Microwave Heating Systems
Microwaves are electromagnetic waves that cover spectrum of frequencies ranging 300 MHz to 300 GHz. Its properties are alike light waves, that they are being reflected by metallic objects, absorbed by dielectric materials, or transmitted from glass. The typical frequencies used in microwaves are 2450 MHz for general purpose (home) ovens and 915 MHz for industrial use. Absorption of microwave energy in the material involves primarily two mechanisms- ionic interaction and dipolar rotation, electromagnetic heating such as microwave (MW) and radiofrequency (RF) heating are used in many processes like reheating, precooking, baking, drying, pasteurization, disinfestation and sterilization in industries. Kerone offer microwave based heating solutions for various application and the design of equipment varies based on application.