Introducing the NCB Pro

Introducing the NCB Pro

On April 10, 2022, the inventor of the NCB, Andrew McAfee, introduced the NCB Pro solution for whole-home grounding conductor protection.

  • Ground your body more safely with the NCB Pro.
  • Stops foreign and local current on home grounding conductors.
  • Powerful protection for grounding system:
  • Requires professional installation.
  • Essential prerequisite before using grounding mats, grounding sheets, EMF canopies– & more!
  • Works in North America, Europe and the rest of the world.



R Blank 0:03
Hey everyone. Welcome this gorgeous Sunday to the webinar about the introducing the NCB Pro, which is a revolutionary new piece of technology invented by Andrew McAfee, who is here to to explain it all to you today. So I’ll hop back on at the end with some additional information about the business side of the NCP Pro, but for now, Andrew please take it away.

Andrew McAfee 0:32
Thank you r it is a pleasure to be here. Welcome everyone. And it is my pleasure to introduce you the NCP Pro, the nuisance current blocker

This is simple and effective, providing a solution where none have existed before. The NCP pro removes all three major categories caused by current flowing ungrounded conductors. Of course contact current you’re making physical touch of a wire or a mat or shielding paint or an appliance, it removes that contact current. It removes the dirty electricity that is in that current wave and the magnetic fields that are caused by current flowing. The NCB is the only device available that stops current magnetic fields and dirty electricity on grounding conductors, either from local home sources, like when your breakers are on and you have appliance leakage current, or if there are foreign sources, and your breakers are totally off from the multi grounded neutral system. current is flowing all over our surfaces of our home from the electrical grid. We need to stop. Right now there is nothing stopping this current other than the NCB. There’s also local sources of current from our home, getting on our home wiring. That’s creating magnetic fields, especially if you have a client and there’s a magnetic field around their sleeping area. And you’ve got all the breakers off. What are you going to do? Well the NCB pro stops this current on equipment grounding conductors, which will remove its associated magnetic field and dirty electricity. Here’s a little bit of how it works. There’s a gas just starts to an inductor and a resistor. Fortunately, I developed this for your flexibility. There are screws here where you can change this resistor. Or you can just put a jumper across this and have no resistor at all. If you want to have the current coming in, it will stop at this resistor, or if you want to change it to where it becomes just a filter, and there’s some that comes through the filter will choke some of those dirty electricity frequencies. Now what happens in a fault condition, we need to have all of the current come through as fast as possible. And this is where if a voltage threshold is met, the gas discharge tube will immediately light up and bring that current through to trip a breaker. Here’s a schematic and we’re going to take a look at how does this actually look. Here’s our guest, it starts to the inductor and the resistor. And of course this is in series with an equipment grounding conductor to an appliance. Current usually will come in through that inductor and hit that resistor and stop. That’s what the NCB Pro does is it stops current on grounding conductors. And if you want to adjust it of course, you can allow some current to go through being filtered fault conditions. The guest is to tube lights up and bang right to the breaker to trip it immediately. Here’s a very short little video to show you a little about how this will be installed. To give you a better idea of what we’re talking about. Here’s a sub panel for an HVAC system. This is the equipment grounding conductor its bare current is coming in on that so we need to take something and put some shielding around it or a tubing, a non conductive tape whatever you want over that equipment grounding conductor to make sure that it doesn’t touch anything else in that panel. Then we install the NCB here I’m using a barrel with a twist down so you can get a nice good tight grip. And of course if you’re using something like this you need to put some tape around it because it is also conductive and that current coming in on that equipment grounding conductor will touch you to the frame or another equipment grounding conductor and leak that current through Once you have that taped, the next step is simply take the other end of the NCB and tie it into the equipment grounding conductor busbar, tighten it down, and then pack it nicely into the panel. And you’re done. It’s that simple. We’re talking about a problem here that even the Electrical Power Research Institute recognizes as a significant issue. return current on the primary side of the transformer goes through the Earth.

This may be a surprise to you, or maybe you’ve heard of this. Well, how much you think of that actually goes through the Earth. EPRI says 60% of the primary return current is expected to go back through the earth. And in some locations, over 80% is returning to the substation. That’s a massive amount of current in the earth. And this is the normal operating day of how the power grid is established. Here’s a little closer look at what we’re talking about. Here’s a transformer. And the way this has configured the return current on this neutral. So here’s the primary hot that comes out hits the transformer and this is the return current neutral back to the substation. So when return current is pushed here, it also is pushed into the earth. At every point that that neutral is grounded, it’s also being pushed into the earth, all the way back to the substation. These pathways through the earth are like rivers of current, I doused a backyard, and these are all the about two or three feet apart. These are all the little rivers have current that are focused on these ground rods, this is a transformer. This is one grounded point where river, so if current are flowing to and from that point, and here’s the house grounding conductor. And those rivers are also swimming towards it. And of course, you can see here, these cross and this is a high current zone. So if you want to ground somewhere in the backyard, you want to be between these current flows. We’re going to look at this transformer now and want you to understand that there’s a primary side and a secondary side, the primary side is the grid, high voltage side of the transformer. And then there’s the secondary side of the transformer which is the 240 volt side, which is the low voltage side that feeds your house. And this green wire is the bond between the primary and the secondary. This primary to secondary allows primary current to flow over the secondary neutral ground conductor, which is grounded Of course, it’s stuck into the earth at the transformer at sometimes at the meter, but it’s required by the NEC to be connected at the Earth at our home service entrance. My cold also says the practice of the utility to connect this primary utility neutral to the secondary is a dangerous practice. So we’re looking at here we have the primary flows coming in. And it goes back on the neutral, but it also goes to the earth. And it takes this jumper onto our neutral into our home grounding system and also into the earth. Mike Holt, I can’t think of a more dangerous practice than to take a current carrying conductor than neutral and bonded to metal parts of the electrical system. This is an NEC requirement National Electrical Code. The practice of bonding a current carrying conductor to metal parts is essentially dangerous in buildings that has a swimming pool. And he’s made a proposal and well at least he intends to make a proposal to the code making bodies to prohibit the bonding of the neutral to metal parts at any location in a building. Donald’s Ipsy and prestigious electrical engineer who basically was a forensic diagnostics, would you call him in if people die and lakes or swimming pool accidents? It was a forensics electrical. You know, he troubleshooted the whole thing and figure out why did this person die. Since the neutral is connected to all the equipment ground connections at the service panel, primary current is now permitted to flow over the equipment ground circuit. So we’re looking at equipment grounding systems. And this is one of the major problems associated with it. Here’s our primary side of the transformer and here’s that bond that comes in and jumps right onto our neutral. So primary side recurrent comes in our neutral to our grounding electrode conductor, our ground rod. And also right here the main bonding jumper jumps onto our electric or equipment grounding conductors in our home. And if there’s a well pump or something that’ll be a circuit but we also have cable internet phone bonds and water pipes and everything else connected to this system as well. That is a pathway for the utilities primary return

