Greenwave filters remove dirty electricity, also known as electromagnetic interference (EMI) and dirty power, from building wiring before it radiates potentially harmful electromagnetic fields (EMFs) into rooms.
The filters are made with the highest quality components and materials to ensure maximum dirty electricity filtration. The circuitry in the filters deploys classic capacitance technology designed to “short out” (or shunt) dirty electricity, while allowing standard 60-Hertz electrical current to pass through the filter unimpeded. The filters are most effective at reducing electrical noise (EMI) between 1 kHz and 30,000 kHz (i.e., 30 MHz).
Greenwave dirty electricity filters were designed by a team of EMI experts, including the research and development team of a notable U.S. defense contractor (a leader in EMI filtration) and Richard Ozenbaugh, author of the landmark book EMI Filter Design.