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CSS offers Heavy Duty Pull Tight seal

March 5, 2012
Cambridge Security Seals (CSS), provider of tamper-resistant and loss-prevention seals, is offering its new Heavy Duty Pull Tight seal (HPT).

Cambridge Security Seals (CSS), provider of tamper-resistant and loss-prevention seals, is offering its new Heavy Duty Pull Tight seal (HPT). The streamlined design of the HPT not only strengthens the seal, but also makes it smoother and easier to use when securing items. CSS’s design gives the HPT a uniquely thin diameter while offering 40% more tensile strength than similar alternatives.

The HPT also features CSS’s Clean Break Design, which reduces both cost and waste because individual seals detach from the strip without any material left over. These security seals are supplied in four lengths (9", 12", 15", and 18") and seven colors. Users can customize their seals with logos, printed information, variable numbering, and barcodes.

Elisha Tropper, CSS president and chief executive officer, said, “Our team of engineers has produced a durable product that can secure items through even smaller apertures, with even more important information provided by the seal. The initial response has been very enthusiastic, and we expect it will be an important part of our line for years to come.”

CSS provides an array of plastic, metal, and electronic seals along with other aligned products that deter theft, secure a chain of custody, and provide evidence of tampering. The company serves a diverse customer base spanning a variety of industries. These include freight logistics and distribution, trucking, pharmaceutical, food and beverage, rail transportation, government, agriculture, medical, airlines, retail, and cash handling.

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