current, multi grounded neutral system. That’s the grid, water pipes and leukemia. The EPRI said research described in this paper indicates that the multi grounded neutral systems required for electrical distribution in the United States. Exposure to contact current means touching surfaces that are basically have current on them. Especially the residential water fixtures during bathing should be considered as a serious candidate for explaining the reported association between magnetic fields and childhood leukemia. This guy has found what they believe is the greatest cause of leukemia, and is the multi grounded Nutrisystem coming in on waterpipes to bathing areas. So what this looks like is here’s our transformer. And here’s the neutrals that feeds one house. And here’s a neutral the feeds another house, guess what joins them together? Yes, the water pipe. And the code says that you have to have that bonded at the service. So this neutral, current carrying conductor has a pathway through this water pipe to your neighbor’s house. So you’re inheriting and sharing all the frequencies, the current everything that’s coming back my house too. And let’s say this neutral gets compromised, guess what, you’re going to take all of the return current back to your panel. This is what it looks like. This is a water pipe that comes in the basement. This is the bond water bond. And this is the electrical panel. And this is that same wire that comes in and hits that service neutral right there. You see this white conductors, those are neutrals. So that’s what it looks like comes in the basement. And here’s the bond that comes over to the panel. And most many homes have both the neutrals and grounds all tied together on the same bus bar. And here’s your neutral. And here’s your grounding electrode conductor, here’s your cable. All of this is all bonded together, you have appliances that are feeding into this. And of course the pipe will sometimes run by a bed, but it feeds into the most dangerous parts of the house. And that’s the wet areas sinks, bathing, showers, all these fixtures. If it’s connected to the water pipe, there is a serious problem. In fact, according to EPRI, that’s the number one cause of leukemia waterpipes. Since 1918, it’s been a code requirement. It’s such a good grounding electrode for the getting into the earth as they say, Well, hey, let’s save our transformers, let’s ground everything to people’s water pipes. So this is a real problem with bathing, and where we get wet. And we’ll talk about this wet hands issue later. But you have to know that if you have children that are bathing frequently around copper pipes in people’s homes, that has to be addressed. This is from St. Louis, I’m testing with a fluctuating seven here, one leads on the fixture here, and the other ones on the metal drain. 14 milliamps of current were flowing between these two. And we’ll get into the science later. What actually is leukemia and cancer causing levels. But just remember this 14 milliamp number, it’s pretty crazy. So again, what we’re talking about here is water pipes, your cable, Ethernet, phone lines, gas pipes, really any and all grounded appliances are pathways, especially anything that’s plugged into an outlet. Equipment, grounding conductors are all pathways for all this current to swim around. What is contact current, it’s when you touch a conductive surface, grounding mats, appliances, anything that’s grounded at different potentials meet a high pressure and low pressure and complete a path for current to flow through the body. We’ll talk about what makes a circuit here in a second. But what I have to say up front is grounding does not protect you, it does not remove dangerous touch voltage. You have to get that out of your head. This is what a circuit is. A circuit has a source, it comes out and it comes back it makes a circle. And it’s like a bicycle chain. You see all these links in the bicycle chains. Those are like electrons. If one electron leaves this source, one electron has to return. And that’s a circuit. If you knock one electron out of here and you break the circuit, current stops. So this is a solid connection of electrons moving here into the body. Here’s the entry point through the body. And here’s the exit point to complete the circuit. So all the way through this body there is a chain of electrons that are ripping from any conductive mineral that is in your body to complete this circuit and that is the day Danger of a current path is because of this damage. And we’ll look at how this is also like

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ionizing radiation in a minute. So what you need to know is we cannot no longer use voltage as a parameter for health. It is the current that kills. And this is a very serious misconception. It’s the current. That is the proper criterion of shock intensity, we have to be measuring current. And there’s other properties of current that we need to know about. And that’s the conductivity of the skin. And we’ll we’ll get into that and voltage does not take those under consideration. What is the priority of our danger, we have magnetic fields, electric fields, well, let’s look at the most important thing with the FCC and the I triple E consider as basically he did tissue if you’re if you’re gonna get burned or something, of course, that’s really bad. Everybody knows that. But they consider ionizing radiation as the greatest threat, which has enough energy to break DNA bonds and short term exposures. Now, if you’re making contact with current, you can be killed immediately. So, you know, that’s pretty bad. So of course, being electrocuted to death, nobody wants that. And I would make the argument, that’s probably the most dangerous thing that you could probably do it yourself as die instantly. So we need to focus now on long term contract exposures. And far below the feeling of the tingle threshold, which is one milliamps. But we’re gonna get to that soon. Let’s look at ionizing radiation. What is the definition of ionizing radiation from the FCC RF safety facts sheet? Ionizing, excuse me, ionization is a process by which electrons are stripped from or added to atoms, changing the overall charge charge to positive or negative and we’ll look at this, this changes molecular changes in the biological tissue that can lead to DNA damage and genetic material. Now, what everybody else is considering as damaging is non ionizing radiation, you know, electric fields, magnetic fields, or if all that kind of stuff. And what we’re gonna do is we’re gonna throw all of this out for a second, and just look at ionizing which everybody agrees that is, what is dangerous. And here’s a little sample of what changing positive to negative of an atom is, or ionization, if you have an atom, or molecule that is positively charged, it’s an ion because it has a charge, and it’s going to pull in an electron. So the positive charge now is move here, because you pulled in this electron. Now this is going to pull another electron in. So you see the positive charge move to the left, while the electrons move to the right. So ions, if you’ve gained or lost one or more electrons, so these guys were gaining and losing electrons, that’s they became an atom, this is a positive ion here. Ionization energy, how much energy does it take to remove this electron. And of course, electric current is the movement of these charges, such as electron. So if you have current, you have these charges that are moving. And here’s a nice little cute picture of electrons that are being pulled in one direction. So this is moving to the right, and this is DC. Now, AC is this basically go back and forth, to the left to the right. And those electrons jumping from one place to another, so that’s an AC, alternating current is AC. Now let’s look at the research. National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences came out with a report. And they were given millions and millions and millions of dollars, something like $50 million, eventually, to figure out why were children getting leukemia from powerlines. And they were they thought it was from magnetic fields. And their basic their focus was on all of the endpoints commonly associated with cancer, cell proliferation, disruption of single transduction pathways and inhibition of differentiation. So magnetic fields, you’d have to have like 1000 milligauss, to have the effect, or an internal electric field strength greater than approximately one millivolt per meter. So here’s the number that we got out of the rest of this report that was actually useful, but nobody could use it, because how do you measure an internal electric field strength of one millivolt per meter? So what we’re looking at is leukemia. park cars, you know, in the bone marrow of child’s arrest or something, if they have this a volt This gradient of one millivolt per meter or greater.

