CONTROLTEK’s currency bags are designed to thwart criminals
There was a time in the not too distant past when the methods and products used for transacting, storing and transporting cash were pretty much predictable – and often vulnerable. The problem is: Thieves love predictability and weak links in the chain of security.
But the bad guys now face a new obstacle. Improvements in the way currency is handled these days is due, in part, to advances in the design and quality of certain products used for the storing and transport of cash, which reduce the likelihood of tampering.
For example, patented TripLOK currency security bags, offered by security – products and loss -prevention solutions provider CONTROLTEK, improve the safety of mixed deposits and cash transfer shipments by featuring a unique triple-seal closure; four easy-to-read VideoVisual barcodes with large numbering for easy scanning by security cameras, and a high-visibility “void feature,” which appears if the secure nature of the bag has been compromised.
Meeting stringent Vault Process Certification (VPC) standards, the bags — developed by CONTROLTEK’s security experts in consultation with cash vault and loss-prevention experts across the United States – improve efficiency, while lowering vault expenses and the cost of all currency-handling applications.
Additional features include specially formulated thermochromic ink that turns red when subjected to heat, and sequential numbers, which are embedded in the closure for easy tracking.
Launched in 1976, CONTROLTEK has grown to be a world leader in loss-prevention solutions, offering a comprehensive line of security products developed to help businesses reduce losses to cash or merchandise. Headquartered at 95 Dermody St., in Cranford, N.J., the company, a division of the Control Group, operates an extensive North American-wide distribution system, with strategically located warehouses in New Jersey, Michigan and California.