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Personal Filters for Live-line Workers to Mitigate the Biologic Impact of the Low Frequency Magnetic Field

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Except the physiological effects the magnetic field of industrial frequency produces biological effects as well, at values much lower, as resulting from some laboratory analyses combined with epidemiological studies. An alternative survey was initiated by the Russian scientists who discovered the subtle field accompanying the electromagnetic fields as being responsible for the biological negative effects. The Ancu Dinca filters, based on organic macromolecules derived from plants, neutralize the negative effects of the magnetic fields by reducing the subtle fields.

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Transmission & Distribution Construction, Operation and Live-Line Maintenance, 2006. ESMO 2006. IEEE 11th International Conference on

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15-19 Oct. 2006