A microwave oven is a common household appliance that's used to cook food. It works by exposing food to electromagnetic radiation, exciting the water molecules and causing them to heat. The following two reports analyze the global smart microwaves market as well as the built-in microwaves market.
Statistics show that more than four out of every five U.S. households own a microwave oven. With origins dating back to the 1960s, microwave ovens aren't a new concept by any means. They've been around for decades. But while new models have incorporated additional feature, the fundamental way in which they work remains relatively the same.
A typical microwave works by exposing to food to electromagnetic radiation.
Hearing the word "radiation" may alarm some consumers, but studies show that microwaves are perfectly safe and pose no risk to human health. Just like sunlight is a form of radiation, so it's electromagnetic waves -- the type used by microwaves to cook food.
In addition to being used in the home, however, microwaves are also used in the food service and culinary industry. Chefs often use them warm ingredients or dressings, as it offers a faster and more efficient solution than warming foods on a traditional oven. There are even special types of business-grade microwave ovens, many of which feature a larger space than consumer-grade models.
The Global Smart Microwave Oven Market Research report by The Market Reports is a comprehensive study of the global smart microwaves market. Within this report, you'll find professional data and statistics on the market, including its size, definitions, classifications, chain structure, growth drivers, challenges and more. It's important to note that smart microwave ovens differ from conventional microwave ovens. Smart microwaves have additional features to improve their performance, utility and energy efficiency. Some smart microwaves, for instance, automatically turn off to prevent overcooking. Others have integrated sensors to measure the precise temperature of foods. Smart microwaves typically cost more than conventional microwaves, but many consumers and business owners say they are a smart investment.
Some of the key microwave vendors profiled in this report include Electrolux, Whirlpool, Ge (Haier), Bosch, Galanz, Midea, Panasonic, Sanyo, Siemens, Breville, Samsung, Sharp, Kenmore, Emerson, Lg and others.
The Global Built-In Microwaves Industr…6 Market Research report by The Market Reports is a second study of the global microwaves market, though it focuses specifically on built-in microwaves as opposed to standalone models. Featuring 159 pages, it explores the built-in microwaves market from all angles while revealing both current and future prospective scenarios. First, the report provides a general overview of the market, consisting of definitions, classifications, applications, chain structure and more. Next, the report discusses the built-in microwaves market's development policies and plans. The report concludes with a feasibility assessment of new investment projects in the market.
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