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What industries can microwave equipment be used in?

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What industries can microwave equipment be used in?

1.The floral industry

Flowers including honeysuckle, rose, tea, chrysanthemum, yellow marshmallow, lotus leaf, and osmanthus can be dried and killed using the microwave. It offers benefits including even heating, quick processing, maintaining floral nutrition, effective sterilization and mellowing, environmental protection, etc.

2.Food sector

By using the microwave, food can be puffed, dried, baked, pickled, heated, sterilized, and thawed. It is currently used to make whole grains, sesame paste, soybean oil skin, meat products, dried fruits, seafood, kimchi, walnuts, sauces, peanuts, melon seeds, soybeans, and other items.

3.The pharmaceutical sector

Microwave equipment has the ability to disinfect, preventing insects and molds from growing, as well as kill microbes and mold in materials. It is currently used to sterilize and dry several types of medicine, including Chinese and Western medicine, oral liquid, medicinal stocks, and herbal remedies.

4.Wood industry

One to six centimeter thick boards can be microwave-treated to dry evenly, fast, and without distortion or breaking in about ten minutes while also eliminating any eggs and larvae that may be present. In addition, it can be used to sterilize, dry, and cure bamboo items as well as plywood.

5.Rubber sector

The rubber business uses microwave heating technology to first heat the tire to the vulcanization temperature before maintaining the temperature using hot air. It benefits from homogeneous heating and a one-third reduction in curing time.

6.Industry producing paper goods

Direct heating of paper goods from the interior to the outside with good heating uniformity, quick drying times, and environmental and equipment sanitation are all benefits of microwave heating and drying without preheating and heat transfer. For quick drying and mold prevention, it is applicable to wood chipboard, cardboard, paper crafts, printed matter, kraft paper bags, corrugated cardboard, honeycomb cardboard, paper products, paper tubes, paper corner protectors, paper clips, cartons, and packaging boxes, among other things.


Pyrite, which contains sulfur in raw coal and has a higher loss angle tangent than coal, can be desulfurized by microwave selective heating and gas reaction, but coal is unaffected. The best way to heat pyrite ore to a high temperature of 650 degrees is to employ an intermittent pulse wave that lasts 0.1 seconds. This method of desulfurization effect is efficient, saves money, has excellent energy efficiency, and produces little environmental pollution—all without the need of pricey catalysts.

An automatic photoelectric anti-running system, transmission frequency control system, material control system, PLC control system, etc. are all included in the microwave equipment. A very sophisticated and effective new piece of equipment, it has a streamlined design, straightforward operation, high yield, environmental protection, quick heating, uniform heating, 24-hour continuous operation, and microwave leakage to satisfy national regulations.

I think we now have a fresh understanding of and a more in-depth appreciation for microwave equipment as a result of the above-detailed introduction to the use of microwave equipment in many industries.  In addition to being widely employed in industrial microwave food processing, microwave technology is also widely used in all facets of daily life. It is anticipated that microwave technology will continue to advance.

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