Ferrite Microwave Technologies and Mega Industries merge to create a global leader in high-power microwave components and systems. As a result of the merger, the two companies now operate under a new holding company, named Microwave Techniques LLC. The Microwave Techniques group also includes Micro Communications Inc (MCi) and FXR microwave dummy load product lines, both of which were acquired in recent years by Mega Industries.
The combined entities of Mega, Ferrite, Micro Communications, and the FXR microwave dummy load product lines emerges with Microwave Techniques as a single source for high-power microwave needs. The group manufactures a wide line of components (circulators, loads, isolators, windows, power combiners, rigid and flexible waveguide), as well as a complete line of industrial microwave systems for food processing, drying, heating with advanced microwave research and development.
Ferrite and Mega: Combined Microwave Capabilities
The complementary product portfolios and synergy between the companies sets Microwave Techniques up for long term sustainable growth and future success.
“The merger of Ferrite and Mega is an industry game-changer and makes perfect sense for our employees and customers,” said Peter Tibbetts, CEO of Ferrite.
“Strategically, the fit is ideal given the proximity, alignment of our cultures and teams, and complementary product offerings,” said Peter V. Anania, President of Mega Industries.
The group’s combined engineering, operations, and sales teams will work to enable system level benefits to thousands of domestic and international customers. The clients who engage with Microwave Techniques come from a range of markets, including: High Energy Physics and Research, Military and Radar, Medical and Clinical, Aerospace and Defense, Broadcast, and Food and Heating applications.
While the microwave components side of the business provides waveguide WR28 to WR2300+, it supports 50 MHz to 50 GHz frequency levels, and power levels ranging from 5 Watts to well over 50 Megawatts.
The industrial microwave systems side of the business engages with thousands of customers across domestic and international markets for food tempering and cooking, as well as microwave heating and drying for a wide range of industrial markets.
Microwave Techniques, LLC
Corresponding with this announcement is the launch of the Microwave Techniques, LLC website. The site provides and overview of the group capabilities and product lines.
The combined company will continue to use the various brand names and product lines, while employing over 100 people, with close to 85,000 square feet of production capacity – across two facilities in Maine and New Hampshire.
Ferrite Microwave Technologies