FAQs on SafeSpace Technology and Products


Can SafeSpace products be used together?

All of our technologies are designed to work together effectively to offer layered protection, like an expanding cocoon of harmonized resonance. For laptops and other mobile devices, the appliance patch kits will direct EMF correction at the source (the first layer of protection) — a practice we always recommend for ultimate neutralization of harmful EMF effects.


How do the products work?

Our products are based on principles of harmonic resonance and subtle energy and do not block EMFs but rather transform the fields. SafeSpace devices are not designed to block EMF fields but rather to generate a harmonic resonance to interact with fields and transform them at a subtle energy level. Our products are tested through measuring the positive effect on the body.


Can I measure the effectiveness of SafeSpace products with my EMF meter?

No current EMF meter is sensitive enough to show a change. Testing can be used to show the changed field effects on the body. This is why we use DNA and qualitative testing. Please do not test the products without understanding these principles. We have a 30-day return policy, as noted on the site.


Where are SafeSpace products made?

All the energetics and R&D testing that make our products work are done in the United States. We are dedicated to working with U.S. manufacturers whenever possible. Across our product lines, the component materials for our products are made in the United States. All final assembly, packaging and distribution are done in the United States.


Understanding EMF


Could you please define EMF?

EMF is the abbreviation for electromagnetic fields, which are often called EMFs — invisible electrical and magnetic forces. EMFs are a type of radiation that takes the form of waves.


What types of electromagnetic energy surround us?

Natural EMFs: The earth produces an electromagnetic field (EMF), as does the human body. These are also known as extremely low frequency ELFs. In fact, scientific research has demonstrated that every cell in your body may have its own EMF, helping to regulate important functions and keep you healthy. Natural EMFs or ELFs are low in intensity; for example, a healthy human body resonates with the earth's magnetic field at around 10 hertz.


Artificial EMFs: Human technologies — from hairdryers and cell phones to high-voltage wires — create powerful EMFs. These strong EMFs have been shown to disturb the human body’s natural energetic field. We’re exposed to 100 million times greater artificial EMF radiation than our grandparents were, and that exposure grows each year.

There are two parts to an electromagnetic field (EMF): an electric field and a magnetic field.


The electric field is:

  • Created by electric charges, or voltage (the force of the electricity)
  • Always there when an appliance is plugged in (even if the appliance is turned off)
  • Able to be shielded or blocked by metal housing and other barriers.
  • Measured in units of hertz.

The magnetic field is:

  • Created by moving electric charges (electric current)
  • Only there when the appliance is operating (when current is flowing)
  • Hard to shield: can penetrate steel, concrete and human bodies (Human bodies have the same permeability as air when it comes to magnetic fields, which is why x-rays work.)
  • More powerful when it is created by more powerful current
  • Measured in units of gauss (G) or milliGauss (mG), which is one-thousandth of a gauss.


Do I still need EMF Protection if I use a DSL internet connection, or is DSL somewhat safe, like a phone line?

A DSL connection into a home does not prevent the EMFs from the electrical lines and electronics, so it's still wise to protect your home space. Even phone lines can be an issue if they are wireless handsets. Most of us live in areas where our neighbor’s wireless signals travel into our space, and external EMF sources also can penetrate inside space. The SafeSpace EMF Plug and Radiant Room products provide optimum whole space protection.


Do I still need protection if an interior room doesn’t have electric appliances generating EMFs?

Yes, interior spaces require protection from external EMF sources such as smart meters, cell towers, high-tension power lines, nearby wireless networks and geopathic stress (toxic earth energy fields radiating into the building).