Microwave drying/disinfestation service
When there is water/dampness in wall structures the water can be located in one area, or spread around the wall across several areas. The microwave drying or de-infestation process does not heat material itself, only the water and organic structures located in the treated material. In the heating process hot steam moves to the outside of the wall (free air), the steam heats the surrounding material on exit from the wall. Microwaves increase the temperature of the materials by inserting particles of matter with high vibration or alternately polarization dipoles. Microwaves penetrating into the material causes the temperature to grow not only on the surface but also in the deeper layers.The material is heated throughout the cross-section. Because of no large temperature differences in particular layers, the heated material is not exposed on high thermal stress. For the best drying effect there is a requirement to raise the temperature between 60 ° C to 100 ° C. This depends on the type of the treated material (for example wood, stone wall).
Drainage of historical and religious buildings
Due to the unique process of drying the moisture without damaging the structure of the drying surface, the microwave method is highly recommended for drying old historical buildings, chapels domes, castles, stone Altar arches or fragments of medieval walls around the monastery.