EnWave launches vacuum-microwave toll manufacturing facility
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EnWave Corporation announced that its vacuum-microwave toll drying facility, REVworx, is officially open for business.
REVworx offers on-demand contract manufacturing services for the production of vacuum-microwave dried snack and ingredient applications for food companies.
Located at EnWave’s head office in Vancouver, B.C., the REVworx facility incorporates complimentary upstream and downstream equipment required to process food applications at scale. REVworx is equipped with a 60kW tray-based REV machine, a 10kW REV unit for smaller batch production, a commercial scale air dryer for pre-processing, preparation equipment such as cutters, corers and slicers for fruits and vegetables, a fryer and seasoning station, and a bulk packaging area for shipment preparation.
The company is pursuing Certification 84 Safe Quality Food (SQF), which requires three consecutive months of line trial production, which will be completed March to May, with full SQF certification expected for June.