Industrial Microwave Manufacturing

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We manufacture microwaves for a variety of industrial processes.

Microwaving is a powerful form of heating, and one that many industrial applications rely on today. At Electric Power Systems, we understand that your purpose for conducting microwaving at your location is completely unique, and thanks to our industrial microwave manufacturing capabilities, we can design, engineer, and produce effective equipment for your site.

Industrial Microwave Manufacturing

As a leading source for industrial microwave manufacturing, we supply industrial microwave systems and units to many different industries. Many nonmetallic and non-conductive materials that are traditionally difficult to heat are suitable for microwave heating, provided they possess certain chemical, physical, and electrical properties.

Your role during the industrial microwave manufacturing process is to provide information about your operations and how you will use the new microwave. For example, we need to know whether you will use the new system for food processing, industrial drying, or any other type of industrial application. From there, we can develop basic renderings and, with your approval, move into complete design and manufacturing.

Since 1987, we have remained at the forefront of manufacturing electrical components for our clients, microwaves included, and we are eager to put our significant experience to work for you. Every product we manufacture is produced according to client specifications, and we take client satisfaction seriously with every project.

Trust our experience and capabilities to make the industrial microwave manufacturing process beneficial from concept to completion. To discuss your specifications in detail, contact us at Electric Power Systems today!

At Electric Power Systems, we offer industrial microwave manufacturing services to those in Jacksonville and Tampa, Florida; Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; Norfolk, Virginia; San Francisco and Los Angeles, California; New York, New York; Houston, Texas; Raleigh, North Carolina; and Charleston, South Carolina.