The company designed a new safety mechanism which provides an additional preventive measure in the case of a unit’s faulty operation.

It also improves efficiency by providing a feedback loop to the controller, thus permitting the correct amount of energy to be applied to the heat exchanger at any given time.

The product’s new technology involves high voltages in the range of four kilovolts and concentrated radio frequency energy.

Wanderport’s CEO, Richard Martel said the licensing the new technology will enhance the company’s expanding intellectual property portfolio and will also improve the safety standards.

"We believe this MCMHU can be sufficiently performing and eventually made available to a selected manufacturer in order to be perfected, certified and eventually re-produced for distributor field testing," Martel said.

Wanderport Corporation holds the worldwide rights to the microwave energy tank-less water heater technology through its exclusive licensing agreement.