RaySecur’s user-friendly system operation is key in standardizing and improving mail security across culturally diversified countries.



Government bodies across the world—and across any country have mail security procedures that are often unique to the agency. These procedures can vary in effectiveness. In addition, Embassies and consulates often utilize local contract employees who have varying levels of security experience/education.

Because of the simplicity of the system’s operation, RaySecur™ can normalize and dramatically improve mail security with its breakthrough technology capable of detecting any suspicious content of any form and of any nature, in envelopes and packages. With RaySecur™, elected officials or ambassadors will feel more safe and secure from mail threats.


  • Detects and confirms the presence of suspicious powders
  • Able to see inside envelopes and packages
  • Exclusive 360 degree video imaging for real-time inspection from all angles, and effective content decoding
  • Detects CBREs, dangerous goods, suspicious powders and liquids, and emerging threats from mail weaponization to 3D printing.
  • Dual technology: millimeter waves and metal detection
  • 100% safe technology harmless to employees
  • User-centric desktop model easily integrated into work areas of any size
  • Portable—can be moved from one location to another facilitating multi-site mail screening
  • Designed to be highly user-friendly
  • Extended warranty insuring turnkey and trouble-free operation, including overnight replacement in case of damage
  • No construction, embedding or lead-shielding required—simply plug in to operate
  • Unlimited access to online webcast training requiring no travel or expensive classes—lower training cost, lower turnover cost, uniform and certified security preparedness of present and new employees
  • Comprehensive all-in-one solution that improves employee safety and morale



Exclusive 360 degree video imaging for real-time inspection from all angles, and effective content decoding. 


Monitors activity and detects concealed threats from a manned remote location receiving a wireless stream of live videos.