Infrared heating systems heat our body cells using infrared C radiation (electromagnetic waves). During this process, non-thermal electromagnetic smog is produced. The IR Converter vitalises the electromagnetic pollution of the heating system to a bio-resonance radiation and can thus enable a frequency regulation.
Service life: a minimum of 30 years
All infrared heating systems which have a direct impact on the human body, should be vitalised.
To vitalise e-smog from infrared heating systems, you need two Converters which have to be attached so that they are diagonally at a maximum of 3 metres distance from each other. The respective IR Converter should not be mounted further than 30 cm away from the devices which need to be vitalised. With this technique (2 chips - distance 3 metres), you can activate one or more heating plates simultaneously. (Activates all heating systems which are located between these two converters).
The IR Converter should be protected against excessive heat (above 60-70 degrees celsius). The Converter should therefore not be attached directly to the warming element. The outer or rear part of the respective infrared system is better suited for this purpose.