Laboratory microwave ovens are suitable for chemical and biological experiments in universities and research institutes. They are suitable for microwave synthesis, microwave sample dissolution, microwave hydrolysis, microwave catalysis and other fields.
Microwave Source System:
The microwave source system consists of a magnetron, a high-voltage rectifier, a high-voltage power supply, and a high-speed fan.
The system uses durable and highly reliable industrial-grade Panasonic 2M210 series magnetrons, which are placed diagonally on the left and right sides of the microwave cavity and the microwaves are fed through the feed port into the microwave initiated. In the heating chamber, the special feeding method and the specially designed heating chamber ensure an even distribution of the microwaves.
Intelligent electrical control system:
The elElectric control system consists of two parts: the electric part and the intelligent control part. The electrical part includes a microwave source, a fan, a sensor and a power supply for the control part.
The intelligent control system is the data control and processing center of the whole plant, which transmits the physical parameters fed back from other systems via sensors to precisely control the normal operation of the vacuum furnace.
Over temperature alarm and automatic protection system:
The automatic protection system is the guarantee of the safe operation of this product. When over-temperature or over-current occurs, the microwave source system will automatically cut off the independent power supply of the microwave source branch.
Frame structure: Reasonable structure design provides a reliable platform for the safe and stable operation of the product.
What shouldSo what should we watch out for when using laboratory microwave ovens? First of all, there is an obvious difference between microwave disinfection and light wave oven disinfection, i. H. Metal utensils cannot be used in microwave ovens, but can be used in lightwave ovens.
Use a microwave oven to sterilize. Whether for heating food or sterilizing objects, you cannot choose metal utensils, even dishes with gold and silver rims. You can use glass, ceramics, heat-resistant plastics and non-metallic utensils such as glass ceramics.
This is because the microwave permeability of metal is not good, its own microwave loss is large, and microwaves are reflected and even sparks, which affects the working efficiency of microwave ovens and negatively affects sterilization and have disinfection.