Nikken Magnetic Technology has been developed in different forms: Field Gradient Technology, EQL (Equilateral) Technology, Magnetic Biaxial Rotation, RAM™ Technology, DynaFlux™ Magnetic Technology, and SpyderRAM™ Technology. Each form offers different characteristics and is adapted to the appropriate products.
Static magnets compared to electromagnetic technology
One feature that all Nikken magnetic technologies and products have in common is that they employ static magnets. A static or permanent magnet is a solid material that has intrinsic magnetism. As such, a static magnet retains its magnetism permanently. Static magnets are available in a variety of strengths.
In contrast, an electromagnet relies on an electric current to produce the magnetic field. Because electricity can create a magnetic field, this effect is also found in many objects that use electricity. This alternating (instead of constant) field is responsible for what is called electromagnetic noise. Many scientists and medical authorities consider electromagnetic noise to be potentially harmful to human health.
All magnetic Nikken products rely solely on static magnets, including those which employ electricity. The electric current is not used to create the magnetic field. The safety record of static magnets is well established.
Magnetic energy is part of the natural environment for all living things. Earth’s magnetic field is also recognised as a protective barrier against dangerous radiation from space.
The precise mechanism of action of magnetic energy on the human body is unknown, although numerous theories exist. Clinical studies have indicated that magnets hold promise in the development of new, scientific approaches to many of the challenges of modern life.
Magnetic Equalising Technology is a principle based on the fact that human contact with Earth’s magnetic field has been disrupted and attenuated by the artefacts of modern civilisation. This technology seeks to counterbalance that effect, and produce an environment that more closely corresponds to the natural magnetic field that has surrounded humans for millennia.