EMF Testing

EMF refers to electro-magnetic field which is a combination of electric and magnetic field which is widely spread throughout the space. This field propagates in the form of waves and is produced mainly because of charges and its movement.
World Health Organization has established a non-governmental organization called the International Commission for Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) which has developed certain standards for Exposure to EMF from all the sources of EMF including the mobile phone base stations, Radio antennas, Access points etc

Magnetic fields are produced by the current flow in the wiring systems. Studies by the California Department of Health Services have shown that flaws in the building’s wiring system are a significant source of elevated magnetic fields. These wiring errors are also electrical code violations and should be eliminated.

Electric fields are produced by the voltage present on an electrical system even without a current flow. The higher the voltage, the stronger the field produced. Since the voltage can exist even when no current is flowing, the appliance does not have to be turned on for an electric field to exist. Common electric field sources in residential buildings are unshielded internal wiring inside the walls, power cords for reading lights, alarm clocks and appliances. Once identified, the electric fields can be eliminated relative easily.

We measure the various EMF fields with professional electromagnetic field testing equipment and find solutions to creating low EMF and RF environments.

EMF surveys are commonly conducted for the following reasons:

Real estate transactions

Health concerns

Building assessments

Identification of wiring errors and stray currents

Equipment interference issues

Baseline for field reduction methods

Long-term data logging to evaluate fluctuations in EMF levels

Future exposure projections

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