The first commercial microwave oven was officially introduced in 1946. Commonly referred to as the Radarange, it was an innovation derived from short-range radar technology originally developed in World War II. Microwaves have been used
Thermal processing is a key component in the production of many types of foods, supplements, chemicals, biomass and pharmaceuticals today. As manufacturing scales up, one of the hidden costs associated with thermal processing is material loss due to
The heat is on when it comes to competition in the cannabis processing industry, and processors now have a new ally when it comes to increasing quality and throughput. Marion Processing Solutions announces its newest product: WaveMix™ Cannabis,
Indirect heating methods have played an important role in industrial thermal processing for more than a century. Yet increasingly, producers are using industrial microwave technology to replace and/or supplement their existing equipment with
Hemp and cannabis processors are turning to industrial drying equipment as they ramp up the volume of product being processed. Choosing the right equipment will help bring capacity, quality and profits into alignment. Below are a few tips to
Cannabis as a whole represents an exciting business opportunity, especially given the explosion of the global hemp market, which is projected to grow at a compounded annual growth rate of close to 35% per annum over the next 5 years.
While industrial microwave heating has been around for more than seventy years, it is in the last few decades where it has evolved as a serious contender in thermal processing applications. That’s due to the higher overall efficiency of microwave
Choosing the right thermal processing equipment is a decision that will affect your production line for decades. It’s not just about the immediate capital cost of the machine, which represents a significant investment, but the long-term costs that
I Am Safety – I Own It. This is our mantra at Marion Process Solutions. Not only is safety one of our core behaviors, it resides at the top of the list. It’s a simple concept really, but profoundly important in any manufacturing facility.
Benjamin Franklin said, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” and that certainly rings true today, especially in the processing industry where safety and efficiency are of the utmost concern. That’s why preventative maintenance should