The EMF Values of Infrared Saunas: Low EMF and Low ELF
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EMF stands for Electromagnetic Field. It's a physical field produced by electrically charged objects. EMFs consist of both electric fields and magnetic fields, and they are produced whenever electricity is generated or used.
EMFs are all around us, generated by both natural sources (such as the Earth's magnetic field) and human-made sources.
Here are the key components of EMFs:
Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) EMF: These are typically generated by power lines, electrical wiring, and household appliances. The frequency of ELF EMFs ranges from 3 Hz (hertz) to 3,000 Hz.
Radiofrequency (RF) EMF: RF EMFs are generated by wireless communication devices such as cell phones, Wi-Fi routers, and microwave ovens. The frequency of RF EMFs ranges from 3 kHz (kilohertz) to 300 GHz (gigahertz).
EMF help human beings for productive life, while other fish or bird animals, which enable them to find their own navigational
Is EMF harmful?
The potential harm associated with non-ionizing EMF has been a topic of debate and research for many years. is that for most non-ionizing EMF sources commonly encountered in our daily lives, there is no strong evidence to support significant health risks. Regulatory agencies such as the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) have established guidelines to limit exposure to non-ionizing EMF based on the known evidence.
So the description in the scientific world is the shorter the wavelength, the more harmful it is, like X-rays, gamma rays and ultraviolet rays. The longer the wavelength, the lower the energy, including infrared, microwave and radio.
Infrared (IR) radiation is a type of electromagnetic radiation with longer wavelengths than visible light but shorter than microwaves. When our skin is exposed to infrared radiation, it can absorb the energy and feel warmer.
Infrared radiation is categorized as non-ionizing radiation because it doesn't possess enough energy to ionize atoms or molecules. This means that, in general, it's not considered to be harmful to human health at typical exposure levels.
In summary, infrared radiation is generally considered safe at normal exposure levels encountered in everyday situations. (As shown above)
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Our factory has been utilizing ultra-low EMF carbon panel heaters for our business partners since 2010. In our SalusHEAT Sauna Direct store, the EMF readings in saunas other than the Maxwell series typically fall within the 10-20 mG range. We have recently launched a new range of Maxwell saunas with even lower EMF levels, as low as 0.5 mG. This is significantly lower compared to the 100+ mG levels found in many other sauna brands, regardless of the specific model.
Maxwell was a brilliant scientist with unmatched accomplishments in the field of electromagnetism. Our low EMF infrared sauna pays homage to this scientist, demonstrating our deep respect and admiration for him, while also positioning our brand-new sauna as the ultimate, superior infrared sauna.
Registered U.S. Patent Available
A U.S. Patent for an infrared sauna with low electric field and low electromagnetic wave radiation has been registered for our Maxwell infrared heater.
Many infrared saunas brand claim to have low electromagnetic field (EMF), but without extremely low frequency (ELF) electric field, or only address the electric field by using a conductive mesh or metal grill. Instead, our technology integrates both extremely low frequency (ELF) electric field and low electromagnetic field radiation (EMF) without the use of any shielding material, comprising a room heating plate having a low ELF, low EMF radiation, and a shielding wire; the first insulating layer has concave points or/and convex points; and the shielding line comprises a stranded power wire, an electric field absorbing shielding layer and a wire insulating layer.