Q: What are microdots?
A: Microdots are tiny nickel particles, sized from 0.3 to 1 mm, with unique codes that can be read using a pocket microscope or mobile phone.

Q: How are microdots applied?
A: Microdots are brushed or sprayed onto various parts of the object to be marked, such as bicycles, motorbikes, electronics, and many others.

Q: How do microdots protect vehicles?
A: Thousands of microdots are applied throughout the vehicle to give it a second identity. It is impossible to remove all the microdots. Even if only one microdot is found, it allows authorities to identify the vehicle.

Q: What are the properties of nickel microdots?
A: Nickel microdots are versatile, durable, and secure. They can withstand harsh environmental conditions and high temperatures.

Q: How can microdots be found on objects?
A: Microdots are spread in a glue with a UV agent. The marked spot can be detected with a UV lamp and read by a microscope, which may be pocket-sized or attached to a mobile phone.

Q: How can an object marked by microdots be identified?
A: All objects are registered in various databases, which make it easy to identify any marked objects that are found. One of these databases is at www.thordots.com.