Workers’ exposure to electromagnetic fields must be monitored for their safety in a wide range of industrial areas, machinery and manufacturing processes.
Some examples include induction heating, welding systems and processes, radio frequency (RF) heating, tempering and drying equipment, chemical processes (electrolysis), etc. Home appliances also generate electromagnetic fields that must be measured and evaluated before they can be put on the market.
– EN 50519 (induction heating)
– IEC/EN 62822-1, IEC/EN 62822-2 and IEC/EN 62822-3 (welding)
– IEC 62233 (household appliances)
– IEC 62493 (lighting)
– EN 50527 (workers bearing active implantable medical devices), etc.