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Anchor seal – A series

A one piece capsule and anchor seal, without integral or pre-assembled sealing thread. Suitable for sealing both ends of any length or type of thread, ribbon or wire up to a strand thickness of 0.81mm. As the seals are unnumbered, and if required, on the spot identification on one or both sides of the capsule can be made using the marking tool. For quantities over 10,000 the capsule can be personalised with moulded high relief numbers, letters or logo. No tools required for sealing. This is the basic model of the series of the TIK anchor type seals AF, AW, AR, AN, AFN and ARN. It is suitable for any requirement that involves either a small aperture, such as on electric meters, or a long sealing thread, and does not require a number or a pre-attached sealing tread.



ProductTamper evident plastic security seal
ModelAnchor seal – A series
Product codeAnchor seal – A series – A #001P00PP
DescriptionIntegrated anchor and capsule without sealing thread
A perfect replacement for lead seals
Sealing threadSeals both ends of any length of thread, ribbon or wire up to a thickness of 0.81mm per strand
CapsulePlain capsule can be marked on one or both sides by using dedicated marking pliers. For quantities over 10,000 the capsule can be injection moulded in high relief, on one or both sides, with letters, numbers, or logo
NumberingThe A series are unnumbered
For a numbered anchor seal see AN, AWN, ARN and AFN series
Special features
  • A perfect replacement for toxic lead seals
  • No tools necessary when sealing
  • Two strands of any length of sealing material up to a diameter of 0.81mm  per strand can be sealed
  • Marking tool for on-the-spot identification on one or both sides of capsule (see data sheet). Or, for quantities over 10,000, personalised on one or both sides with numbers, letters or logo

The anchor seal series of plastic tamper evident seals are suitable for use on an unlimited range of different sealing requirements. Manufactured with Polypropylene, or Polycarbonate plastic material. The Polypropylene anchor seals are available with or without a random or sequential high relief numbered tag. For identification of seals without a numbered tag the capsule can be marked with a designated marking tool. Polypropylene seals can be supplied with or without integrated plastic sealing thread, or pre-assembled wire. For seals supplied without the integrated plastic sealing thread, or without the pre-assembled wire, then any other type of thread, up to 0.81mm per strand, can be used.
Although of the same series, the main differences, apart from the plastic material, between the Polypropylene and the Polycarbonate anchor seals, are that the Polycarbonate seals are translucent, and have a larger tab that is either fixed, or with a detachable receipt. With the Polycarbonate seal there is a choice of laser printed sequential numbers, or a laser printed bar code on a white background. On the polycarbonate seals with a fixed tab the sequential numbering, or bar code, is printed only on the tab. For those with a detachable receipt, the sequential numbering is also printed on the capsule. In the case of a bar coded seal with a detachable receipt, only the bar code number is printed on the capsule.
Both the Polypropylene and Polycarbonate seals can be personalised with letters, numbers, name or logo.

Plastic tamper evident Anchor seals are more commonly used on the following applications but may also meet a wide range of other sealing requirements:
- Electricity, gas and water meters
- ATM currency cassettes
- Drums and hatches
- Tanker valves
- Franking machines
- Weights and measuring devices
- Quality control
- Storage boxes
- Cabinets and cassettes
- Fisheries and hunting tags
- Brand Identification
- Minibars
- Warranty control
- Pouches
- Zipper bags


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