Test meters: We provide a full line of easy-to-use EMF test meters. The choice of meter depends on your specific needs and budget. For help deciding which meter is best for you, visit our our meter comparison page for information on meters, features and costs.
Rental Meters: We also rent these EMF meters, to help make testing affordable for more people. Meter rentals are for seven-day periods. We ship via UPS, FedEx or USPS to anywhere in the US.
Tested and Certified Meters: Every meter that we ship from our California office has been individually checked and certified by us for proper operation. This is something that no one else does, and it is important, because quality control is a bit less than desirable in this industry.
What you can do about the EMFs: Once you know the levels and sources of the EMFs, then you can begin to reduce your exposures. For example, you can rearrange your home to avoid the highest EMF locations, and place your beds, couches and chairs in the lowest exposure areas. There are the three general approaches to reducing EMFs, listed here in descending order of effectiveness…
Priority #1. Don’t use it! Remove it. Unplug it. Turn it off. Find a non-EMF alternative. Nothing reduces an EMF exposure better than to simply not emit the field in the first place. This may be especially important in the bedroom, where people spend a third of their life time.
Priority #2. Increase distance from sources! The sources will become more obvious when you test with a meter. Use the test meter to determine exactly how far you need to back away from the source to get out of its field. Rearrange your environment accordingly.
Priority #3. Install shielding! In general, shielding is your last resort, because it is usually not as effective as simply turning off the source or increasing your distance from it. When needed, we provide shielding materials, as well as consultations to help you install it properly. This is important, because improper shield placement can actually increase the fields. We recommend that you use a test meter to verify that your shielding has actually reduced the levels.