So what is voltage really, we have a pressure difference between two points. Now if we took this bowling ball and raise it up to the height of one volt, that would have a pretty steep incline over one meter to hit this bowling pin. Now what if we reduce this distance by 1000 times that will become one millivolt. Now you can see this little blue line is not very steep. So that bowling ball is not going to really roll if we took that little wedge out, it’s not going to roll that fast over that distance of a meter. But that’s the strength of one millivolt versus one volt, that would if we took this little wedge out, boom, it would be, you know a lot of energy, but this is one millivolt per meter. And that’s the strength, the voltage difference here, the pressure here potential for that bowling ball to roll to this area, that’s how much strength that had. That’s That’s what voltage is the difference between the pressure or strength, the potential for that ball to roll that distance. So fortunately, the Electrical Power Research Institute came along and made something out of this voltage number, they found actually current of one micro amp, if you touch something would exceed this benchmark. So now we have something we can actually use in the field. Now what is current, so it’s a level of how many electrons are moving and all this kind of stuff. And just, you know, I don’t want to get too complex. But let’s just break this down into if we have one amp, which is a measurement of how much current we have, let’s break that amp into 1000 pieces. So as 1000 milliamps, so here’s a pi. So we broke it up into one thousandths of a piece. So you’d have one milliamp and one milliamp is considered the touch or tingle perception, you can start to feel actually current. Now if we took this one milliamp, and we broke it into 1000 pieces, let’s make another pile of one milliamp. One little tiny sliver, a 1000s of a milliamp is a micro amp. So a 1000s of a 1000s is what we’re talking about with one micro amp. Originally, Epri came out with they floated the number 18 micro amps around a couple of reports. So that got forwarded that 18 micro amps was the exceeding the benchmark and then they came out with five micro amps. And eventually, it was agreed upon that really anything that exceeds one micro amp would be exceeding the NIH s benchmark. Again, here’s a nice comparison of quantities, is a million dollars, this big pallet of bills. And here’s $1. So this is a relationship between $1 and a million dollars, one micro ramp versus one amp. So now the standards, what’s designed to protect us the I triple E comes in in their C 95. And they come up with some numbers now. So here’s some contact. And here’s some touch. And this is milliamps. So point five milliamps is 500 micro amps. And there’s a little b right here, there’s a lot of subtext here, you go down to B for touching or grasping contact, limits apply to current flowing between the body and a grounded object that can be contacted. Alright, so the body and something is grounded like an appliance or something. But there’s more to this induced single foot, here’s D, shall be performed with a foot under test grounded and the other foot ungrounded. So one foot is granted. But what I mean, whoa, what are we talking about here. So let’s get into the deep, let’s get into the weeds here, we’re talking about table 12. And frequencies between zero and five megahertz. So in this tub, we’re talking about a freestanding individual who is insulated from the ground. So you’re floating.

But like one hand is touching a grounded conductor. So basically, there’s your there’s your current threshold, you have to, you can’t be grounded, but your hand is touching the electrical piece. But this doesn’t limit you from actually being a spark jumping into your your hand or something and being burned by it. So this you know, different different table. Now this induced limit is where you get contact through the ground only through the feet. So you have all these criterion that we have to accomplish. So we have to learn more about how a person is grounded. Now here’s a real kicker, this is averaging your time. For RMS, this is not peak, root mean squared, and this is different topic. But for those that appreciate this oughta know this is about 30% less than actual, the actual amount is RMS Look at this, it’s point two seconds. That’s your exposure, peak, peak exposure time, point two seconds for that, for this table to actually be a criterion for protecting you. And then there’s a totally different table if you have higher frequencies or longer exposures, so we’re not even going to get into that. So we’re looking at here we have if one foot is grounded, what are we talking about? If your hand was touching some grounded object, I’m just using a grounding mat here. And this is, of course, plugged into an outlet, how much current would flow into your hand, if one foot were grounded? And then that’s one standard? Well, what if both feet were granted, or what if none of your feet were granted, so we have all these different criteria, and we have to learn about what what is actually safe and what is actually going to create a circuit. So let’s get into this EPR, I did a little bit of research for us, they actually put some current into the left hand of a mannequin here that was simulating a body. And they wanted to know how much current would flow. And what they did was they injected the current here. And this, this foot, this foot was grounded, and the hand was grounded the opposite hand. And both feet were granted. So you can see where the light beams in, that’s where the current was flowing. In this B scenario, the legs are not grounded anymore, but the current is injected into the hand and this hand is holding on to a grounded object. And you can see across the chest, this is where the current flows. And in this one, the hand is not grounded anymore. So the current is injected here. And you can see it goes down the legs by these now are both feet are grounded. Now what’s very interesting to notice is the current injected into the arm is visible in all scenarios. But it’s spreading beyond the shortest path current takes all paths, people need to learn this is not just the path of least resistance, it will take all the paths that it possibly can is spreading out all over all over the body. And the spatial distribution of the tissue conductivity. So the all the things that are conductive in our body, all of this current is going to be swimming around all of this to whatever is grounded. The look looking at the international standards ICNIRP puts pretty much a similar standard of point five milliampere, but only for, you know, startle limits, it’s not a health standard, they just don’t want you falling off a ladder because you got startled that oh my god, I’m getting shocked and you fall back and you hurt yourself. If you’re I cam as long as as you know this is new take that level is still going to be violating or exceeding the basic restrictions several fold in the spine in the heart. So there’s still not a health standard. Now let’s get looking closely at what EPR I was coming out. This is a review the Congress paid research one millivolt per meter, and this is what we looked at before. Alright, so this starts in 1999. Then the next year, epi comes out with 2002 1000. Their first report 18 micro amps injected produces an electric field of 3.5 millivolts. Wait a minute, wasn’t at 1.1 millivolt was exceeding it. So that’s three times as much. So again, 18 is actually too high. And of course, if you’re if you’re better grounded, the current would double. So there’s a lot of different scenarios here we have to look at. All right, another report 2001. They said, of course they the modest level of 18 micro amps would exceed the benchmark. They also said from anywhere from one to 10 micro amps into the hand, electric fields in the bone marrow will exceed the benchmark Well, five micro amps in the hand, will produce approximately 20 millivolts

to 60. Wait a minute, this is 20 times too much. This is 60 times too much. 20 times too much. Well, five micro amps would be 20 times too much. I hope that’s blowing your mind. So we’re looking at now some ratios. So if we have if we just had one micro ramp, you basically we have, you know five to 13 millivolts. So we have a ratio of one to five here micro amps to millivolts. So it’s even below one micro ramp in your body. So we’re talking about any current flowing through your body is really bad. So let’s look at some more research 2002 Five millivolts per meter per micro ramp. Sorry, you got one micro ramp, you got five mil you know we can easily agree one micron was going to exceed the one millivolt benchmark 2003 10 micro amps equals 100 millivolts 10 micro amps, that’s one to 10 ratio 2003. Again, another one micro amp equals five to 13, millivolts 2004, these guys actually came out with a meter for measuring current in the body, they were taking this seriously, this is a real issue and they actually produced a product. So they were looking at skin resistances of typical bodies, somewhere between 1000 to 2000 ohms. And if you do the math, it would become out to be about one to one one micro amp equals one millivolt. And we’ll look at these body resistances more later. 2004 another report 10s of micro amps equals hundreds of millivolts. So one to 10 2005 10 micro amps produces 50 millivolts. So that’s a one to five to one to 13 2009 using the 1000 ohms resistance of a body one to one one micro amp equals one millivolt again in 2009 100 micro amps equals 500 millivolts to 1300 millivolts. So one to 13 ratio at 1000 ohms. One to One basically one to 15. So I hope you’re getting the picture here any current flowing through the body is extremely bad because of the properties of current. So once again, the multi grad a neutral system, exposing yourself to touching anything that’s associated with water pipes is a serious candidate for explaining leukemia. Now there’s somebody Donald zipped he was trying to change the situation. And he’s made proposals to the code making bodies, he tried to actually make a conversion to a four even five wire system instead of a three two hots and a neutral to try to get the neutral converted to a credible grounding conductor adding another wire to the situation. So we’re not tying the neutral to everything. Of course that was rejected. He also tried to remove the jumper between the primary and the secondary and the neutral. Nope. Rejected. Of course, the echo potatoes and swimming pools are a joke, currently swimming right through them if we’re not going to get to their watch. You also know that the lightning restaurant poles that’s directly grounded to our house Durland neutral isolator for cows, here’s your primary return current. They put their little device here and they separated that bond here. So this device will block the primary return current to our secondary. So they’re in industry, they’re actually coming up with solutions. They recognize there’s a problem between the primary and the secondary current flows. And for cows, it’s very easy to measure their milk production. And of course, well let’s see. When do you install one of these? Well, these guys I Tripoli says point five volts. So if you have something that’s Max, point five or more, should take whatever action is necessary to lower utility contribution below a half a volt. Well, isn’t that interesting. But if we had that for humans, well, Canada came out and they have a current threshold here one milliamps if you got one milliamp swimming of your grounding system for cows, or the half a volt you should take steps as required to limit it should not limit that exceed these limits.

