MailSecur Detects More Threats
than X-ray Mail Scanners

X-ray mail scanners have their place. They are especially useful when you need to inspect large boxes. But the vast majority of mail-borne threats come in small packages, and nothing beats MailSecur to see inside small threats.

Using safe millimeter wave technology, MailSecur detects more threats than X-ray mail scanners — and it’s easier to operate.

“…Such materials may not be ‘white’ and may not be ‘powders’; materials may be crystalline (e.g. sugar), oily or waxy residues, or liquids, and might be present in sufficiently small quantities as to be undetectable by typical X-ray-based screening processes. ”

UK PAS-97 Mail Screening Standards

“No other technology can do this — truly unique and a game changer for mailroom security.”
Ken McGovern
Security Consultant and X-Ray Expert

MailSecur’s mmWave tech provides superior threat detection showing even the smallest objects in real-time 3D video. Most conventional X-ray mail scanners can only show static, 2D images.

Static 2D X-Ray Scanner Image

Static 2D X-Ray Image: MailSecur by RaySecur.

Real-Time 3D Video in Full Motion

Static 2D X-Ray Gun Image MailSecur, by RaySecur.
3D Gun Video Millimeter Wave MailSecur, by RaySecur.

MailSecur can detect threats, like liquids and powders, that X-ray mail scanners can’t, and MailSecur can detect all of the threats that X-ray scanners can. With conventional X-ray imaging, highly-trained operators are needed to interpret a static 2D image. With MailSecur the imaging is dynamic – if you can’t make out a concealed item just move or rotate it to view the item from all angles in full motion.

mmWave tech is so safe that operators do not need costly training and certification to use it — unlike X-ray tech.

With its low cost and small footprint, MailSecur is the ideal solution for companies that need to improve mail security in many locations.

X-ray Mail Scanners Fail the MailSecur Threat Detection Challenge:

 MailSecurX-Ray Scanners
Dangerous ItemsXX
Suspicious PowdersX
Suspicious LiquidsX