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Attractive and Secure

Product: V-Series ChipsManufacturer: Gaming Partners International

Attractive and Secure

Gaming Partners International has developed a variety of new and innovative currency products and security feature. The latest is the V-Series of injection-molded American-style gaming chip in the B&G chip line.

The V-Series is produced using a new chip material formula that is stronger and more durable. The chips are designed to offer customers an extensive range of configuration possibilities with their chip mold designs. Included in the chip material is ChipShield, an anti-microbial that helps inhibit the growth of stain-causing mildew. The result is a cleaner and more sanitary chip surface.

For customers who order chips with four or more injection colors, GPI includes an exclusive infrared security feature in their chips at no additional cost.

GPI has also added two new currency security features to its B&G chip line. The first, 3-in-1 UV, is a security taggant that remains invisible under standard UV wavelengths. Because it can be added to plastic injection-molded chip materials, it is easy to validate chips when placed in stacks or racks. It also offers three levels of authentication, including a forensic verification using scanning electron microscopy.

The second currency security innovation added to the chip’s decal, SecuriFilm, creates a semi-transparent, hologram-like effect that enables quick authentication at the table and includes an additional covert security feature enabling a higher level of validation.

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