So in general, the standards have failed us. We need to come up with our own. We will look at the FCC here. It’s right on their their their website, there is no federally developed national standard for safe levels of exposure to RF energy. They just say it boldface right out there. There’s no safe levels. So the IEEE the National Electric Code, national electric safety council, the grid, power people, the International, they’ve all failed to establish this anything actually healthy for our electrical exposures. Cows actually have a better health standard in Wisconsin than we do. So we are left to our own devices. And that’s where we are today the NCB Pro to take care of our health, our families, our homes and our lives. So let’s get into figuring this all out. What are all the pathways that this current is going to swell and have access to us of course equipment grounding conductors in our house, metallic waterpipes, cable internet, grinding mats, graduate shielding, metallic appliance frames, basically all the surfaces in your home that even wood surfaces on the floor are going to have current flowing through it as I’ll show you later. And especially mobile homes with their metal frames or any barns or metal, metal houses, metal barns, whatever. You’ve got a lot of current swimming around Most systems, we need to determine is that source local, you turn off a breaker. And you can control it or is it foreign. And it’s always there, there’s nothing you can do. And that’s what I came up with a solution for. In EMF tracing, I have the diagnostics that you can go through on page 17. There’s the ground check. And on page 21, the neutral to ground check. And all the diagnostics are there to try to figure out and sort all this out. What we’re trying to do here, here’s your foreign sources coming to your home, primary return current, waterpipes, cable, and of all these things that are coming into our grounding system causing magnetic fields and current net electric fields, which also have a local and things you can control if you just turn the power off, that’s coming into our grounding system as well causing us problems. So what we want to do is we want to remove as many as this as possible, and boom, we can remove the magnetic fields and contact current to some extent with the NCP Pro. And you can reduce the electric fields as well. So we need to diagnose here, where is the place we’re going to put this amp clamp and other devices to measure these sources to get rid of them. I have a protocol, the end NCB protocol on my website. And we’ll get into this more if you want to be certified as an installer or consultant. I will train you how to do this. So let’s look at some internal sources. And you may or may not know because I strongly encourage you to fix all of your code violations first in your home rather than just by the NCB Pro to get rid of your problems. Let’s fix the actual problems. So if you’re touching an appliance, you got like a milliamp current going through your body. Yeah, that’s that’s the problem. So let’s take a look at a really short quick video here. This is house in Atlanta, we had six milliamps. If you touch one appliance, excuse me, if you touch one appliance.

This, I believe, was yes, a range. If you touch that, and you’re grounded at all, you’ll you know, to an outlet, you’ll get six milliamps of current on you. So here’s an Nether appliance with 8.9 milliamps on it, and that is a dishwasher. These are both metal frames. Now what would happen if your left hand was on one appliance and your right hand was on the other, look at that 13 milliamps would go across your chest. So that’s the problem with touching two appliances at one time creating a circuit or even touching one of those, you have the potential for all that current to be going through you on a regular basis. Now we’re not even talking about with wet hands yet, but we’ll get into that later. So there are real electrical problems in the home that we have to get rid of. If you turn the breaker off the problems in the house if it doesn’t get foreign. What are some examples? Well, if the homeowner has done his own installations, look at this, this guy thought it would be fine if you just had the equipment granite conductor acting as your neutral This is a neutral, the screws and an outlet. So if you run into TV or a vacuum or something on this, all of the current that came out on the hot would go back on your grounding on the grounding conductor right there. Of course it’s very common for the dryer or the electric range to come already with the neutral bonded to the frame. And of course sub panels have neutral grounds in them. Or if you have an outlet has pushed in and the equipment grounding conductor comes up and touches that not that this wasn’t tripping a breaker in the house. Of course the cable internet has current on it that things grounded out at the transformer. So that can be acting as the actual neutral for the whole home in some cases that had a half an amp on it. So panels with grounding systems point eight amps on that, lots of neutral ground continuity problems and sub panels people just not respecting the code, lots of neutral ground connection. This is actually a water bond, five amps on this water bond. So this conductor of course will have a magnetic field around it. And then all pathways associated with that pipe 11 milliamps on one of them. And that creates a magnetic field this is right underneath the sink. This is the drain 10 milliamps on this drain because of the current flowing through the system. And here’s more pictures of appliances that have a bond to the frame and the neutrals bonded to the grounding conductor in the frame. This needs to all be removed or you know if it’s a four wire appliance but you only got three in the wall and the guy just you know ties the neutral around the equipment grounding conductor, you gotta dig all this stuff out. This is the dryer bear equipment grounding conductor, four amps on it. This is an old home where the there’s a jumper from the frame Have the outlet into the neutral. So any current running on this has a pathway through the grounding system of that grounded box. Lots of sub panel violations when you leave the binding screw in, in sub panels, of course, the current gets on to between the neutral and the grounding system. Here’s another one, two amps on the grounding conductors because they left the bonding screw in. And after we took the screw out, went down really, really low. So nicks and wires, of course, it’s that’s a nightmare, you got to dig all this out. People that are grounding old homes will just run an equipment grounding conductor down and tie it around a water pipe. What a nightmare. The I’ve seen this a couple times you have the overhead messenger wire, this is the neutral basically for the house gets drilled into the side of the house. What if you have an aluminum siding? This granite conductor comes up and here’s the two electrical panels all bonded to the aluminum siding, please burn marks. So any appliance associated with the outside of the house, AC all that all grounded to the neutral return current grid surges, everything pumping in and here.

