Clear, clean and discreet!
- FDA approved for direct food contact
- Acid and lignin free
- Perforated or plain
- Clean, quick, safe, discreet, immediate bond
- Available in removable or permanent adhesives
SuperDiscs are clear adhesive circular discs, also known as tamper or security seals, popular with packaging professionals to close or seal a wide variety of promotional items such as direct mail, CD cases, bags, boxes, tins and jars.
SuperDiscs are commonplace with the food, cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries as they are a simple solution to demonstrate that the product hasn’t been tampered with or contaminated, providing peace of mind for the consumer.
Available in permanent or peelable, and with or without perforations to suit all jobs.
These adhesive discs are available in rolls of 2000 in a box dispenser for easy manual application and rolls of 5000, 10000 and 20000 for machine application, in machines such as the Lynx Tabber or Rena KT Tabber (non-sprocket).
The discs are transparent as standard, other colours, shapes and bespoke prints are available (minimum orders apply) – please ask for further details.
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- Professional finish
- Available as plain discs or easy-to-open centre-perforated discs
- Available in permanent or peelable grades
- Bespoke coloured and printed products available on request
- Supplied in an easy-to-use dispenser box for manual application
- Machine-applied tabs are also available from stock for KT Tabbers and Lynx/Profold machines
- Available from stock in 2,000 and 5,000-disc rolls for hand application
- Next-day delivery from stock.
SuperDisc stock sizes:
- 18mm diameter
- 25mm diameter
- 34mm diameter
- 50mm diameter
- Other sizes and shapes available upon request (minimum orders apply)
• Gift bag closures
• Securing bellybands on retail products
• Cello bag closures
• Retail wrapping
• Closures on food boxes, e.g. cakes, sandwiches, fresh produce etc.
• Seal close boxes for applications such as cosmetics and pharmaceuticals
See more images of our SuperDiscs in action here.