KINEGRAM TKO

Transparent KINEGRAM Overlay - highest security for centralized or decentralized issuance


The heat-transfer of an ultra-thin film containing optically-variable images onto the personalized ID cards or passport datapages is considered as one of the most effective methods to protect documents against tampering and forgery. Each customer project requires its own tailor-made solution. It is our mission to work with our customer to identify and develop the best solution for their needs.

  • Ultra-thin, transparent security foil with full-face KINEGRAM image
  • Unimpaired visibility of personalized data
  • Fully compatible with printing systems for personalization (ink-jet, laser or color-laser printers), and thus suitable for centralized or decentralized issuances
  • Attempts to remove the foil inevitably lead to the destruction of the KINEGRAM image
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