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Why Use Microwaves? What Materials Heat? How Do I Heat The Materials Evenly? How Do I Measure The Temperature Of The Material? Is The Microwave System Going To Get Hot?

The list of advantages for using microwave energy is expanding daily. Materials that are poor thermal conductors are difficult materials to heat rapidly and in a uniform manner using convection or thermal conduction. Microwave energy can penetrate materials of this nature to provide rapid volumetric heating. Read More...

There are a number of materials that heat well in a microwave field such as ceramics, wet extrusions, laminates, alcohols, acids, silicon carbide, insulating foams, oils, carbon, etc. The unique thing about heating materials with a microwave field is that each material couples (absorbs energy) differently. Many different materials have similar abilities to absorb microwave energy. Read More...

 

Temperature sensing in a microwave system is not much different than in conventional oven. The most common form of temperature measurement in a microwave chamber is a thermocouple or RTD probe. These probes come in many lengths and diameters. Ungrounded probes work well to eliminate any system noise on their signal lines, but are slightly slower in response time. Read More...

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