If you want to know how much current is coming on on your neutral and foreign current source, you turn off your main breaker and you just put one of your test leads on the neutral, you of course pulled from the panel, and then you just put on any grounding conductor in your panel. In this this house had 45 milliamps of current coming in from the primary side of the of the transformer into the grantee system of the home. Now what you want to figure out is how is this completing a circuit? How was my equipment granite conductor? Is it attached to the earth somewhere is it attached to the concrete is attached to the building. And this is part of the diagnostic processes, we got to figure out what’s completing the circuit. Of course, these are always fun to find where mice have completely gone through the insulation and chewed up wires. In this case, you know, there’s nightmares. And remember, as a part of normal operating systems, a lot of appliances have little filters inside of them little capacitors and stuff that shunt the unknotted wire unwanted noise from your AC components in the in the appliance directly to the ground. So you’re gonna get a lot of dirt, a lot of current just from appliances under normal operations. Here’s one specific category, HVAC, transformers, firmer furnaces and things like that. They actually actually they’re the AC guys are actually being told to actually ground these transformers and put current directly onto frames. Now this is a code violation NEC code violation, the secondary of a transformer operating below 50 volts, now required to be grounded. So this is the high input files 120. And then the low below output is 24 volts, so that’s less than 50 volts. So that would not be required to grounded, be grounded, but oftentimes it is. So if you have a furnace up here with a transformer in it, and that’s grounded and current is being put it on to the frame and the coolant line and the equipment grounding conductor, you’re gonna have a magnetic field in the wall. And what if your beds right there and you got a magnetic field at the bed? Every time the furnace is on? You got a magnetic field, how are you going to get rid of that? Well, fortunately, there’s two really good solutions. Now, if you got this magnetic field, this is at the head of a child’s bed 1.2 milligauss. The coolant line came right there on shut the power off and then it went down. We went to it and we found Wow, look at that. There’s the there’s the the bonded little transformer got the green wire there. And we’re looking at the current let me show you there’s the Yeah, somewhere between off and then went up 2.3 2.4 amps on that grounding system from that transformer. So even there’s a half an amp on it at one time. So we had the electrician installed the NCB, between that transformer and the frame to maintain an effective ground fault path in case there’s a problem. And I’ll get into this later. And that’s took away the current and got rid of our magnetic field. Point three. So there’s one quick sample. Here’s another one where the HVA was in an office where a guy was was working. And they had three milligauss near the wall. Magnetic field. So we went to it. And we found Yeah, we clamped over the coolant line. And there was about 14 milliamps on that. So no problem. Well, what else? Well, we went up and we found a half an amp on the communication wires the thermostat line Huh, that’s interesting. So we’ve got in there and we found the transformer. Okay, there’s our 240 volt transformer and it steps down. And here is the green in yellow striped equipment grounding conductor for that transformer. And we were measuring current on it. There it is. There’s our source. And the homeowner said, you know, if it’s, if there’s a code violation for it to be granted, forget it. I’m just removing it. So I’ll be the first one to say guys, you don’t need the NCB if you got a homeowner is going to do his own electrical work. He that’s his hands right there. And he just removed it, he just ungrounded it and that got rid of the magnetic field. So you could use if you want to grounded you know, maintain equipment, effective ground fault path with my NCB great use it. Otherwise, the code supports that to be ungrounded.

That’s up to you and your electrician. So what are some other strategies? Well, using an amp clamp, as you saw is very important. Also, the NFA 1000 is a beautiful machine for measuring the magnetic fields and very sensitive levels. So again, if you have this bed, you got magnetic fields tracking this before and after, and then the current flows, I mean, what are the sources of current for this, maybe it’s from the furnace, maybe it’s from the grid. So if you got 50 milliamps of current coming in this circuit, and there’s 40 milliamps contributing from a well pump, and there’s 50 milliamps going back on the neutral, what would happen if we took this well pump out, whoa, 90 milliamps, this increased, here’s the current flow Whack a Mole. One pathway eliminated, the current moves to the other pathway. Now the neutral is carrying 90 milliamps. So fortunately, these corroborated so now I know that there’s, you know, this is the number that we need to hunt for. So what we did was adding an NCB here, and here that finally got rid of the magnetic field here, and brought that 90 milliamps to circulate here between the grounding electrode conductor. And this is when you want to oversize or just optimize your grounding electrode system here to make sure that the current flows will suck away the voltages and the current from these other pathways and circulate only here where it’s safe. This is a before and after of that one place, this was the head of the bed and we finally got that current down at the head of the bed by removing that current source. Here’s a couple other, this is a different home. And you can tell that the distribution is quite even through the whole bed. And this basically is like bringing down the whole house of current swimming around everything. And here’s another one that installing grub loop isolator on a cable, Ethernet, internet sheath that really massively brought down a large area in the home. So of course, NCB Pro, will stop current ungrounded conductors. No, no, there’s no question about that. What we want to look at now are some of the other nuances about when you install, you want to test. This is the source of the problem this unfortunately, that guy had some insulation on it already. That’s bringing in the current. And this is the current that’s this is the wire that’s actually going to be attached to your panel. So the current is going to jump across those two points. So you want to put your Fluke between those two points and actually measure how much current is going to come in. So this at 18 milliamps between those two points, you can see the red lead is on there and the black lead is on there. So the current coming through the meter is 18 milliamps. So that’s the starting point. And then after. And you also need to know there’s frequencies involved here too. So after installing the NCB, I’m just going to jump ahead here. You test again zero, and of course you also get rid of the frequencies, you remove the current, you remove the frequencies. So what we’re talking about now here is you got these different pathways through the home we’re trying to remove current, but what would happen if you have multiple pathways, you had a pool grid, you got a well pump, you got a sump pump, these are all Earth connected places maybe to concrete, rebar, whatever it is. And here’s your primary return current coming through the house seeking all these paths back to the substation. What if you remove one of these pathways, the remainder meaning pathway will increase. So you got to know if you’re going to open up this one the remaining pathway is going to increase so that may increase your magnetic field around the bed. So Wait a minute, we just we stopped going on one path, but it made things worse. So that’s why you always have to be measuring with the NFA, or some other way of the magnetic fields around the bed to make sure you don’t make things worse. But And the opposite is true, you can increase a magnetic field in a place that is useless like a workshop or something or garage, and pull it away from a bedroom. So this is, this is a negotiation. So I’m going to take you a deep dive here. This is where we want to focus is the bed because that’s where we’re sleeping this where the rejuvenation cycles are. And if the person is recycling, really well rejuvenating, they can tolerate a lot more during the day. Now, unfortunately, the gas service was somehow completing a circuit to the gas fireplace, and we had current swimming through this system. But I didn’t know that at the time. So here’s a really quick Deep Dive.

before and then after. So you can tell there’s quite a reduction in magnetic field. And this is what I did. In that home. I’m going to it’s going to fast forward through this. Just to give you a quick sample, if you’re on the on the property. This is one possible what you start the day with an NFA bed map and you get a measurement of the of the area, then you start clamping over everything. You go to the service, you start clamping over the grounding electrode conductor and everything that’s associated with it, and you get some numbers. And then you start building a picture of what do you have. So there’s 42 to 47 milliamps on the grounding electrode conductor. And you’ll notice there’s 26 milliamps on the grounding. equipment grounding conductor come off the office. All right, well, that’s like, half the current is going this day. Well, what happened to the rest? So let’s look at the office now. Well, there’s they’re 28. And now we’re going to look at the ground rod. Well, there is another source, there’s eight milliamps. All right, let’s keep going. Ah, let’s go look at the gas. Well, there’s 20 milliamps there. Let’s clamp over everything we can at this point, and figure out what pathway is coming in on this gas. Let’s go in the house. The water is not a source because we got pecks pipe. Well, what else we got here? Hmm, look at this, this t bar junction of gas. And you can see that we have different Oh, there’s gas logs, there’s different things. Let’s clamp over them and see what we got. Nothing there. Let’s go to the next one. All right. Nothing there. Okay, let’s go to the next one. Whoa, 20 milliamps. What is that, ah, gas logs. So there we go. There’s our circuit. So we need to get into and we go to the panel and I start testing continuity, and found all the kinds of current that I expected to find on that one circuit. And we can get into depth here, you can go crazy with this how much neutral occurs being contributed. But I’m just going to jump to the end to tell you that the punch line here, basically, were able to get the numbers that we wanted by installing the NCB on the gas fireplace, okay, my grounding conductor that broke the circuit that took the current away from this point. So the current could not come in the gas line, our goal by the bed, and then we got rid of it. This is testing the one equipment grounding conductor. This is before installation. And then after installation, no current. So that’s the that’s the nutshell of what we’re trying to do is traced down these sources. So another thing that everybody needs to know about if if you have a secondary Earth contact something that’s making contact with the earth and your electrical system, you’re gonna have a lot more current flowing through your house. So does it have a breaker? Well, well pumps do does your shielding paint if it’s granted out in the yard? No. Any auxilary grounding for a mat or something? No. So we have two different criterion here. Condition one is if this is fed from a breaker, there, it is conditioned to if not fed from breaker, but we want to make sure that this guy doesn’t get sabotaged. We need to maintain an effective ground fault path inside and not let this current go out into the soil. And we have this other lightning issue. So let’s get into this condition one versus condition two, but we first have to understand what is an effective ground fault path. This is from the code

