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EnWave sells two 10kW units to existing royalty partner

February 27, 2023  By Grow Opportunity Staff

(Globe Newswire) Vancouver — EnWave Corporation has sold two 10kW Radiant Energy Vacuum (REV™) machines to an existing licensed royalty partner.

The royalty partner will triple its North American REV™ manufacturing capacity with these machines to better support the growing market demand for its commercial products. The company expects to deliver the first machine in Q2 and the second unit in the latter half of fiscal 2023.

About EnWave

EnWave is a global leader in the innovation and application of vacuum microwave dehydration. From its headquarters in Vancouver, B.C., EnWave has developed a robust intellectual property portfolio, perfected its Radiant Energy Vacuum (REV™) technology, and transformed an innovative idea into a proven, consistent, and scalable drying solution for the food, pharmaceutical and cannabis industries that vastly outperforms traditional drying methods in efficiency, capacity, product quality, and cost.


With more than fifty royalty-generating partners spanning twenty countries and five continents, EnWave’s licensed partners are creating profitable, never-before-seen snacks and ingredients, improving the quality and consistency of their existing offerings, running leaner and getting to market faster with the company’s patented technology, licensed machinery, and expert guidance.

EnWave’s strategy is to sign royalty-bearing commercial licenses with food and cannabis producers who want to dry better, faster and more economical than freeze drying, rack drying and air drying, and enjoy the following benefits:

  • Food and ingredients companies can produce exciting new products, reach optimal moisture levels up to seven times faster, and improve product taste, texture, colour and nutritional value.
  • Cannabis producers can dry four to six times faster, retain up to 20 per cent more terpenes and 25 per cent more cannabinoids, and achieve at least a 3-log reduction in crop-destroying microbes.

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