Microwave Dryers

Web Drying System produces no carbon emissions.
Microwave Dryers

Web Drying System produces no carbon emissions.

Macrowave(TM) RF Drying System selectively heats coated portions on web leaving bound moisture in substrate intact, preventing overdrying, distortion, and shrinking. It operates at up to 1,500 fpm, with RF power being instant on/off and energy only consumed in proportion to load in system. Configurable to handle webs up to 120 in. wide, RF drying system meets OSHA safety regulations and FCC...

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RF Web Drying System can operate at speeds up to 1,500 fpm.
Microwave Dryers

RF Web Drying System can operate at speeds up to 1,500 fpm.

Designed for high-speed drying of water-based patterned glue and coatings, Macrowave(TM) RF Drying System selectively heats only patterned coatings on web and leaves bound moisture in substrate intact, preventing over-drying, distortion, and shrinking. It needs 1/3 to 1/5 of floor space required for hot air and IR dryers, and permits lower web temperatures. Unit can handle webs up to 120°...

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Drying Systems remove water from hydrophilic foams.
Microwave Dryers

Drying Systems remove water from hydrophilic foams.

Macrowave(TM) Foam Drying Systems heat and uniformly dry hydrophilic foams evenly throughout entire thickness. Systems apply radio waves to foam webs or buns up to 4 ft thick at frequency of 40.68 MHz, which rapidly remove water without surface discoloration, cupping caused by non-uniform shrinkage, and surface hardening. They can also dry water-based glues in construction of foam laminations up...

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RF Drying System handles temperature-sensitive materials.
Microwave Dryers

RF Drying System handles temperature-sensitive materials.

Macrowave® RF Drying System employs volumetric heating to maintain uniform temperature throughout temperature-sensitive materials and reduce moisture content to levels as low as 200 ppm. Equipped with instant ON/OFF control, conveyorized drying system handles sensitive materials such as filter cake and granular or pelletized materials. Removing water from material at bed depths to 6 in.,...

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Post-Baking Dryer provides uniform moisture control.
Microwave Dryers

Post-Baking Dryer provides uniform moisture control.

Macrowave(TM) utilizes RF energy, which preferentially heats and dries moist areas of cookies, crackers, and snack foods to eliminate surface checking and control moisture and color. Dryers permit conventional ovens to run at maximum speed that product can be produced with correct loft, crumb structure, and color. They are offered in band widths up to 64 in. wide.

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Hybrid Drying System dries granular or pelletized materials.
Microwave Dryers

Hybrid Drying System dries granular or pelletized materials.

Macrowave OmniTherm Fluidic Dryer(TM) lowers moisture content of temperature sensitive materials to levels as low as 200 ppm without overheating surfaces of particles. It employs temperature and humidity controlled air or special gas to fluidize material being conveyed through radio frequency (RF) energy field. Suitable for continuous in-line operations, dryer can be used for drying,...

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RF Drying System improves insulation production.
Microwave Dryers

RF Drying System improves insulation production.

Macrowave applies radio waves at 40.68 MHz to remove water from fiberglass batting, board and vermiculite, and prevents migration of aqueous binders. It works on webs up to 12 ft wide. Because water is more responsive to RF energy than most materials, moist areas absorb more RF power than dry areas, which results in uniform drying. Method promotes consistent drying regardless of non-uniform...

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