SPIRO®: A viable solution for 5G pollution

Given the fears and possible repercussions of implementing this new generation of telecommunications in terms of EMF pollution, we tell you how our technology can solve it

5G is here to stay and completely change the way we communicate: it will multiply the capacity of our information highways and will enable everyday objects to connect (with us and with each other) in real-time. The deployment of this new generation of telecoms represents a total technological revolution that would allow us to achieve unprecedented progress in all fields.

Now, there is some concern and certain public resistance to the full implementation of this technology, because the frequency for which it was originally conceived (millimeter waves or above 30 GHz) is very high and can lead to significant electromagnetic or EMF pollution that could affect both the environment and health.

Current 5G and what’s coming next

5G has already been implemented in the first phase in countries such as the United States, South Korea, China, Spain, Germany, Switzerland, among others. In this phase, 5G operates in the same window as 4G and WiFi, which is the Sub 6 band (below 6 GHz); however, it works at a slightly higher frequency than 4G. That means that the 5G currently operating has a frequency very similar to that of 4G and is even lower than the 5 GHz WiFi.

Now, as we commented previously, it is said that 5G in its second phase could come to operate in millimeter waves, and this is the reason why its implementation has generated so much concern in public opinion; since it is a fact that these waves carry a greater power in their propagation and, indeed, can cause biological damage.

Countering the effects of 5G with SPIRO® technology

SPIRO® technology works across the entire electromagnetic frequency spectrum. For example, the SPIRO® material can be scaled for any level of radiation intensity, including industrial and military levels.

The reason for this is that we work with applied nanomagnetism. In other words, we use attributes of certain nanoparticles that exhibit a natural magnetic dominance behavior at the nanoscale; so they are compatible with all the subatomic particles that propagate in an artificial electromagnetic wave and carry the imbalance that generates electromagnetic pollution.

In other words, when transferring information through telecommunications, technologies generate an artificial polarization and create an imbalance in the electrical charge of particles. It is here when SPIRO®, by using applied nanomagnetism, is able to operate as a passive filter that does not affect the trajectory of the waves but balances the charges and the magnetic disorientation those particles carry.

Protection even at the highest intensity levels

By working with magnetic dominance intensities, SPIRO® reacts at any level of frequencies in the spectrum. Obviously, the more intense the wave is, the highest dominance level it will take to generate the rearrangement we are looking for. That’s why, in order to meet higher levels of wave intensity, we increase the use of SPIRO® material depending on the case we are treating.

For example, to handle typical emission levels from personal devices, you’ll only need three protected SPIRO® films on a PVC card the same size as a credit card (SPIRO CARD®). That is enough to handle the standard intensity of the new 5G phones.

On the other hand, when it comes to much higher or industrial-level emissions, this technology needs to be scaled up. The way this is done is by adding more SPIRO® films, allowing much higher wave intensities to be dominated at nanomagnetic levels. This is known as a natural magnetic order.

For 2 years, we have tirelessly monitored the development of 5G technology and worked on a formulation to find the specific number of SPIRO® films needed to handle 5G electromagnetic exposures at their highest frequency. Today, we can announce that we have managed to specify the exact amount to be able to control this type of polluition generated by millimeter waves.

If you want to know more about our technology and its properties, we invite you to visit our products section.