Danish Technological Institute (DTI)

Microwave-assisted gas firing

At the Danish Technological Institute (DTI), a project is currently underway to develop microwave-assisted gas firing (MAGF) in the clay brick and tile industry. A MAGF chamber kiln has recently been installed at the DTI. This kiln is a prototype, to be used for tests and experiments during and after the project, in order to upscale and develop MAGF technology.

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