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Ultra-Series Macrowave Pasteurization System

Radio Frequency Company's New Macrowave Ultra-Series Pasteurization Systems apply a high frequency electric field to food products proven to effectively control pathogens.

MILLIS, Mass. -- As an alternative to noxious gasses, radiation, or carbon producing thermal techniques, Radio Frequency Company's New Macrowave Ultra-Series Pasteurization Systems apply a high frequency electric field to food products proven to effectively control pathogens. 

Utilizing clean electrical energy from the grid, the material to be treated is conveyed through a high frequency electrode array where the alternating electrical energy causes the material to heat rapidly and uniformly throughout the product thickness. Due to this rapid, volumetric heating, the material is not exposed to elevated temperatures for long durations such that nutritional values and functionality are preserved. 

Radio Frequency (RF) heating is a highly efficient, "direct" form of heating such that no energy is wasted heating large volumes of air or preheating the system itself.  The technology is "instant-on, instant-off" using energy only during the treatment process.
Radio Frequency Company offers a full line of systems for the bulk or bagged pasteurization and/or insect de-infestation of nut meats, various types of Flour, Grains, Pasta, Tobacco, Fishmeal, Xanthan Gum, and other food ingredients as well as finished products.

For more information, visit www.radiofrequency.com.



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