electrical equipment and wiring and other electrically conductive material likely to become energized, shall be installed in a manner that creates a low impedance circuit, what’s low impedance and nothing is blocking it or very low resistance. So current will flow very quickly if it’s low impedance is nothing impeding it. To facilitate the operation of an overcurrent device, which is your breaker, we want those breakers to trip very, very quickly, shall be capable of safely handling the maximum fault current. So you need your wire big enough. Earth shall not be considered as an effective ground fault current path, meaning of stake are granted we’re out in the yard, it’s not going triple breaker. And this is what it looks like. Here’s a transformer you got 20 amps coming out to this light pole, it comes down to the earth. And here is the earth here and that says has a certain amount of resistance 25 ohms. If you do the math, current equals the voltage divided by the resistance the voltage is 120 volts divided by the resistance in the earth, you would get 4.8 amps of current flowing back to the breaker is that going to be enough to triple breaker? No. So the earth cannot be used to trip a breaker. This is a visual love and effective ground fault path, we want to triple breaker really fast, that’s what an effective ground fault current path is. You have an appliance, the hot wire touches the frame. Well, we attach a safety wire called the equipment grounding conductor to that frame to be a low impedance path to take all that current back to trip that breaker as fast as possible, because we don’t want to use the earth. So it comes back on the equipment grounding conductors and then jumps to the neutral, you have to have a point where the grounded conductor jumps to the neutral with our existing systems. This is where as established hopefully in the future, that will change. But you the main bonding jumper jumps to the neutral. And then as a choice am I going to go back through the earth. And I’m going to go back on the neutral. But hopefully the neutral is better and intact and most of the current will go this way to the neutral test the transformer goes to the hot comes back on the hot and is basically a short between the ground in the neutral and this is such a good pathway, this overloads that breaker and trips it off. That’s called an overcurrent protective device. Because if you have a dead short between the ground and the neutral, this gives me ground and the ground excuse me the hot in the ground. If it’s a if it’s touching directly too much current will flow because there’s not enough a resistance to seeing the loads usually have a resistor in here. And that will allow you to have the correct sort of current flow. But if it’s a direct hit between the hot and the ground, you have too much current flowing and that’s when your breaker trips that’s an effective ground fault path is you have a wire solidly connected that effectively very quickly turns off the breaker not through the earth. So, what if you do have outside grounded shielding into the earth normally noncurrent current carrying electric conductive materials that will be shielding paint under normal considerations is not carrying current is it likely become energized well that somebody has to decide that is the conductive something on your walls likely become energized Is it near a circuit is an error an appliance will lightning hit it well, if so, then it shall be connected shall be connected together to the electrical supply and matter that will establish an effective ground fault path. So you have to bond it you have to put something on it. So it will trip a breaker. If we have two different conductive systems that normally do not carry current like grounded shielding, paid or grounding conductors in your home walls, they are are they likely become energized, we have to decide that. And if so they have to be bonded together with a wire. If you’re not going to ground the shielding paint to the home electrical to your equipment, grounding conductors in the home, then we need to make sure if that paint ever becomes energized from an internal source. If there’s a fault inside of the home, it will not compromise the effective ground fault path of that breaker. You don’t want to have that fault current to go outside into the earth. We need to keep all the fault current inside the home. The Earth is not an effective ground fault path.

And there’s a different source as well what if you have an outside source if lightning hits nearby, we have a different part of the code that says we don’t want things to arc or jump. So we have to bond them together to equalize before something jumps and creates a fire. So this is why I developed a different 240 volt version. So we have two different devices here for two different sources of problems. The code says you need to bond things together to reduce arcing So condition one is a normal breaker, well pump equipment grounding conductor. Condition two is there’s no breaker, you have outside ground rod. And this is you want to keep this working, you don’t want these guys to go to the outside path. So we keep the effective ground fault path inside, we don’t want to go outside to the earth. So a set of voltage limit here is anything below 240 volts is not going to allow it outside. So all this stuff will stay inside. So if you have a second grounding electrode to your home a second, out in the yard, we don’t want household circuits to try and use the outside Earth in a fault condition is as we said, the earth shall not be considered an effective ground fault path. And also the second part, second piece about lightning, we want the voltages and the the energies to be equalized on the surfaces. So I did some visuals. So you didn’t have to imagine all this. Here’s an effective ground fault path. Let’s say you got a lamp by your bed. And you’re using some sort of bedding that’s that’s shielded, or a grounding system that’s, you know, bedding whatever grounded sheets or whatever. And if you have the NCB on there. So if the lamp cord gets cut by the corner foot of this bed and this whole bed becomes energized that 120 volts. Well, the NCB creates an effective ground fault path, take that energy, back to the neutral back to the transformer, back to the hot boom. To trip that breaker off, the only way to get rid of this voltage is to trip the breaker, we have to trip the breaker. But what if you are doing an outside ground to that bedsheet? Well, we’re gonna have a problem. Because this is not an effective ground fault path that will never trip a breaker. And we’ll get into GFCI as in a minute, and I’ll explain what that means. Oh, what why a GFCI won’t help us either. So let’s look at condition two, just for a second, we’re talking about, you know, outside grounds. Let’s say you have shielding paint and it’s grounded outside. And it’s not grounded to inside. So current every day is going to come into this system. And it’s going to light up the shielding paint with outside foreign current, you’re going to voltages you’re gonna frequencies, electric fields, and even potential for a magnetic field on the surfaces and it’ll destroy your equipment, granite conductors in home as well. All this stuff is gonna be crawling around everything because you have an external source. So if you stole the NCB that will lower this stuff immensely. So this is a really important piece of this is to stop the current. Now let’s look at a different scenario. What if lightning hit and you have a surge coming in to this, and you’re gonna have potential for arcing between two to two electrical systems. We don’t want this to jump is that’s the cause of fire. So the whole code bit is we have to bond these things. So there’s a better pathway so there’s not a jump of energy. Now you install the NCB here, this guy gets activated when you have these overvoltage situations to balance and allow this stuff to leak or to balance out, you’re not going to have the jumping. Here’s another situation. So you got your shielding pane here and it’s outside grounded. What if there’s an inside fault in your electrical system, you don’t want this going outside into the earth because this is not an effective ground fault path, we want to keep this inside the home, you install the NCB here, it can’t be activated, unless you get over 240 volts, this is inside 120 then the effect of groundballs Beth keeps here as we have the maximum amount of current going back here to triple breaker not get lost in the earth. So we have two conditions. We have condition one and condition two condition one, which we’re looking at 75 volts. And here is two wiring sizes HAMP 20 amp or 30 amp circuits. And then we have 240 volt. And you can look at here the gas just starts to on both and that will basically telling you which one is the inside or outside condition one is inside. And condition two is the outside inductor and resistor. Now we need to look at breakers. You need to know that

