed of discrete, individual elements for optimum bonding
  • Synchronised optical effects
  • Features for optical machine authentication

KINEGRAM PCI references

Learn more about the various combinations with the KINEGRAM foil technology:
KINEGRAM foil technology

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The new English 50 Pound Banknote with KINEGRAM COLORS® from KURZ.

Today, 25 March 2021, the Bank of England revealed images of the new £50, the fourth note in England’s polymer series, following on from the £5, £10 and £20 notes issued in 2016, 2017 and 2020. KURZ is proud to be part of the full series with its contribution of a registered KINEGRAM COLORS® foil stripe applied over a transparent window in the polymer substrate. This unique security feature makes the banknotes extremely secure against counterfeiting.

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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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