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Non-ionizing Radiation
Measurement Service

Non-ionizing Radiation
Measurement Service

Non-ionizing Radiation
Measurement Service

In the 5G data era, the amount of wireless data transmission is increasing day by day, and radio base stations and wireless routers are also everywhere. Does the non-ionizing radiation emitted by these devices have an impact on human health?

The World Health Organization defines non-ionizing radiation as a category 2B "possible carcinogen", but at the same time "not enough evidence" to prove that it can cause cancer in the human body. To sum up the practice of saying that reducing the human body's exposure to non-ionizing radiation will be more safe for health.

The workshop uses the German testing standard The Standard of Building Biology Testing Methods SBM-2015 (The Institute of Building Biology + Sustainability in Germany) to test the electric field data (V/m) of the premises to assess whether the non-ionizing radiation of the premises is harmful to the human body Health has an impact.

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    Services include:

  • Onsite non-ionizing radiation testing
  • Provide test report
  • Carry out improvement works

 

Testing standard: *The Standard of Building Biology Testing Methods SBM-2015 (The Institute of Building Biology + Sustainability in Germany)

 

In October 2001, the World Health Organization issued a report on the relationship between ultra-low frequency electromagnetic fields and cancer. Ultra-low frequency electromagnetic fields are "possible carcinogens"; however, it also shows that there is currently "not enough evidence" to accurately and conclusively compare other cancers with ultra-low frequency electromagnetic fields. Correlation of low-frequency electromagnetic fields. From Wiki

 

Health hazards of electromagnetic radiation 


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