Void labels, also known as void if removed labels, are security labels designed to indicate tampering or unauthorized access. These labels have a unique feature: when someone attempts to remove them, they leave behind a pattern, text, or mark (like the word “void”) on the surface they were adhered to, indicating that tampering has occurred.
Once peeled off, the label’s adhesive layer separates, making it impossible to reapply the label without leaving evidence of interference.
These labels are commonly used in industries where product security and authenticity are crucial, such as electronics, pharmaceuticals, or high-value goods.
They provide a visible deterrent to tampering and help ensure the integrity of products or packages throughout storage, shipping, or display.