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Magnetic Bracelets Strength
| At Calm N Comfy we want you to understand what you are buying rather than making spurious claims. We hope this page goes some way to filling in the blanks.|
|How is the Gauss strength Measured?|
An engineering instrument called a gauss meter is used to make a reading of a magnets gauss strength. It is possible for the person taking the reading to influence the result for example by applying different amounts of pressure on the magnet or varying the angle with the gauss meter needle.
|Raw or Protected - What does it Mean?|
Power referred to on this website is a magnets strength as specified by the manufacturer prior to any protective processes that are used on the magnets in bracelets, normally these processes are:
1) Capping, to prevent rust (required on neodymium magnets only).
2) Coating with protective epoxy to hold the magnet in place (on neodymium and samarium cobalt magnets).
On investigation to find out the facts for you we have found both of these processes have a lowering effect on the final power you get.
As with any magnetic goods supplier, there can sometimes be variations in the strength of any individual magnet. We always quote the raw, unprotected strength as this is a more reliable measure.
|Is Every Magnetic Bracelet With The Same Gauss Rating Equal?|
No. The magnets mass, size, and whether or not it is capped all have an influence on the bracelets effective power delivered to you. It is also belived by many that more magnets deliver a stronger effect.
A common technique used by many suppliers is to quote you only the average strength after capping for the cheaper copper bracelets, and to quote only the uncapped strength for the more expensive chain bracelets, to give the impression that the copper bangles are weaker. At Calm N Comfy we are always consistent.
A less common inaccuracy by some suppliers is to multiply magnetic strength by the number of magnets in the magnetic device. This results in a very high, but meaningless gauss quotation.
|Gauss Or Tesla?|
There are two common ways of describing the strength of magnets in magnetic bracelets. These are mTesla or Gauss. For an approximate conversion from mTesla simply multiply by ten, e.g. 170 mTesla = 1700 Gauss.
This is a quick and fairly accurate method if given the mTesla strength of magnetic bracelets is wanted in Gauss.
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