Tempering and Defrosting
Microwave tempering and defrosting is critical to the food processing industry. Our clients who temper with industrial microwave systems see lesser amounts of mess and more space for production. As a result, they see higher production output and increased final yields.
Microwave Bacon Cooking
Industrial Bacon Cooking is a food processing market that continues to grow, year after year. We’ve developed 915 MHz Industrial Microwave Bacon Cooking Systems to help transform the industry.
Resources & Blog
Are you considering cooking bacon with an industrial microwave system? Take a look at our resources page! We have a bacon-cooking system demonstration video and an in-depth presentation that examines the variables to consider, our technology and an analysis of the market state historical vs. present state.
Boost heating is a solution for both food and non-food applications. Boost heating is highly energy efficient because it acts only on the material in question, not the air around it. Boost heating is usually more cost effective than conventional methods.
Batch processing is beneficial in tempering applications with small production volumes. If you have a portion-control plant, or an application that involves an assortment of products, a batch processor microwave system is the best fit for you. With batch processor microwave systems, there is no minimum loading requirement.
Microwave drying is quicker, and frequently more energy efficient than traditional drying methods. If you have a drying room or a convection oven, you may want to consider drying with microwaves instead. Clients use our drying systems to process lumber, industrial foam, textiles and more.
Videos & White Papers
Are you exploring the option of drying with industrial microwave ovens? Head over to our resource center! We have a 4-step guide to help you calculate energy needs and estimate power requirements for your particular application. Change the way you think about microwave drying with this easy 4-step process.
Industrial processors and government municipalities apply microwave energy to oil, coal, bio-solids, bio-waste and more. By utilizing heating and drying systems, waste and refuse can be turned into byproducts for further processing.
Advanced Microwave R&D
For more complicated applications, our microwave engineering team is available for more involved research and development. Our microwave test facility and research labs are dedicated to new product and application testing. Recent applications for microwaves include ceramics and powder drying, diamond growth, and microwave pyrolysis.
Synthetic diamond manufacturers engage microwave energy with stringent materials to create lab-grown diamonds. Chemical vapor deposition (CVD) diamonds demand the most reliable and efficient microwave technology. Our microwave generators and waveguide components help power and transmit energy in the high pressure, high temperature (HPHT) environment.
Ceramics and Powder Drying
Ceramics and powder manufacturers have greater control over moisture content by utilizing microwave energy, when compared to traditional methods. Likewise, industrial drying systems apply heat in a much more uniform manner.
The bio-solid fuel industry turns waste into energy. We’ve seen users convert grass and natural waste into wood chips and pellets. We’ve also build systems that power plasma incinerators for bio-waste disposal.
Our microwave systems are utilized by energy companies to aid with oil reclamation efforts. By using large industrial processing systems, you can avoid using a cracking tower and decrease your facility’s footprint.
Drying coal with microwaves proves to be more cost effective for certain clients, especially in energy markets where electricity is relatively cheap. Often times, the facilities see costs lower than those incurred for traditional coal treatment equipment.
Ferrite Microwave Technologies customizes every system we build to suit the facility, requirements and application of desire. We are happy to partner with customers for product testing to define new markets. If you have a non-standard application or require a custom design, we will work with you every step of the way.