About mail bags
When it comes to sending goods and documents by post, they must arrive at their destination safely and undamaged. One way to ensure this is to use mail sacks that are specially designed for shipping. But how can you ensure that these bags are not opened or tampered with during transport? The answer is: through effective sealing. A seal is a security device that protects the contents of a mailbag from unauthorized access. It prevents the bag from being opened or tampered with during transport, protecting the contents from theft, loss, or damage. Among the many different sealing options on the market, there are three that are particularly suitable for mailbags: The Swift seal, the ID Seal 600, and the NSS412-L seal. The Swift seal is an effective and high-quality smooth plastic seal made of nylon with a metal insert. This special type of nylon has several advantages: the seal is protected against wear by the choice of material and is resistant to temperature and chemicals. Despite its narrow diameter, it has a very high breaking load of 35 kg and thus cannot be opened by hand. The ID Seal 600 is an advanced sealing option specially designed for shipping sensitive or valuable goods. The extra long seal tail and high breaking strength make the seal suitable for a variety of applications. For example, bags can be easily sealed with the ID Seal 600. The high breaking strength ensures that the neck can be sealed tightly. The prongs on the inside of the tail provide additional grip. This means that the seal cannot be moved. The NSS412-L seal is another advanced sealing option that offers high security. It has a robust seal with an extra-strong metal insert. It is the strongest plastic seal in the range with a breaking load of 40 kg. Thanks to its unique properties, the NSS412-L is ideal for sealing (mail) bags, among other things. The ribbing on the inside of the seal additionally ensures a tight seal of the bag neck. Overall, an effective seal for mail bags is crucial to protect the contents during transport. The Swift seal, the ID Seal 600, and the NSS412-L seal are all good options for securing mailbags and can be selected according to need and budget.