As a Result of Our Trials in METWAVE Industrial Microwave Oven, It Was Possible To Dry Tobacco Effectively In A Short Time


Drying or dehydration is the process of removing volatile substances, such as water, from solid materials to slow or stop the growth of microorganisms or chemical reactions.

In conventional drying methods, due to the temperature difference between the hot surface of the product and the colder interior during the drying process, heat is gradually conveyed from the surface of the dried material towards the interior. Thus, first the surface of the product and then the internal parts dry out and the hard layer formed due to shrinkage on the outer surface of the product prevents the transfer of heat to the inner parts and the moisture inside the product to transfer to the outside. In the microwave drying method, as the electromagnetic field affects the material as a whole, unlike conventional drying methods, a selective heating is performed by directly targeting the water molecules within the material. In this method, heat is generated directly in the product. The moisture in the product is vaporized by heating in a very short time and due to the difference of vapor pressure in the indoor and outdoor environment, the moisture transfer is from inside to outside. Thus, the problem of heat transfer occurring in conventional drying methods is eliminated in microwave drying method.

Tobacco Entering Microwave

Tobacco Exiting Microwave

We continue product development R&D with our Industrial Microwave product METWAVE. In our latest trials, we have dried Tobacco very successfully. We dried the tobacco, which normally waits for drying, in minutes. In this sector, we have developed a machine that will increase the capacity of our manufacturer and enable them to produce faster and higher quality products.