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Baskaran Gangadharan

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Posted 01 April 2022 - 05:25 AM

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We are using Double Magnetron Microwave oven to reheat some of the liquid and protein. We used Tupper quality microwave bowl. However, the bowls are getting melted and damaged over the period of usage. We are currently reheating around 50  times every day. Would like to understand which bowl or materials suitable for our kind of applications.

 

The maximum temperature reach up to 120-140 Degree Celsius for 3-4 Mins .Preferably look for non-fragile one materials composition.

 

Appreciate your helps in advance. 

 

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Posted 01 April 2022 - 02:43 PM

You should invest in a double boiler instead---no more microwave  buy a hot plate, put the double boiler on that

 

plus, you can then use stainless steel and not plastic which is much easier to clean and/or sterilize


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Posted 04 April 2022 - 10:11 AM

Thanks Scampi. However, entire operating model using Microwave. Would like to know any suitable materials will sustain our preparation or reheating applications. 



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Posted 04 April 2022 - 12:56 PM

Have you tried glass? Ideally you would never put cold glass in a microwave, but room temperature should be OK


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Posted 04 April 2022 - 01:48 PM

The repeated microwaving isn't affecting your protein %?  Protein degrades pretty rapidly


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Posted 05 April 2022 - 12:48 PM

Have you tried glass? Ideally you would never put cold glass in a microwave, but room temperature should be OK

Yes, tried with glass but due to fragile nature the materials not become operational friendly ( Contamination risk and repeat change over / maintenance) 

 

Secondly, product level reheating we don't carried out for multiple times. Only bowl would be used for multiple time. We reheat the product once 



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Posted 05 April 2022 - 03:45 PM

Although I do not know what your process is, it seems unusual to me that you would reuse the bowl 50 times per day. 

Is it cleaned between uses? If not, I would worry about residual protein and microorganism growth.

 

Maybe a disposable option like this? 

https://www.webstaur.../129MCR16B.html

 

Or you could look in to silicone. Not sure what size you need, but I have great luck with silicone mats and bakeware.





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