Tyvek wristband is made of flash spun high-density polyethylene fibers. It is famous for its water-resistance and tamper-proof feature. Tyvek was first invented by Dupont in 1955 and was first used in the building industry. It was introduced for commercial purposes in 1967. And since then, it has been a usual alternative for paper, especially if the paper is not strong enough. It has a lightweight feature and is tear-resistant.
Some of the famous uses of Tyvek wristbands are for admission for places like theme parks or water parks. Because of its reputation in the event industry, many event organizers make sure that they use this to help them for better event-managements and promotion. And this is also perfect for businesses that require crowd-control like bars, pubs and night clubs.