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Security Bags or Deposit Bags

When it comes to security, there are a lot of factors to consider. One of the most important is choosing the right type of security bag or deposit bag. So, what’s the difference between security bags and deposit bags? This blog post will explain everything you need to know!

Security bags come with a tamper evident security tape. This type of tape shows openings under any type of solvents, extreme cold or direct heat. Additionally, our tape has an UV print similar to the watermark on the paper money. All of this adds extra security to our cash and money bags against any type of counterfeit. They are for Ideal bags for bank deposits and handling of cash, checks, credit cards, small precious goods and all kind of additional elements that require high security custody or transport.

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Deposit Bags Have No Tamper Evident Tape

Security bags are designed to protect and securely store important documents, money, and other valuables. Security bags come in a variety of sizes and materials, including PET (polyethylene terephthalate), Tyvek, and HDPE (high-density polyethylene). These security bags are equipped with security features such as tamper-evident seals, security tape, and even security tags. This makes them ideal for transport and storage of valuable items.

Deposit bags, on the other hand, are designed to carry large amounts of cash or coins securely from one place to another. Deposit bags come in a variety of sizes and materials, typically made from strong nylon or vinyl fabrics. These bags are designed to be lightweight, waterproof, and highly secure with features such as security zip ties, numbered security tags, and reinforced seams. Most deposit bags also come with security seals to deter tampering and prove the authenticity of the bag’s contents.

In summary, security bags Security bags come with a tamper evident security tape and deposit bags don’t.

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