Moose Web Clients – Your EMF Guide : Creating a Radiation Free Bedroom Video : Leonard Stafford
Your EMF Guide Video – Creating a Radiation Free Bedroom – Leonard Stafford
GPA is a fibreglass mesh with metal woven through it that is coated in Geovital’s electrically conductive T98 Alpha shielding paint.
GPA reduces electromagnetic high frequency (RF) radiation exposure in buildings from common sources like mobile phone towers, wi-fi, smart meters, cordless phones, radar, airport navigation systems, etc. It can also be used to shield against low frequency electric fields, often produced by internal wiring.
GPA can be applied on walls, ceilings and potentially, flooring:
- under timber cladding
- placed inside wall, ceiling and floor structures
- placed under carpet
- as reinforcement mesh in ETIC systems
- as reinforcement mesh in rendering
GPA provides effective shielding against electronic pollution. It can achieve a reduction of over 99% in the amount of high frequency (RF) radiation and reduces low frequency electric fields dramatically (See test report: University of German Armed Forces). As well as being alkali resistant, it has a high tensile strength.