well that here’s our breaker works. If you have well this is this be clear. The higher the fault current, the faster it’ll activate. Let’s just put it that way. So if we’re going to use a 20 amp breaker, which your kitchen has to if you had 40 amps How long do you think it would take for that breaker to trip? Well, it would take 25 to 150 seconds for that circuit breaker gotta fit. So there’s, here’s the amperage going this way, and this is the time going upwards. So 40 amps, let’s go up in time 25 to 150 seconds. If you had 40 amps on that grinding conductor, what if you had 100 amps, with somewhere between five and 20 seconds for that breaker to trip? That’s some some time for you to be holding on to something. And so basically the short answer is if you have a 15 amp breaker, it takes six to 10 times that rating for it to instantly trip. So 90 to 150 amps, you have to have for that guy to trip instantly. And for 20 app somewhere between you know God awful amounts of current for that to trip instantly, otherwise, you’re waiting around GFCIs are different. These are only testing the hot in the neutral, the difference between the current that comes out on the hot has to be the same as going back on the neutral, that’s a normal circuit. They assume what’s on the ground conductor. So if there was an imbalance between the assess because the hot is finding some something more than five to 30 milliamps onto the frame and it’s going back on the equipment grounding conductor, that means it’s not going back on the neutral. So there’s there’s not enough on the neutral. So they have the five to 30 milliamp and imbalance here, it’ll trip. So they’re assuming current is going back on the ground. So they call that ground fault. Now this is not an overcurrent device because if you had 100 amps on here, no more breaker would trip but you could have 100 amps coming out on here and 100 amps going back and this GFCI is not going to trip is all it measures is the imbalance if there’s not the same amount of current going across. So you can be you know, have a serious fault. But it wouldn’t increase the total current enough for a breaker to trip. So we need something to protect ourselves more than these devices. The NCB blocks as low level nuisance current until there’s enough voltage to trip a breaker. Nothing will trip a breaker below 15 amps in your main panel, the GFCI requires at least five milliamps. So what are we gonna do below five milliamps? So the condition number one is the NCP will start activating really around 60 volts, which is about half of 120 to save you to help you. And of course, this one’s the 240 for the outside. So let’s look at neutral to frame faults for a second. So if we were talking about phase conductors, the hot conductor touching the equipment grounding conductor 120 volts, what if the neutral touches this, this load here? The frame and you’re touching it? How much what’s the voltage on here? So in designing my device I had to consider Well, there are different types of faults. And what we’re looking at here is if these are the same size wires, you can expect about 50% of 120 volts, so that’s 60 volts. So that’s why I set the shock voltage at 60 volts start to activate. So if you’re in contact with faulted equipment, like your dryer or whatever, you know, and if it’s able to go through your body, current will flow through you until your breaker trips, you’re gonna get shocked. So this is all about the amount of time and establishing an effective ground fault path. And that’s what I want to do with the NCB is to get current going in the right direction and that breaker to trip as fast as possible. If there is no path for current to flow back to its source to trip the breaker, then fault will the voltage at the metallic equipment will remain is never going to trip off. And we of course you know, consider that equipment, oftentimes, like variable frequency drives are now tripping GFCI and other kinds of stuff. So what often will happen is the guy will set up and they will set the shock levels in order to prevent this nuisance tripping of the breakers so they’ll make these breakers as dumb as possible.

So and also, please no combination of grounding or bonding is going to protect you. None of it’s going to no Gretton doesn’t matter how well grounded or effective, more grounded you are the more potential for current that go through you. It’s not gonna it’s not going to prevent the fall to shock currents from occurring. So looking at this condition to it’s a lot of problems, anything fed from a secondary outside second yard, you’re not protected by a circuit breaker. Here’s one sample if you have your bed, it’s grounded to an equipment grounding conductor. I stuck my Fluke in there, and I found those 25 mile EQ or amps of current flowing up through the floor or some some some way wooden floor into the frame and creating a circuit 25 micro amps was flowing just between that bed and the the electrical of the house. Well, what I did is I put it outside ground rod and I connected that bed frame and went up to 2000. That’s even a better circuit for outside foreign current to come into the home. So that made things worse. Here’s the way to look at it. Here’s the current that was coming through about 25 Mike ramps, and here that went up to 1700. So if you’ve got two separate grounding systems in your house, no extra outside ground rod to an inside grounded mat or appliance. Unless you have the NCB Pro, you’re causing some major problems, your outside grid current will will enter through your inside inside grounding system and increase the electric fields and contact currents on everything associated inside your home.

Of course, don’t grant anything to waterpipe, please. So now we’re going to get into electric fields and frequencies. So understanding what a sine wave is, is is essential to this. So there’s a magnet dispense. And that is basically at your power plant. So the positive pole of the magnet attracts negative electrons. So that pulls it this way. So this is a positive and then it goes negative. That will push the electrons negatives, push negatives, pull, push. So this is the positive this recognition of that North Pole is positive attracting, and that attracts the electrons this way, and then the South Pole pushes them. And then they go this way. So this is alternating current AC, push, pull, or pull, push whatever you want. This is the positive phases, the negative phase push pull the electrons. So 120 times a second, we got the positive negative push pull up, so you got to ground rod that comes up to shielding paint, this is going to be positive for 16 milliseconds with arrows, and the negatives are gonna be attracted to it. And the positives will repel positives and you have any other surface in that room, it’ll pull in the negatives. So you got this whole dynamic here of any energized surfaces of pushes and pulls on charges and opposite charges created on the surfaces of uncharged bodies. So we’re looking at atoms and molecules now being influenced by these energies, natural free order, and then they align when they’re forced to, you know, the positives will go this way, and the negatives will go this way. And if you stick your body in there, what happens, this is a natural order and things are happening fine inside of you. But then you start pushing and pulling on these charges and the opposite start to pull and yank. So the positives are going to yank on the negative electrons. And then the properties inside this atom or this molecule get disturbed as these guys need this there, this association to be healthy. And now we just made it unhealthy. Voltage gated calcium channels are a great example. There’s also sodium channels and channels in your heart and all kinds of stuff in your body. So what these foreign fields or current flows will induce energies into the body. And of course, we’re talking about voltage, one millivolt per meter per meter and things like that. Current just increases the millivolts per meter inside the body tremendously uniquely. And that’s the problem with current flow is it’s a total Deal. Deal Breaker because it changes the paradigm and the standards so so much. So we’re talking about inside the cell healthy pH levels versus outside of the cell. And these little gates get activated whenever the gradient is a certain point. Because we want to have potassium and calcium exchange in order to make this an ideal environment for our mitochondria. We have a relationship with these foreign entities inside of our body, that we feed them and protect them and they give us energy. So we need to protect this environment for them. And if you’re going to incharge this energy here, you’re going to be messing it messing up the voltage potentials between these two gradients. And you’re going to change the requirements for this act but action potential. So it messes up the systems exponentially. It’s just almost incalculable how these systems are going to be pushing and pulling on you. Yes, we can save a shielded room. If you have the power off and you add the NCB Pro. Yes, you can grind your body to discharge safely in the home. If you’re using grinding maths and bedsheets as long as the NCB is an environment where you have first turn the electric fields off the NCB pro doesn’t remove electrode that’s not as electric fields. It’s not as purpose so purpose is removed current, this current is the killer. Shielding rule number one, the power must be off. Two, I highly recommend using non grounded shielding solutions fabrics. And I go into this in depth in this course, staying healthy in a 5g world it’s on my website home EMF tracing on the on the first page and um, this is a steep steep discount I’m making available today, you enter this code in Andrew 5g discount. Now let’s look at the compounding factors the adders to this equation, water and frequency. So the EPRI guys, they recognize that if you’re, if you’re on anything that’s wet,

