When frangible labels are attempted to be removed from the surface on which they are applied, they break up like EGG SHELL or ONION SKINS and leave a mark on the box. This reveals the attempt to open the box. Depending on the place of use, the label can be a raw material type of paper or film.
Normally, when we remove labels, we do not want to cause any damage to the packaging itself. When we want to take measures against fraud, on the other hand, the opposite is the case. We may wish to specifically leave a trace. In this event, a special and strong adhesive sticker is used. These labels prove that the package was tampered with by removing the layer on the packaging surface when an attempt is made for it to be removed.