Security Paper

Cheques

Cheque Papers are produced in conformity to country related requirements or customer's bespoke specifications. With or without a watermark, chemical or optical security features, they offer perfect readability on all kinds of readers (OCR, OMR and MICR).

Moreover, they are suitable for digital personalisation on any type of laser- and inkjet printing systems and are guaranteed for an outstanding converting process for the production of cheque books. All cheque papers are available with a special surface treatment for protection against tampering.

PROSECURA Cheque Paper

PROCSECURA Cheque Paper

Paper for the production of letter cheques and cheque books. In conformity to country related requirements such as C&CCC (CBS1), CFNOB or APCA.

Shade

naturalwhite

with optical brightener

Whiteness

UV-dull

Reflexion > 70%

Substance

80 - 100 g/m²

Sicherheitsmerkmale

Security Features for Cheque Paper

  • One-tone / two-tone / multi-tone watermarks
  • (mill standard or customised, random, side localised, cut to register)

  • Daylight visible and invisible fluorescent fibres
  • Starlights, A-dots, Planchettes
  • Chemical Sensitisation
  • Security Threads from 95 g/m² (metallised, fluorescent, with microprint, machine readable)
  • Special Verification Systems
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