Kan't Kopy® K1 2-Part Carbonless Security Paper with 8 Features, Bulk Pack

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Description & Specs

Kan't Kopy 2-part K1 Carbonless Security Paper offers counterfeit resistant printing to secure your originals. Choose from blue top sheet with a canary bottom sheet or a green top with a canary bottom sheet. It has 8 security features to protect your documents. Security features include:

  • Pantograph (hidden message) - When an unauthorized person tries to copy; or scan the original, a "Void" hidden message appears.
  • Color Match - The original color of Kan't Kopy paper can not be reproduced with any type of copy process.
  • Kan't Kopy Artificial Watermark - An artificial watermark is manufactured onto the paper.
  • Anti-Copy Coin Rub - Watermark on the back turns black when rubbed with a coin.
  • Erasure Protection - Guards against erasing/modifying and scanning.
  • Security Features Box - Security features box printed on back indicating security features.
  • Microprint Protection - Text too small for the naked eye is printed on the perimeter of the security features box.
  • Acid Free - Preserves documents for a longer period of time.

Pantograph copy performance is subject to the printing equipment used.

Available with the "Void" pantograph only and 2 different colors.

Disclaimer: Actual product colors may vary from colors shown on your monitor. 

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    20 Lb. Bond

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  • Printer Compatibility:

    Digital, Dry Toner, Laser, Offset, Inkjet

  • Security Features:

    Watermark, Pantograph, Microprint Protection, Features Box, Erasure Protection, Color Match, Coin Rub, Acid Free

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1 Review

Bob Lorence May 2nd 2023

security patterned paper

this is just the ticket to keep expense submitters from sending duplicate expense reports, with the addition of sequential numbering, I believe we have solved a decades issue.

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