electromagnetic field (emf)
FACTS NOT FICTION
Before we grab the tin foil out of the kitchen drawer let's see what the EXPERTS at the World Health Organization and the National Institutes of Health have to say.
Conclusions from scientific research
Despite the feeling of some people that more research needs to be done, scientific knowledge in this area is now more extensive than for most chemicals. Based on a recent in-depth review of the scientific literature, the WHO concluded that current evidence does not confirm the existence of any health consequences from exposure to low level electromagnetic fields. However, some gaps in knowledge about biological effects exist and need further research.
Conclusions from scientific research
Additionally, the few studies that have been conducted on adults show no evidence of a link between EMF exposure and adult cancers, such as leukemia, brain cancer, and breast cancer. Nevertheless, NIEHS recommends continued education on practical ways of reducing exposures to EMFs.
DON'T LET FALSE CLAIMS SCARE YOU
Health Mate has been in the infrared sauna business for 40 years. In our 40 years of manufacturing, we have never seen such scare tactics used like we have with EMF radiation claims. The disingenuous claims hurt the industry and force consumers to act on frivolous information.
We accept that extreme levels (over 100mG) of EMF/ELF could possibly have some effects on the human body. However, you will never get close to those numbers using a Health Mate sauna.
We urge you to conduct research before you let a sauna company make false claims that scare you. Listen to the experts like WHO and NIH.
SAFE LEVELS OF EMF'S
According to the International Commission On Non-ionizing Radiation Protection Agency the limit of public exposure to magnetic fields is 100 at 50 Hz and Electric fields is 5000 at 50 Hz.
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Full spectrum food heat lamps. Wow. Conveniently, most brands never mention how dangerous they are or the EMF's they produce.
We tested a competitors "full spectrum" food heat lamp...
Be extremely careful with how sneaky marketing can be. Brands may have studies on their carbon heaters but conveniently not on their "full spectrum" food heat lamps.
Beyond extremely high EMF ratings, these heaters create extremely dangerous levels of heat. Heat levels that can cause 2nd and 3rd degree burns if touched. Do you really want this in your infrared sauna? What happens if you or your child gets too close. Anytime a company has to stamp a heat caution on their heater, we would recommend looking elsewhere.
Near infrared food heat lamps. All you need to do is purchase a couple of these at your local hardware store and start sitting in front of them right?
We tested a near infrared food heat lamp...
These lamps are extremely dangerous and they are sold to be placed in can lights in your bathroom or in industrial food warming devices. Not to place 6-12 inches from your body. These lamps can cause 2nd and 3rd degree burns and produce very high EMF levels.
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EMF / ELF
With 40 years in the infrared sauna business, your health and safety is our number one focus. We don't provide disingenuous marketing tactics and we are heavily focused on producing a health product that are safe and effective. Our patented Tecoloy™ heaters are the only heaters on the market that are UL listed and have been tested to produce ultra low EMF and ELF levels. We spent an exponential amount of time with our R&D department developing controllers that are also low EMF.
Rest assured when you purchase an infrared sauna from Health Mate, you are receiving 40 years of expertise. This includes our extensive research on EMF and ELF from real organizations like World Health Organization, National Institute of Health and International Commission On Non-ionizing Radiation Protection Agency.