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Microwave Sterilizing & Drying Machine | Tunnel Microwave Dryer

Posted By: judy.smith

Date: Sat, 15 May 2021

Price: Best Offer

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Microwave drying is a new type of drying method, there is a large number of experiments and data show that microwave drying is the fastest drying method. The microwave dryer has a very wide range of applications, especially suitable for drying powdery, granular and semi-liquid materials such as food, medicinal, meat, etc. At the same time, in the drying process, it also has the effect of sterilization, so that the finished product after drying can maintain the original nutritional content and traditional flavor.

Microwave drying does not need to be equipped with a heat source, because the microwave energy directly acts on the medium molecules to convert into heat energy. The penetration of the microwave enables the material to be heated inside and outside at the same time without the process of heat conduction. It has the advantages of fast drying speed, uniform drying, easy accessibility and non-pollution.

Our dryers have standard models, it can also be customized according to customer needs, please send us your needs, we will make suitable equipment for you according to your required output, material characteristics, size dimension, etc.

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