Radiofrequency EMF Survey

The EMF levels are changing every second, so to provide the most accurate readings we take several readings in each room, as well as any outdoor areas that belong to the property, over a certain period of time.

In the report, you will see all readings taken in each room, as well as the average value and how the highest recorded reading compares to the international guidelines {ICNIRP) as well as Salzburg building biology reference levels.

Radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (RF EMF) is the term used to describe the part of the electromagnetic spectrum comprising the frequency range from 100 kHz to 300 GHz.
Non-ionizing RF EMF fields are used in a variety of technologies, most widely for communication purposes (e.g. mobile phones, base stations, Wi-Fi routers, 5G/4G/3G/2G, security devices); medicine (e.g. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) equipment); heating purposes (e.g. microwave ovens); wireless power transfer.
Nonionizing radiation means that the radiation does not have enough energy to cause direct damage to DNA, however, it has the ability to heat tissue. Electromagnetic fields are also present everywhere in our environment – the earth, sun, and ionosphere are all natural sources of EMF. Radiofrequency EMF travels, expands, and can bounce off of certain materials or get attracted by them. This means that measuring radiofrequency EMF can be sometimes tricky, especially when assessing the long term exposure risk in our homes. The good news is, if high levels of radiofrequency EMF are detected in our homes, they can be shielded. The EMF survey has to be done thoroughly and by a trained EMF specialist to make sure no hotspots are missed.

Once the EMF survey is done, we will consult the results right away, either via phone or in person, and the official report usually follows the same day. Our team of EMF consultants will available to assist from start to finish seven days a week, even after the survey is completed.