Graham Stetzer Electri-clearing Technology

Dr. Weeks Comment:  Electrical Pollution

 

YOU ARE BEING EXPOSED TO ELECTRICAL POLLUTION

without your knowledge.

 

EDUCATE YOURSELF AND PROTECT YOURSELF

AND YOUR LOVED ONES.

 

 

Read about the potential effects of electrical pollution at Weeksmd.com where you can

search the terms “electrical” or “electric pollution” or “wifi” or “cell phone” etc.

 

For starters, read http://weeksmd.com/2012/06/58th-of-an-inch-dont-let-your-cell-phone-kill-you/

 

 

 

Your tools for ElectroClearing your home of Electrical Pollution

 

1) THE GRAHAM STETZER METER

2) THE GRAHAM STETZER FILTERS “STETZERiZER”

 

 

1) THE GRAHAM STETZER METER

Microsurge Meter Operating Instructions 
The intellectual property behind the Microsurge meter belongs to the individual who conceived and designed the meter: Professor Martin Graham. The Microsurge meter:

  • Works for 60 Hz/120 Volt North American and 50 Hz/240 A.C. Volt European systems.
  • LCD display reads the Volts per second present, which is an approximation for the high frequency energy. High frequencies are the frequencies which are most harmful to equipment, animals, and humans.
  • The good, marginal, and undesirable range of meter readings are conveniently listed on the back of the Microsurge meter.

Electrosensitive people have reported sensitivities with readings as low as 27 on the Microsurge meter. However, medium or even low Microsurge meter readings should not be interpreted as a guarantee that there is no harmful health impact; only a medical expert can determine that. Caution is required. Some harmful health effects of high frequency energy on humans appear to be cumulative, and possibly non-reversible. Science is inconclusive in this area, although the body of empirical evidence available for guidance continues to expand and stabilize.

 

Microsurge Meter Design Criteria

Microsurge meters were specifically deigned as a companion to the STETZERiZER filters. The meters measure the level of harmful electromagnetic “energy” present, and their primary use is to guide effective filter installation. Microsurge meters are low cost, robust, and easy to use by non-technical people. The meters were designed to measure harmonics and other high frequency “energy” present, which are the frequencies most detrimental to human health. The meters effectively ignore the effects of 60 Hz power and other lower, less harmful frequencies. Specifically, the meter measures the average magnitude of the changing voltage as a function of time (dV/dt), which naturally emphasizes transients and other high frequency phenomena that change rapidly with time. The measurements of dV/dt read by the meter are defined as G-S (Graham-Stetzer) units (since no standard term is available). The G-S units are a measure of “harmful energy” which is a function of frequency, or more generally, rate of change of voltage or dV/dt.

 

Using the Microsurge Meter for a Typical Home Installation

Microsurge meters measure the levels of safe, borderline, or dangerous levels of “energy” present. These levels are conveniently shown on the back of the meter for reference. These levels have been developed through research (much of it in Russia and neighboring countries) and confirmed by experience in North America. The levels have been adopted by the Sanitory Stations (Health Departments) of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

 

Starting from points that typically have the highest readings such as the power input panel, computers, and televisions, the meter is used to measure the initial levels of G-S energy and reduction as filters are added. Once the G-S levels are acceptable at one location, the process should be repeated at the next location. After the installation of the filters is complete, a final confirmation of the G-S levels should be performed throughout the house.

 

 

 

2) THE GRAHAM STETZER FILTERS “STETZERiZER”

 

The STETZERiZER filter is based upon 100 year-old science and power engineering principles. Newly introduced is the design, which is focused on the needs of the customers in homes, offices, schools, etc. Filters have been extensively applied for decades by industrial users and the electric utility industry itself. The STETZERiZER filter is designed to filter harmonics and other high frequency current (trash) from the electrical environment, thereby reducing the potential for leakage into the human environment and creating additional trash in non-liner loads (televisions, computers, variable frequency drives, energy-efficient lighting, etc.). The high frequency current (trash) on the neutral wire in the electrical system is positioned to return directly to the power system via the feeder neutral to the substation, and possibly beyond. However, as is often the case, the utility feeder neutral is not adequately sized (as required by the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin). If this is the case, much of the return current will flow through the ground rather than the feeder neutral. Under these conditions, the STETZERiZER filters still provide benefits; this should be seen as local mitigation rather than part of a complete solution that requires an adequately sized neutral return. At 60 Hz the filters act as capacitors and normally marginally improve the power factor of the customer load, which are normally slightly inductive.

 

STETZERiZER Filter Installation Instructions

 

STETZERiZER Filters are very easy to install on your own.

 

Follow these instructions to maximize filter effectiveness.

NOTE: Many homes may not have enough open outlets to install the number of filters needed to clean up the home. If this is the case, purchase several power strips and plug your electronic devices into them using electric Ts. Then install filters in the power strips as per the instructions below.

NOTE: Contrary to what Americans are being told, compact fluorescent light bulbs (the curly “energy efficient” bulbs) are NOT recommended and should be removed. See Compact flourescent bulbs for more info. Despite the romantic ambiance, dimmer switches are NOT recommended and should be swapped for normal switches or 3 step switches (low med high) See dimmer switches for more info.

 

Now get started testing your home and work space to clear out electronic smog. Start by plugging in the Graham Stetzer Meter in every outlet of your home and garage during a time of normal electrical use (7PM is recommended). Record each number in a map like manner to identify which outlet you measured.

 

Plug in 2 Stetzerizer filters between each high use item (computer TV sound system microwave etc.) and the rest of the electrical grid as follows: Turn on the electronic devices (TV computer etc) and get a reading with the Graham Stetzer Meter. Then plug in power strip to wall outlet and plug in Stetzerizer filter in the same outlet on the wall below where the powerstrip was plugged in. Then the second Stetzerizer filter should be plugged in on the power strip outlet closest to the wall. The TV and computer etc. can be plugged in the power strip distal to the second Stetzerizer filter.   Then, with the TV etc still on, get a reading from the closest outlet and compare to its previous reading. Repeat throughout your home and garage. Note that Graham Stetzer filter readings can fluctuate since your readings are affected by the electrical usage of your neighboring homes/apartments which are sharing your grid.

 

GENERALLY WE FIND:

The average house requires 20 GS filters, 4 power strips and 6 electric Ts.

 

One filter should be installed in power strips where each of the following electronic devices is located:

  • Hair Dryer
  • Mixer
  • Blender

 

Two filters should be installed in power strips where each of the following electronic devices is located:

  • Personal Computer
  • Laptop Computer
  • Inkjet Printer
  • Fax Machine
  • Personal/Home Office Copier
  • Entertainment Center (TV, VCR, DVD, Stereo, etc.)

 

Three filters should be installed in power strips where each of the following electronic devices is located:

  • Laser Printer
  • Large Office Copier

 

One filter should be installed in an outlet on each wall of the rooms you spend the most time in, especially bedrooms. Other rooms where this should be done may include your living room, kitchen, den, etc. Two phases of current are used to supply utility power to your home: A phase and B phase. One filter should be installed in an outlet on each phase of current as close as possible to the main electrical panel in your home. Most homes will have one electrical outlet dropped down directly from the main panel; installing a filer in this outlet will take care of one current phase. For maximum effectiveness, call your local electrician and have him or her drop another outlet down from the panel on the other phase, then install a filter in that outlet as well. When these directions are followed, a sufficient number of STETZERiZER Filters should be installed to effectively clean up the average home and work space.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT HEALTH PROUCTS, SEE  WWW.SAFALAB.COM

 

 

Post Comment