There are 4 types of EMF’s:

  1. Electrical Fields: 

Source: Generated by electric charges, typically from wiring and power lines.

Example: Fields emanating from electrical wiring in buildings.

  1. Electromagnetic Fields: 

Source: Generated by the movement of charged particles, present in various everyday devices.

Example: EMFs from household appliances, electronic devices, and power lines.

  1. Radio Frequency (RF) Non-Ionizing and Ionizing Radiation: 

Non-Ionizing RF

Source: Wireless communication devices, Wi-Fi, and certain electronic equipment.

Example: Radio waves from cell phones, Wi-Fi routers.

Ionizing RF:

Source: Higher-energy RF radiation with the potential to ionize atoms and molecules.

Example: X-rays and certain types of medical imaging.

  1. Micro-surge Electrical Pollution (MEP):

Source: Disturbances or surges in electrical systems, often associated with electronic devices.

Example: Electrical “noise” caused by devices like computers, televisions, and appliances, aka Dirty Electricity (DE).                    

We use specialized tools to measure Dirty Electricity (DE), also referred to as Micro-surge Electrical Pollution (MEP). As electricity enters homes at 60 Hz cycles per second, forming a sine-wave through electron movement, MEP introduces distortions known as harmonic distortions to this sine-wave. Individuals, particularly those with electrical hypersensitivity (EHS), may sense these distortions, potentially experiencing negative biological effects and associated symptoms. Our precise measurements help identify and address these concerns for a healthier living environment.

The goal is to identify and remediate all EMF sources. These specific tools help assess and target sources of MEP. It could be coming into the home from electrical power supply, or created within the home from electronics, motors, switch mode power supplies, lighting systems.