IntegriTEX® – invisible marking, safeguard authenticity and traceability of fibres and textiles
The invisible marking
IntegriTEX® is a concealed traceability system for authentication of fibre and textile products. IntegriTEX® is based on the marking of fibres by inorganic security pigments (luminescent particles, lumophors) and identification with optical “lock-and-key-sensors”.
IntegriTEX® marking is extreme robust against mechanical, chemical and thermal influences, justice proof, machine
readable with smart sensors at any time and place; and enables the detection and proof of blending.
IntegriTEX® is based on the trademark ”Tailor-Safe®”, patented (Europe, USA patent pending) and successful approved since 2010 in more than 100 applications.
Tailored especially for fibres und textiles
IntegriTEX® is the result of a unique development to mark natural fibres such as cotton, pure new wool, silk and any other fibres (plus products produced thereof) as forgeryproof as well as traceable – anytime and any place.
The main goal of the system – which has already been successfully integrated in “PIMA” and “Egypt Cotton” as well as technical textiles – is to safeguard the “product integrity” (originality, reliability, trustworthiness, flawlessness, authenticity), the quality of the produced fibres (growing methods, harvest and quality criteria), the quality of further processing of the textile products (filaments, woven fabric, knitted
fabric), the participating companies and working conditions as well as the purity of textile products (protection against lower quality).
From fibre to customer
concealed (invisible) marking of fibres and textiles
authentication (proof of origin by a “justice proof” certified method)
identification (machine readable with priceworthy sensors at any time and place)
time stamp (assignment of a product batch to a production time)
the traceability (qualification from origin fibre to end-product and vice-versa)
IntegriTEX® differentiates to other marking technologies by:
the unique combination of “invisible”, “machine readable” and “forensic proof”
the high robustness towards chemical effects, light (UV) and thermical influences (up to 1.700°C)
the machine readability with inexpensive sensors – anytime and any place