Microwave vs RF Heating
This presentation outlines the major differences in the two technologies (Microwave vs RF) and the comparative advantages and use cases of each.
- 433.92 MHz; 915 MHz; 2.450 MHz; 5.800 MHz; 24.125 GHz; 61.25 GHz; 122.5 GHz ; 245 GHz
- 6.780 MHz; 13.560 MHz; 27.120 MHz; 40.68 MHz
Powering Critical Microwave Applications
Ferrite Microwave Technologies, LLC (FMT) is proud to continue our 35 year legacy of service.
Our customers demand the highest performance from their microwave components and systems and we work tirelessly to meet and exceed those requirements. This video outlines our corporate philosophy and focus on providing the highest quality industrial microwave systems in the world.
An Introduction To Microwave Technology
As safety concerns have been alleviated by improved technology and cost concerns by increased efficiency, industrial microwave applications have expanded. Benefits of utilizing microwave technology include:
- Energy efficiency improvement
- Decreased process times
- Consistent and uniform temperature
- Precision control
- Decreased equipment footprint
Microwave Bacon Cooking
This presentation outlines the history of the market, the variables to consider in microwave bacon cooking and the various components that make up a microwave bacon line.
Present State of the Market
•Retail annual bacon sales were over US$2 billion in 2006
•In 2013, bacon sales climbed 9.5% to an all-time high of nearly $4 billion
•44% percent of in-home bacon usage is precooked
4 Steps to Drying With Industrial Microwave Ovens
Unsure about precisely how much energy you will need for your particular microwave system application?
Download this guide to understand the simple calculation and more.
- Learn to calculate your energy requirements for drying your material
- Know your power needs upfront for success with potential suppliers
- Learn how accurate energy estimates are essential for ROI
Understanding Microwaves & Microwave Devices
Understanding the basic scientific principles of microwaves and the electromagnetic (EM) spectrum in which they reside is the first step towards understanding how to use microwaves to your advantage. This presentation details the following basic principles (as they pertain to microwave technology) :
It also contains useful information on transmission methods and the basic types of microwave devices.