Electromagnetic Field Testing
We perform testing for electromagnetic fields for job sites and homeowners.
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We test for EMF at home and at work
Electromagnetic Field Testing Consultant ~~~
IAQ-EMF Consulting Inc. is a consulting firm that performs electromagnetic field testing at client sites throughout the United States, Canada and the Caribbean. For the past 20 years, our Electromagnetic Fields testing Consultant has conducted electromagnetic field studies (EMF) at numerous locations.
Our primary investigator is a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) and Certified Safety Professional (CSP) with many years of experience in the field. Our company conducts electromagnetic field testing in businesses and homes around the world. 🌎
Where do we test for EMF? We test in electric power plants, nuclear power plants, manufacturing plants of all kinds, automobile manufacturers, public utilities, office buildings, cell towers , food processors, big box retailers, steel mills, underground mines, metal fabricators, and of course in some residences.
What is EMF? EMF is an abbreviation for electromagnetic fields. Electromagnetic fields (EMFs) are invisible areas of energy, often referred to as non-ionizing radiation, that are associated with the use of electrical power and various forms lighting and radiofrequency (RF) emissions. RF includes cell towers and broadcast antennas.
What is Electromagnetic Field Testing? It is the measurement of the frequency and field strength of EMF in the workplace, at home and in the living environment.
Why is EMF Testing necessary? Humans are exposed to EMF on a daily and continual basis. People with electronic medical implants, such as those with a pacemaker, defibrillator, brain stimulator or insulin pump are at some risk of interference (EMI) with the proper functioning of their device by strong EMF.
Additionally, we are industrial hygienists who test for noise, chemical exposure, and indoor air quality (IAQ). Visit our sister website at www.IndoorAirSite.com to learn more about our capabilities.