EMF Filter

An EMF Filter is a well-tried and tested electrical engineering solution to problems of electromagnetic (EM) pollution. Each home, clinic or office takes between 3 and 15 filters to reduce the GS units of dirty electricity, ideally down to 30 for people who are electromagnetically sensitive (ES), or down to 50 for others.

To ensure that you get the best results with your filters, we recommend that you either buy a Stetzer Microsurge meter (or get a reduced-price one, with one of the filter packs shown below) or arrange for an EMF survey for installation of the filters. Measuring with a meter determines the optimum positions and quantity of filters to minimize the GS units of dirty electricity.

EMF Filter

EMF Filter

We recommend 3 filters and a meter at first, since using the meter you can find the best location for your filters in your home. Three filters are the minimum number that brings the GS units of dirty electricity down in most situations.

EMF Testing

We conduct EMF surveys in homes and offices in areas used for sleeping, working and resting. we do EMF testing and compare the levels recorded with those recommended by the Institute of Building Biology, Stetzer Electric and others.

It is a practical, tried-and-tested approach, based on well-established science and gaining from decades of experience of EMF testing and surveying.

The EMF testing survey of a typical home (office and commercial premises will differ) will include (where appropriate and feasible) checks for :

  • radio/microwave fields (mobiles, cordless phones, wifi, cellmasts)
  • ‘dirty’ electricity (transient variations in the voltage and frequency of the mains)
  • earth live and neutral being connected
  • extra low frequency electric and magnetic fields
  • geomagnetic anomalies
  • geopathic stress
  • induced body voltages

We can recommend ways to for you to reduce your exposure to excessive pollution, while doing everything possible to retain full use of your electrical equipment.

As part of our professional approach to electromagnetic surveying, we hold professional indemnity insurance.

To book a survey, please fill out the form and we will be in contact.

We also offer a design service to help establish an electrically calm and healthy environment in new buildings.

Our EMF testing surveys are carried out by Guy Hudson, physicist and electrosensitive.

EMF testing

EMF testing with Guy Hudson

In this video Guy talks about EMF testing and the surveys Beneficial Environments carries out.

Graham Stetzer Filter

The Graham Stetzer Filter is a well-tried and tested electrical engineering solution to problems of electromagnetic (EM) pollution. For full details, please see Magda Havas’ research. Each home or office takes between 3 and 15 filters to reduce the GS units of dirty electricity, ideally down to 30 for people who are electromagnetically sensitive (ES), or down to 50 for others.

To ensure that you get the best results with your filters, we recommend that you either buy a Stetzer Microsurge meter (or get a reduced-price one, with one of the filter packs shown below) or arrange a survey for installation of the filters. Measuring with a meter determines the optimum positions and quantity of filters to minimize the GS units of dirty electricity.
We recommend 3 filters and a meter at first, since using the meter you can find the best location for your filters in your home. Three filters are the minimum number that brings the GS units of dirty electricity down in most situations.

Stetzerizer Filter

In this video Guy Hudson discusses the Stetzerizer Filter

 

Stetzer Filter

Stetzer Filter

 

The UK version of the renowned Stetzer Filter is robust, fully tested and EC mark-approved. It has been specially engineered for 230V 50Hz (ie UK mains electricity).

Each home or office takes between 3 and 15 filters to reduce the GS units of dirty electricity, ideally down to 30 for people who are electromagnetically sensitive (ES), or down to 50 for others.

To ensure that you get the best results with your filters, we recommend that you either buy a Stetzer Microsurge meter (or get a free one, with one of the filter packs shown below!) or arrange a survey for installation of the filters. Measuring with a filter determines the optimum positions and quantity of filters to minimize the GS units of dirty electricity.