1. Industrial Microwave
Microwave refers to the electromagnetic wave with a frequency of 300MHz-300GHz. It is the abbreviation of a limited frequency band in radio waves, that is, the electromagnetic wave with a wavelength of 1mm ~ 1m, and it is the general name of decimeter wave, centimeter wave and millimeter wave. Microwaves have higher frequencies than ordinary radio waves and are often called "uHF electromagnetic waves." As a kind of electromagnetic wave, microwave also has wave-particle duality. The basic properties of microwave are usually characterized by penetration, reflection and absorption. In the case of glass, plastic and porcelain, microwaves almost pass through without being absorbed. For water and food will absorb microwave and make their own heat. For metallic objects, they reflect slightly
2. Industrial Microwave Heating Principle
Microwave thawing is in the high frequency electromagnetic wave radiation, the use of polar molecules vibration producing elastic collision with the surrounding molecules, friction heat production, its ways from inside the product materials to heat up, temperature using this method to thaw food has low production cost, high efficiency, no bacterial growth and cover an area of an area small advantage, is unmatched by other method.