How it Works

Water molecules when exposed to Radio Frequency energy tend to get polarised. These polarised molecules align themselves with the RF energy which is oscillating between positive and negative once every 37 nano seconds. This rapid change in orientation causes internal friction and heat between the molecules causing their temperature to rise and eventually leads to vaporization.

Unlike conventional heating, moisture can be extracted from the inner layers of a product efficiently by using RF heating. Since conventional energy transfers heat from the outer surface to the inner layers of a product via conduction, the heating is uneven across the cross section of the product.
The use of RF energy thus provides uniformity in heating, efficient moisture removal and increase in through put.