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Shielding Fabric – Wear

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Perfect for even sensitive skin, WEAR fabric dense cotton fabric for shielding high-frequency electromagnetic radiation. This fabric is made of high grade textiles and has been certified and tested in German laboratories. It feels pleasant and breathable on your skin and can be washed, ironed and processed.

For best care results, use TEXCARE detergent.

Color: White Raw materials: 90% cotton, 9.5% copper, 0.5% silver


Our comments:

Width is 4 ft 10 inches. Length is 7 feet. Colour is white.

This fabric is 90% cotton, with 9.5% copper and 0.5% silver. Supplier quotes 30 decibels of attenuation at 1 GHz which is equivalent to a reduction of 97%.

Wear is designed to be worn! Use it as garment linings, pillow cases, sheets, covers etc. It is supple and comfortable next to the skin, breaths well, can be washed, dried and ironed.

 

Where? No, Wear. Nowhere? No! Wear

 


November 14, 2014 | By | 1 Reply More

Naturell EMF Net Curtain Fabric

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Our comments:

Width is 8 ft 2 inches. Length is 6 ft 5 inches. Colour is a light beige (ecru-white).

Naturell is designed for use as a net curtain, or a curtain lining, but it can be used anywhere (indoors) to screen EMF. Supplier describes it as “semi-transparent”. It can be machine washed, and dried on the line.

Radio-frequency radiation from outside the house usually enters mainly through the windows, so screening your windows is the first thing to try, and often the most effective.

Netting will substantially reduce radiation coming through the window. Supplier quotes 35 decibels of attenuation at 1 GHz which equates to a 98% reduction.

Best used on windows which look out onto an EMF source such as a cell tower, or a neighbour’s wi-fi or perhaps a nearby wall which is reflecting EMF from somewhere else.

Consider fitting Naturell netting to your bedroom windows. We spend 8 hours in bed every day (more for children) so we may absorb most radiation while we sleep!

Naturell is also suited to screening EMF from the new 5.6 GHz (5600 MHz) wi-fi systems, so it is rather versatile.

EMF Shielding Fabric for your curtains. Completely Naturell!


November 12, 2014 | By | Reply More

New Daylite White Netting Radiation Screen

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Our comments:

Width is 8 ft 2 inches. Length: sold by the metre (3 ft 3 inches).

Ideal as a net curtain, this fabric is fairly transparent. Lets in plenty of light.

Although radio-frequency radiation does penetrate walls, and ceilings, most of the radiation that comes into a house from outside comes through the windows, because glass offers much less resistance than more solid materials.

So if you want to get the maximum EMF reduction for the minimum cash outlay, this kind of screening can be really effective.

Netting does not completely eliminate radiation coming through a window, but it will reduce it very substantially. Supplier quotes 30 decibel attenuation at 1 GHz, which means a 97% reduction, compared to what would have come through the window without the netting.

Radiation screen is used on windows which look out onto an EMF source such as a cell tower, or a neighbour’s wi-fi, or perhaps a nearby wall which is reflecting EMF from somewhere else.

It may also be a good idea to fit this kind of netting to bedroom windows, because much of the radiation we absorb reaches us while we are fast asleep in our beds!

Note – If you want to screen off EMF from a neighbours 5.6 GHz wi-fi, rather use the Naturell fabric which is more effective at this frequency.

PS. You can also buy this product in different lengths, from Amazon.

See-through net curtain for your windows – helps keep radiation outside your home.


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