Each TIMEbadge consists
of a specially coated white adhesive FRONTpart and a BACKpart that is
pre-printed with time-release ink. Once the FRONTpart is applied to the
BACKpart, the TIMEbadge is activated. The result is a gradual color
change that signals expiration when completed.
The Expiration Process
Depending on the expiration period you choose, the TIMEbadge will
remain white for the majority of that time before the color change
begins. For example, a One-Day Expiring TIMEbadge issued in the morning
will reveal light pink bars by late afternoon, and darker pink bars
within 1 day, signaling an unmistakable visual expiration.
The Expiring TIMEbadge is not affected by light, so the expiration process works indoors and outdoors, day or night.
Expiration Time Frames
TIMEbadges are Tamper Resistant
Once a TIMEbadge is activated, the expiration process cannot be
reversed. It is impossible to separate the FRONTpart from the BACKpart
without visibly damaging the badge. The adhesive FRONTpart is made of a
specially coated material that looks like paper, but is tear-resistant
and durable. Even if an attempt is made to separate the two parts, the
TIMEbadge will continue to change color.
Why use an Expiring TIMEbadge?
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