Microwave is a sort of electromagnetic wave which frequency is 300GHZ. The water molecule in medium material is polar molecule, under the effect of the repaid change of electromagnetic field, it is polarity orientation will alter with the changes of external electric field with high-speed, causing the movements and friction of molecule, so that the microwave field energy can be converted to heat energy in medium to rise the temperature of materials, accomplishing heating, puffing and a series of physical processes and so microwave is achieved.
1. Rapid drying
Microwave heating does not need the progress of heat conduction, wich make the material itself become a heating unit.
2. Symmetrical heating
Because of no restrictions on the shape of the material, the materials is heated even, and there is no adjust outside or unheated inside.
3. Energy saving and efficient
The microwave drying can save one third energy of the far-infrared drying
4. Mildewprooding/sterilizing/keeping fresh
Microwave drying with thermal and biological effects can sterilize and resist rot under lower temperature.
5. Advanced craftwork and easy control
With the use of graphic operation terminal and PlC, you can realize programmable autocontrol of heating progress.
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