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Why is microwave equipment an advanced equipment in the gypsum industry?

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Why is microwave equipment an advanced equipment in the gypsum industry?

Microwave gypsum board dryer adopts the characteristics of microwave heating mechanism, focusing on the integration of molding, drying, curing, etc. of gypsum board. 


1. Energy saving: 

Conventional drying often involves heat loss in the environment and equipment, while microwave heating directly heats and dries materials, resulting in no additional heat loss. In comparison, it can generally save 30-50% of electricity.


2. Uniform and thorough: 

Conventional heating starts from the surface of the material and then transfers to the interior through heat conduction. There is a temperature difference between inside and outside. The long processing time often results in insufficient temperature inside the product, which affects the drying effect. Due to the penetrating effect of microwave, both the surface and interior of the product are affected simultaneously during the overall treatment, so the drying is uniform and thorough.


3. Convenient control: 

Microwave drying processing, equipment can be turned on and used immediately, without the thermal inertia of conventional drying, flexible and convenient operation, microwave power can be continuously adjustable from zero to rated power, and transmission speed can be continuously adjusted from zero, facilitating control.


4. Simple equipment and advanced technology: 

Compared to conventional dryers, microwave drying equipment does not require boilers, complex piping systems, coal yards, and transportation vehicles, as long as it has the basic conditions of water and electricity.


5. Small footprint and space saving:Gypsum board adopts the characteristics of microwave heating mechanism, focusing on the integration of molding, drying, curing, etc. of gypsum board.