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Electromagnetic fields

Protection from electromagnetic fields

Electromagnetic fields are created when electric current flows. In particular in the low-frequency range, harmful environmental effects can result from public power supply sites (high voltage/power lines, transformer stations), rail power systems (supply, overhead, contact lines) and power stations (e.g. hydroelectric power plants).

We offer you measurements and assessments of low-frequency fields for work and general public protection and also for any impairments of technical installations.

The scope of our services

Measurement of electric and magnetic fields in the low-frequency range for work protection in accordance with BGV B11 (German Workplace Guidelines for Health and Safety in the Workplace)

Measurement of electric and magnetic fields in the low-frequency range for protection of general public in accordance with 26th BimSchV (German Federal Emission Control Ordinance) 

Preparation of expert reports in the context of environmental audits and development plans

References

Work protection according to BGV B11 (German Workplace Guidelines for Health and Safety in the Workplace):
Paulaner Brewery (gas-insulated pipeline), Langwied, Munich
Schefenacker AG, Schwaikheim plant
Office and doctors’ surgery block MK1 Nymphenburg, Munich
Sparda Bank, Arnulfstraße, Munich

Protection of general public in accordance with 26th German Federal Pollution Control Ordinance (BimSchV):  
Erding Ring Closure railway
Siemens site Hofmannstraße in Munich
Hydroelectric power station Freisinger Landstraße, Munich

Transformer stations Munich:
-Theodor-Kitt-Straße
-Netzerstraße
-Landsbergerstraße

Railway lines:
-Nordbahnhof (northern railway station) Ingolstadt
-Hauptbahnhof (main railway station) Nuremberg
-Orleanpark at Ostbahnhof (eastern railway station) Munich

Development plans:
-Birketweg, Hischgarten, Knorr-Bremse in Munich
-Innovationspark, former loading yards in Augsburg

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