Ferrite Microwave Technologies (FMT) multimode microwave systems are typically employed for operations that use a variation of materials. By utilizing a multi mode cavity design, these style units can handle more multi-use scenarios with different products. In multi mode cavities, microwaves bounce around within the applicator. This heats all the material that passes through from all directions. Multimode micowave systems typically operate in heating, tempering, and high power drying applications. Explore some of FMT’s multi mode systems below.
MIP12: Multimode Tunnel
The MIP 12 is one of Ferrite Microwave Technologies most popular and sought after mulitmode microwave systems. It is extremely versatile and can process a wide variety of food products. This includes processing of seafood, meats, chicken, pork, vegetables, fruit, bakery products, and more.
MIP11: Multimode Cooking Oven
Ferrite Microwave Technologies MIP 11 cooking oven is a multimode microwave system that is commonly utilized in the bacon processing industry. However, it is able to provide microwave cooking for several applications and other food products including fish, meats, and poultry.
Multimode Microwave Systems: MIP10
Another popular system of FMT’s is the MIP10. This batch processor is an ideal solution for those who need to process a wide variety of different products, as commonly needed in multimode microwave systems. Whether it is needed to heat multiple different products or frozen food tempering, the MIP 10 can process a load of about 300 lbs. (136 kg.) of product in four minutes.
Multimode Microwave Systems: MIP9
Perhaps one of our most versatile multimode microwave systems, the MIP9 by Ferrite Microwave Technologies is capable of processing various industrial materials, ranging from foams, to wood products, to textiles. In processes involving heating, drying, or bonding – the MIP9 will likely better fit the requirement over traditional ovens fired by oil or gas.
The MIP8 provides precise control and simplification over the microwave process. As an indexing system, there is no minimum load requirement and the footprint is smaller than that of a system such as the MIP11 or MIP12. This system is widely popular among food processors for its efficiency and control.
Ferrite Microwave Technologies MIP4 enhances the process for small-volume applications. As a multimode microwave system, it is able to process foods in fast-moving, and perhaps low volume settings. This system is popular for its compactness, versatility, speed, control, convenience, and cost savings.