• About magnetic fields

About magnetic fields

Humans are, somehow, exposed to different magnetic fields every day. Examples are the fields from electrical devices and objects such as refrigerators, coffee makers, and telephones. Everyday exposure to magnetic fields is not considered dangerous to health but can occasionally create strong and intense fields that risk negative effects on the body's nerve signals. The magnetic fields that may cause damage to the nervous system are usually not seen in everyday contexts, but low magnetic fields, such as power lines, have been investigated due to the scientifically based theory that they could increase the risk of childhood leukemia. To reduce the risk of children developing leukemia, the Swedish Radiation Safety Authority has implemented recommendations for future community planning, such as:

  • Strive to design or locate new power lines and electrical facilities so that the exposure to magnetic fields is limited.

  • Avoid building new houses, schools, and preschools near electrical installations that increase magnetic fields.

  • Strive to limit magnetic fields that strongly deviate from what can be considered normal in homes, schools, preschools, and current work environments.


Ensure that your home is free from health-threatening magnetic fields. With Ecovisor F4, you can determine that your home, workplace, or other environments do not emit unhealthy magnetic fields. The Geiger counter analyzes existing levels and provides a reliable result.


Read more about the Ecovisor F4 here!


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