- Sterilization technology based on high power pulsed sources of X-ray radiation. The main feature of Steray technology is that compared to gamma irradiation it does not use radioactive materials and is therefore non-polluting to the environment. In addition, it gives a major advantage by saving on logistical and maintenance costs. It is of particular interest to the packaging industry.
- Ambient air run away electron beams for polymer curing. Contrary to the existing technologies Steray developed an approach where electron beam was generated in non-vacuum environment, resulting in the optimal matching of electron beam energy with the required curing depth of a few microns. A market survey will be conducted in the near future, depending on the results a decision will be made whether further R&D will be undertaken to commercialize electron beam curing.
- Sterilization of plant & flower seeds with electron beams. The feasibility study was conducted in the framework of the project on alternative methods of seed sterilization. The investigation revealed that electron beam technology can be successfully used as a sterilization instrument for disinfection/sterilization of the seeds.
- Atmospheric pressure ionization sources for ion mobility and mass spectrometry. With the new generation of IMS technology Steray took part in the SBIR tender by the Ministry of Security and Justice in 2010. Steray was, along with 16 other companies (out of a total of 86 companies), selected to check the feasibility of a proposed solution to the improvement of the safety of first responders. This resulted in the founding of new company Eye on Air B.V. which focused on trace detection of explosives and other dangerous and hazardous substances.