Industrial Microwave Systems
Cellencor offers a wide range of options to suit almost any need no matter how big or small, simple or complex. Below are some of our popular microwave equipment solutions.
Standard ovens are hollow, stainless steel boxes about 12 feet long, five feet wide, and four feet tall. A conveyor belt runs through a microwave suppression tunnel or "choke" through the cavity and out a suppression tunnel on the other end. The waveguide feed two or more rotating antennas which uniformly distribute the microwaves throughout the cavity. The effect is similar to the turntable in your home microwave.
We also offer several other kinds of applicators for products that won't work in a conventional oven
Batch Ovens - Instead of a conveyor belt feeding material, a large pneumatically operated door is provided to load and unload trays of product.
Indexing Batch Ovens are a hybrid design that uses conveyor belts to load and unload the oven through large, pneumatically operated doors. This is useful for drying large objects such as casting molds or biocomposite structures that won't fit through a choke on a standard oven.
Vessels are stainless steel tanks used for liquid and slurry applications. They are equipped with a pump and an integral mixer to circulate the liquid with a uniform temperature rise. Vessels can be used to heat, cook, and pasteurize.
Mixers are specially designed stainless steel vessels that have large rotating mixing paddles inside that agitate and mix your product as microwaves are being applied.
Your Brainchild! If you have a really unique application that is outside the limits of our standard applicator catalog, we can help you figure out how to apply microwaves to an applicator of your own design, or we can design a custom one for you.
Cellencor is an authorized distributor of AMTek Microwaves. We also offer custom control packages including material handling, Allen-Bradley automation and Process Sensors real time near infrared product monitoring.