If you're concerned about microwave radiation leaking from your microwave oven, our professional electricians can test your microwave for leakage. At ETS, we use specialised equipment to test microwaves for leakage on-site.
Microwave radiation is a type of electromagnetic radiation, which means it is made up of waves of electric and magnetic energy. Microwave radiation is used in microwave ovens to heat food.
Microwave ovens are safe to use if they are properly maintained and used according to the manufacturer's instructions. However, it is possible for microwaves to leak from the oven and cause health problems.
Leakage from a microwave oven can occur if the door is not properly sealed, or if the oven is damaged. Microwave radiation can also leak through cracks and openings in the oven.
Microwave radiation is a type of non-ionizing radiation. This means that it does not have enough energy to break apart molecules or cause cancer. However, microwave radiation can cause other health problems, such as burns, cataracts, and interference with pacemakers.
We can also provide you with advice on how to reduce the risk of microwave radiation leaking from your oven. For example, you can make sure the door is properly sealed and the oven is not damaged.
If you have any further questions about microwave radiation or leakage testing, please don't hesitate to call us on 1300 30 49 59 for more information on our microwave testing services.