The KF Plasma Field Unit consists out of the same balls and the same technology like the KF Portable Field Unit, in total 4 acrylic-balls are used. The difference between Portable Plasma Field Unit and Plasma Field Unit is the framework, on which the balls and the controllers are mounted, this is exactly the same framework, which is used for the KF Plasma Ball Unit (Base frame: Laser cut, powder coated steel, performed by SMW, ISO 14001:2004 and ISO 9001:2008 certified. Tube Frame: Carbon fibre tubes, laminated, epoxy resin, Ø30mm with 1,5mm wall thickness and Ø18mm (1,5mm wall thickness)).
Inside this acrylic-balls, there are nanocoated copper coils (incl. GANSes on them) out of single 0,3mm nanocoated copper strands, which are connected to a power supply. The acrylic- balls are connected with each other and with the power supply, by standard 0,75mm² stranded copper wire cables. Inside the power supply, there is a plasma converter and there are 4 standard voltage controllers, each for every ball. When the power supply is switched on, 12VDC maximum are applied to the above mentioned coils. There is no measurable electric current flowing in the entire system, because the ends of the cables are inside the balls and are open, without any physical load.
Inside the KF Plasma Field Unit, there can be placed a chair, where a human body can be placed and is surrounded by fields. Additionally it can be placed on a massage bed and can be combined with the elements of the portable plasma field unit. There is not physical contact between the 4 balls and a body. The flow between the single balls can be controlled by changing the voltage.
*The chair and bed displayed in the image are not included.
Orders for this products must be paid to:
NAME: Keshe Foundation Manufacturing Austria GmbH
CITY: Altenberg bei Linz
IBAN: AT51 3400 0000 0390 4182
BANK: Raiffeisenlandesbank Oberösterreich AG
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