Curatron 2000 HT70 G – 7 mT – 7000 μT
Curatron 2000 XP100 G – 10 mT – 10,000 μT
Curatron 2000 XPSE150 G – 15 mT – 15,000 μT
Curatron 2000 PC150G – 15 mT – 15,000 μT
Curatron 2000 3D500 G – 50 mT or 50,000 μT
Bemer 3000< 1G  to 100 μT
QRS0.4 G – 40 μT
IMRS< 1G  to 100 μT

One of the things that our competitors fail to discuss openly on their websites is intensity or power.

When we measure magnetism, we measure “magnetic induction” or “magnetic flux density”

It’s unfortunate that the industry uses both terms Gauss and Tesla and these two measurement systems are different. Both Nikola Tesla and Carl Friedrich Gauss contributed significantly to the world of science and each is honored with the use of his name as a unit of measurement. For the record, there are 10,000 Gauss in One Tesla.

Tesla has replaced Gauss as the primary measurement of magnetic induction and one Tesla equals 10 gauss. Ben Philipson, the creator of the Curatron has done a great job of trying do de-myth the world at his website which was created solely to explain the technology of PEMF Therapy.

We also need to understand our decimal system, we talk about milliTesla “mT” and micro Telsa “μT” and some makers use the terms interchangeably. Let’s just say that there are 1,000,000 μT in a Tesla and there are 1,000 mT in a Tesla so one mT is 1000 times larger than 1 μT. If we were talking dollars, we’d take more care in the terms we use.

Briefly let me talk about the energy levels from the major brands of PEMF systems.

The Curatron 2000 PC generates:

  • With its Very High Energy Coil –  1000 Gauss or 100,000 μT)
  • With Therapy Pad – 400 Gauss or 40,000 µT
  • With Full Mattress – 150 Gauss or 15,000 µT

To see the range of Curatron 2000 models << Click Here >>. It’s important to note that the Curatron 2000 is a family of products including the:

Our competitors seem to fail to mention the huge capability and range of capability of the Curatron family of products.

Simply put the Curatron is in an entirely separate class.
Important Links:
Wikipedia: Carl Friedrich Gauss
Wikipedia: Nikola Tesla

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