The EMF meters we use in our home inspections … TriField, ESI 24, Stetzer Microsurge meter

Updated 12.23.2014

We created 3 videos for you to see our EMF meters in action.

Video 1 (TriField Meter)

Video 2 (ESI 24 Meter)

Video 3 (STETZERiZER® Microsurge Meter by Graham-Stetzer)

The videos convey a visual sense of how the meters are used. The following section outlines specific details on these meters…

Details on each of the Meters:

1. The Trifield ® Meter gaussmeter is our main device to measure magnetic fields, which can be tricky to measure. If a less sophisticated 1-axis gaussmeter is used, a reading of zero could result even where the field is strong. A 1-axis meter must be oriented correctly to measure the field (which is a vector). The 3-axis Trifield Meter solves that problem by measuring the true strength of the field regardless of which way it is oriented. Therefore, the Trifield Meter can be scanned rapidly across an area without having to stop at each point to search for the orientation that gives a maximum reading. Another section of the meter detects AC electric fields, which can exist independently of AC magnetic field. The third section detects radio/microwave, such as from a leaky microwave oven.

2. The unique ESI 24 meter checks for all 3 types of EMF: magnetic fields, electric fields, and radiowaves/microwaves simultaneously. RED / YELLOW / GREEN LED lights indicate EMF level. The meter has a loudspeaker that gives an audible indication of field strengths. Sound frequency/intensity changes with increasing field strengths. This unit does quick and easy localization of the sources of different types of EMF. The display shows 5 different levels, ranging from extremely low to too strong for prolonged exposure.

3. The STETZERiZER® Microsurge Meter detects and responds to low level high frequency voltages caused by transients and harmonics on power lines. The level of these voltages is measured in GS (Graham-Stetzer) units and varies with electrical equipment and loads. We use this device in conjunction with STETZERiZER® filters. Wherever the measurements are too high in the home, we plug in a filter. The average home needs 15 to 20 filters before its environment is effectively “cleaned up”.

We do EMF home and office inspections in Ontario Canada. We inspect houses, apartments, townhouses, and condominiums. We also do other types of inspections as requested.

We sell and install Stetzer filters and do EMF home inspections in Toronto Ontario and surrounding area.

Contact: Paul Singer
(905) 719-7030
Email Me

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