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device identification - microwave dehumidifier

ro_somak

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Hello users,
I am looking for information about microwave dehumidifier. I need this device to accelerate the drying process of the first floor walls of a 100-year-old building after crystal injection. What is this device? Specifications? Who manufactured it? Maybe someone has had contact with it? I can't find information anywhere.
 

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I have no idea about that particular appliance, but I wonder
whether there's any reason (besides human safety) whether
an ordinary microwave oven with the door removed and
safety interlock jimmmied, wouldn't do the same thing?

That being said, I think I would prefer dry hot air to kW EM
radiation to be around.
 

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