susceptor


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sus·cep·tor

 (sə-sĕp′tər)
n.
A metallic patch attached to microwaveable packages of food in which radiant energy produced in the patch by microwaves helps cook the food, often by browning its surface.

susceptor

(səˈsɛptə)
n
1. a sponsor
2. (General Physics) physics a material that absorbs electromagnetic energy
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In his view, electromagnetic induction welding overcomes those barriers by placing a thermoplastic compound filled with particles of a metal "susceptor" at the weld interface and subjecting it to a high-frequency magnetic field.
CEA LETI wishes to purchase an oven vent horizontal geometry for cleaning parts SIC coated graphite called "susceptor".
Sudpack UK's Ecovent PPC system uses a combination of susceptor card, self-venting microwavable film, and a controlled atmosphere to pack all manner of snack products, including bread or pastry based snacks and Yorkshire puddings.
The low fat, easy to prepare fare comes in varieties of White Fish, Southern Fry Chicken and Smoky Bacon, which are offered in single flow-wrapped 100g susceptor packs that can be microwaved in minutes.
Featuring a patent-pending, one-of-a-kind susceptor with a triangular, vented design, the product delivers on taste and consumer preference.
The healthy, low fat, easy to prepare hot snacks are presented frozen in attractive and single flow-wrapped 100g susceptor packs and will microwave in minutes, making them ideal for heat-from-frozen snack operations.
And they come out of the microwave oven crisp because of an exclusive susceptor with a triangular, vented design.
Each slice can be prepared individually because of a one-of-a-kind susceptor with a triangular, vented design that makes the product's crispy crust possible.
For materials with minimal direct microwave heating response, "susceptor" additives convert microwave energy to heat within the material.
High in flavour, the handy, bite sized fingers are in 100g susceptor packs -- just pull the perforation and microwave from frozen for up to three minutes for a sustaining snack.
The trick, Eckermann says, was ensuring that the product's dough and microwaveable susceptor trays were well suited to one another.