Since its invention and subsequent patent, SPIRO material has been widely awarded and praised by many great scientific and invention organizations. Today, its creator tells us more about this technology.
José Joaquín Machado is the CEO of Noxtak, who reunited an interdisciplinary team that has collaborated in an initiative to find alternative solutions for electrosmog for several years.
Machado has been a researcher in electromagnetic fields since 2000. As an expert in environmental emissions from electrosmog, he has evaluated more than 30 cities in 14 countries, and more than 1,000 cases of EHS. He is the director of the EFEIA.org initiative and its EHE certification program. He is responsible for the creation of the ECO WIFI ZONE concept. He has 3 global patents for inventions for the electrosmog, among which the SPIRO material stands out.
In this article, the creator of this technology will answer the most frequently asked questions that arise around its creation.
When was SPIRO created?
The development of SPIRO began in 2013. Various types of tests were carried out over several years and nanotechnology development work was carried out until we were able to define the final formulation, which was finally presented in 2015 to the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) as a nanotechnology invention. The patent was finally approved in 2018.
In 2019, regional invention patent offices in countries such as South Korea, Canada, Japan, among others, were confirming this patent. Today SPIRO is a registered trademark in more than 100 countries in the world.
The SPIRO formulation was originally tested on over 300 Electrosensitive people and more than 37 case studies were conducted in Aruba and Curaçao in areas and people who were highly exposed to different sources of Electrosmog. This allowed us to test the effectiveness of the formulation for domestic, commercial, residential, and industrial purposes.
What is SPIRO?
It is a nanocomposite material that operates as a passive filter for electromagnetic waves from artificial sources, because it exhibits stable ferromagnetism at the nanoscale. Its natural magnetic anisotropy facilitates the spin polarization of elementary particles in electromagnetic waves, thanks to the spin-orbit interaction and Bloch walls. This process eliminates the harmful effects of non-ionizing radiation from artificial sources.
Where does the idea to create this material come from?
SPIRO is a material designed to filter the environment from artificial electromagnetic waves, which can be harmful to the body and the environment.
We know from scientific studies that the disturbing element that creates the so-called Electrosmog is not the intensity of the fields, is their artificial polarization. It’s this artificial polarization that produces the imbalance and disturbance of charges that alter the cell membrane and calcium channels, produces oxidative stress, and all the alterations in our body.
So, in light of this scientific evidence, SPIRO was invented as a non-aggressive solution that also allows us to continue using technologies. The way SPIRO does this is by naturally polarizing the waves that have an artificial polarization, but without affecting the trajectory of waves. We could say this material helps the fields of artificial sources to present behavior of electric and magnetic charges similar to that of fields emanating from natural sources
The axis or the main idea on which we relied to create it was the concept of the spin, first introduced by Ralph Kronig, George Eugene Uhlenbeck, and Samuel Goudsmit. They postulate that electrons rotate around an axis and this effect generates a field. As a consequence, each electron is, by nature, a small magnet due to the intrinsic magnetic field produced by the spin.
The existence of the spin in the electron is also confirmed by many experimental results; and the concept was extended to all sub-atomic particles, including protons, neutrons, and antiparticles.
Spin particles are said to have a magnetic moment reminiscent of an electrically charged rotating body. Ferromagnetism (magnetic ordering of all magnetic moments) then arises from the alignment of the spins in a solid material.
How does the material work? What is its effect?
All telecommunications and electrically powered devices produce electromagnetic radiation with artificial polarization.
The way in which the energy sources that feed all the technologies operate present a behavior and an oscillation of waves with altered spins, unlike those of the waves present in the natural electromagnetic spectrum.
We are commonly surrounded by these radiations from artificial sources whose propagation has artificially polarized magnetic charges and preferred orientations that don’t follow the natural polarization pattern that natural radiation carries.
Grouped materials with SPIRO formulation have a “preferred” orientation of their magnetic moments. That is, when a wave impinges on a material like this, its magnetization follows the variations of that wave, without abandoning the given preference. For example, in the case of telecommunications waves, the material generates a decrease in interferences and, since electromagnetic disturbances at the nanoscale are eliminated, the pattern and uniformity of propagation of the balanced radiation is improved.
In the same way, the uniform and balanced propagation pattern of radiation in the material reduces micro charges and fractures, which translates into an extension of the useful life of the electronic devices and appliances; especially in the electronic components of computers and devices of all kinds.
In summary, the SPIRO material has a stable nano-scale ferromagnetic property capable of producing a natural magnetic order and dominance, this leads to a balanced and natural re-polarization of all the fields that fall within its range of influence (near it). We can also say that this material aligns the spins of artificial fields naturally and orders a behavior in these fields similar to that manifested by natural fields.
How scalable is this technology?
SPIRO is applicable in different exposure scenarios; Also, it is compatible with all types of technologies and even tends to improve the operation and useful life of the devices, as we have mentioned before. When interacting with the material, a “residual” magnetic dominance effect is generated in the wave, and that residual ordering, in turn, generates a polarizing effect in other nearby fields which it interacts in its propagation until it finally loses the ordering acquired by going through the SPIRO material. All of this happens permanently in just milliseconds.
This is why we talk of a range of influence of the SPIRO technology greater than the diameter of the nanocomposite material used. That is, the residual magnetic ordering will be greater when the wave is faced with a larger amount of material. In the same way, the greater the amount of material, the more effective the magnetic dominance it will produce in the face of artificial radiation of higher power density.
Currently, we have “dosed” this material into specific products that are designed to handle emissions from different equipment and at different levels. We have from small cards for computers and personal devices, to discs of greater power to filter emissions from larger machines or several devices in a joint operation.
Here is the key to our technology, the amount of material applied in the form of films within PVC sheets, which determines the power of the SPIRO filter. This allows us to scale our solution to reach industrial levels of exposure to Electrosmog.
The core product, called the Spiro Card L2, has a filter effect enough to take care of the average emissions from up to 3 personal electronic devices, or a 5G chip phone. This product is the minimum available SPIRO power (Spiro power 1) and, from it, our research and evaluation team of the new technologies that emerge in the market work the formulations and determine the necessary power to effectively neutralize 100% the disturbing elements or electrosmog in a field emanating from artificial sources, both high and low frequency. Currently, we have reached SPIRO formulations of power 38.
What benefits does the use of SPIRO bring?
The benefits associated with using SPIRO are extensive. In the first instance, it protects people’s health by filtering the electromagnetic waves to which they are constantly exposed, protects the environment from the dangers of electromagnetic pollution, provides higher quality in telecommunications and connectivity, optimizes electricity consumption (helps saving energy), and provides greater durability to the technological devices you use.
SPIRO technology continues to evolve and at Noxtak we continue to work to make it a more widely known and used solution so that we can continue to contribute to a cleaner environment and to people who want to enjoy technology more healthily. In future articles, we will continue to talk about recent developments related to SPIRO.
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