In many technological processes, materials and liquid products are required to be heated without having to store then in tanks. The broadly understood chemical and food industries use this most often.
Unlike other heating methods, microwaves penetrate deeper layers of liquids, gels, pastes. The product is heated evenly, in the entire volume, because heat transfer is not carried out by conduction or convection. There is also no physical contact between the heat source and the heated liquid. This is important when it is required to maintain sterility or have to deal with chemically aggressive materials.

Przepływowy reaktor mikrofalowy


The ISA CHEM1710 reactor with a microwave power of 4,5 kW is used for intense heating of liquids flowing through a coil through two microwave chambers. The gases formed in the chemical process are discharged from the coil through passes to the coolers. The internal reactor systems are cooled with water.
Due to small size and high efficiency, it is used in laboratories as a test device or in a small technological process. The presentation in 3D format and user manual can be downloaded here

Planowany reaktor 2x100kW


The currently designed by MARKOM flow reactor with a power of 224 kW will be one of the largest microwave devices of this type in Poland. Its task will be heating the chemically aggressive liquid to a temperature of about 130 oC.
There will be two chambers - each with a length of over 10m, and the construction of the device will be bi-level.

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