Microwave heating has varied uses in the production of various materials. For processes involving heating or drying, of which there are many, microwave energy increasingly acts as a substitute for more traditional ovens fired by oil or gas.

Industrial microwave systems are widely used by structural LVL lumber processing. Newer applications include various drying systems for textiles and foam products.  For other bonding and drying applications of this nature, a MIP9 or MIP11 system   will likely suit the requirement.

Foam is one of the natural candidates for microwave treatment. The manufacturing process involves extensive drying and the homogenous consistency and microwave transparency makes drying with microwaves very efficient.

LVL lumber preparation involves bonding layers of wood together and activating the adhesive withheat. Applications like this where spray-on adhesives are used, and then later activated, are excellent candidates for microwave treatment. Liquid adhesives activate very well when subjected to microwave power. We’ve manufactured specialized systems for LVL in the past, please contact us for details about that product.

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Textiles applications benefit from the excellent color drying and adhesive setting properties of microwave power. Also, as a process that involves drying as well, microwave treatment has an added benefit.

 

 

Products & Services
New Microwave User?

Whether you are interested in Tempering, Drying, Cooking or Boost Heating – we have a microwave system designed specifically for your application. We customize every system we build to suit the customer facility and requirements. We are happy to design and manufacture custom cavities and applicators to fit non-standard requests and relish the opportunity to explore new markets with customers.

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Already Using Microwave Power?

We offer extensive maintenance and support services as well as programming and design services. Our team is capable of servicing and upgrading any industrial microwave, regardless of who built it. We have a long history of working on legacy Raytheon and Amana machines. Our programming is focused on Allen Bradley PLC interfaces but we also work with Siemens devices.

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4 Steps to Drying With Industrial Microwave Ovens
A Short Guide to Calculating Energy Requirement

Unsure about precisely how much energy you will need for your particular microwave system application?

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  • Learn to calculate your energy requirements for drying your material
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