Security labels made of VOID films generate a pattern or lettering when opened
VOID films or checkerboard films have the property that in a peel test they split into adhesive and film.
The result is a checkerboard pattern or VOID lettering, which usually remains on the packaging as sticky security pattern.
The word "VOID" cancels any label that has been attached to, for example electrical appliances or computers.
The sticky residue is undesirable in many applications.
That is why newer VOID films leave a "non-sticky" security pattern.
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