it changes the entire deal. So let’s look at the skin, your skin more than 99% of the body resistance to electrical current flow is in the skin. So this is your main body’s protected is in the skin. Now if you’re a dry hand, you’ve got you know, 100,000 ohms, I miss terrific blocker. And you’re inside of your body to liquids, fluids and everything are about 300 ohms. And this is pretty much constant, even though it’s argued, you know, 300 500 to 700 ohms. But it’s a constant. It’s nothing like this though. Now, if you get your skin immersed in water, you effectively bypass all protections. There are also other things too high voltage and current and cuts and all that kind of stuff. So if you immerse yourself into the water, basically, you basically only have your internal resistance left your skin has gone. They argue with you know how much is left inside your body three out of four gnomes is not very much. So dirty electricity is conducted directly by touch. That’s contact current that have these all these other problems as well as in the electric fields. And the NCB Pro is the only device that blocks these sources on grounding conductors. Remember talking about grounding conductors, not the hot neutral. So Stetzer filters and green waves and all that those are only hot neutrals, we’re talking about filtering and blocking current on grinding conductors don’t get that confused. So we’re talking about frequencies now. And this is from applied by electricity by Jay Packard Riley, over the range of zero to 2000 hertz. So you can see the slope down here, that as you increase the frequencies, the total body impedance how much your ability is to block severely is curtailed. So only by 2000 hertz, you know, that’s, that’s breaking, a lot more currents gonna be flowing because you don’t have as much ability to resist. So they say basically, by even 5k by five kilohertz, it doesn’t matter if your skin is dry or wet. I mean, there’s the frequencies will destroy it. Totally. We’re talking about frequencies anywhere from, you know, 100 Hertz to 100 kilohertz for dirty electricity. And thank God for Dr. Sam Milam, Dave Stetzer, and Magda harvests, for raising our awareness about all the health problems associated with dirty electricity. And the problems of dirty electricity is there’s more power to do damage at higher frequencies. So let’s look at you know, this ability for these higher frequencies to destroy the skin’s ability to block and of course, more of it goes internal, as the frequencies get higher. So each one of these reds is actually the same amount of damage done to the body. So the relationship here’s here’s a voltage 1000 millivolts is one volt. So at one volt, if that wave is hitting you 60 times a second. This is how much energy it takes to do damage. Well, how much if we had 10 times that fast 600 times it would only take 100 millivolts to do the same damage? Well, what about six kilohertz only 10 millivolts will be do the same damage. Now what about 1000 times more than 60 is 60,000 1000 times less than one volt is one millivolt. One millivolt is the same does the same damage at 60 kilohertz as one volt at 60 hertz. So if the wave is hitting you once per second, versus 60,000 times a second doesn’t take a very big wave. If it’s hitting you really, really fast. You know how much energy is transferred by a little bit of time energy versus, you know, one per second. So that’s the relationship between frequency. And actually, the Republic of Kazakhstan actually has an exposure limit. That if you’re 25 volts per meter, at 60 hertz under two kiloHertz, but what happens above two kiloHertz, you’re only allowed 2.5 volts per meter. So the faster the frequencies the less voltage you’re allowed to be around because of the frequency. I originally developed the NCB to be for dog fences I had a client that was made being made really sucks by the dog fence frequencies coming into the grounding system. So I reduced it from you see this five seven kilohertz frequencies down to 120 hertz using NCB.

So I’m getting into doing a standard now using the fluke 287. So I want to teach people and this will be coming up in contact protocol. So using one of the research parameters as put forward by EPRI, let’s use these numbers, we’ve got five millivolts per meter per micro amp of current five millivolts per micro amp. So if we reduce this times five, or reduce this by five becomes one millivolt per point two micro amps the same relationship. So if one millivolt is point two amps at 1000, ohms. And this what the research was if the body was given a certain amount of resistance. Alright, so here’s our equation. If we have 1000 ohms at point two micro amps, well, what if we have only 100 ohms. So we remove a zero or move the decimal point one we have? wouldn’t move the decimal point over, we get two micro amps. So point two and move it over here becomes two mic ramps at 100 ohms. Well, guess what the fluke 287 on its micro amp setting is 100 ohms. So if we use the fluke, two micro amps is the threshold for harm. So using that on it’s if you take this dial and put it on the MA it’s two ohms of resistance. That’s pretty accurate to be normal situations. Or if you use 100 micro amps on the micro amps setting, so it’s good to know. Now another thing to use is the NCB my dial version used to have resistor in here, you can actually set this anywhere from 14 to 500k. And you could use the dial to simulate the body as well. And there’s a lot of other wonderful uses of the NCB as well. So what we’re talking about here is we’re the coining of the terms. NCB is the plugin version and NCB pro requires professional installation because of the wires. So the NC B C pro versus the NCB now I’ve got some very cool pages on the on the shoulder body website that talks about all of the different uses for the NCB grinding mats and sheets and spectrum analysis, aesthetic discharge and all these different really cool stuff. So basically, what you need to know is we need to stop the current first, let’s just look really quickly if you have an equipment grounding conductor put in the wall to put the black lead into the fluke. And you basically hold on to the red lead. You’re testing how much current is actually coming through your body. Yeah, it comes up from your feet and the floor completes a circuit through your hand. And through the fluke, right there. There’s about 910 micro amps of current flowing through my body. Well, that’s kind of crazy. So let’s put in the NCB and let’s see, it blocked the current, boom, zero. Now, let’s go to a grounding mat. Let’s see what happens if we unplug a grounding mat and how much current will come into a person’s body basically just says about eight micro ramps. Now let’s install the NCB and let’s see it block the current coming into the grinding mat. Boom, zero. Now, grinding systems are very dirty. We need to talk about frequencies. So this is a very cool another cool thing about the fluke 287 is you actually have these trend be able to look at chart frequencies. So I’m holding on to this and I have like 446 kilohertz, frequencies in my in my body. So I pushed the trend on here we’re watching you know 500 kilohertz in my body I put the NCB in. Now we’re tracking this down to about 600 hertz and some of the harmonics. Now we push trend and we’re going to look at the chart. Look at that. So what happened here, this was with the NCB the frequencies went away, I plug it back into the wall, they came back. So let’s do the same thing with a grounding mat. So you touch the grounding mat. What are the frequencies I’m holding on to the red tip? I got about three kilohertz in my body. Let’s install the NCB about 60 hertz because the power is on in the room. Now what happens if I turn the power off? There’s a frequencies of wind down

Power off I’m getting about 127 kilohertz is interesting radio frequencies coming in, then now the power is off. And now let’s install the NCB. And now we’re down to about 80 hertz, that’s interesting numbers, 90 hertz, let’s look at that chart. There you go, before high hurts, and after low, see how it goes down to nothing, they’re high. And then not though. So basically, you want to be filtering your grinding system, if you are grinding yourself. There’s also some very cool spectrum analysis tools. For the professionals here today that you need to utilize, if you’re going to try to figure out what the frequencies are in a grounding conductor. You know, you got to use some special equipment, because you just can’t ground it to the same place here and expect to get any results. So you can see this is all dead, there’s nothing coming up there. So using a differential probe, you have a black and a red lead to protect yourself. So we’re looking at, excuse me, go. Gotta go back here, we’re looking at the red leads on the grounding mat. And the black lead is on the ground reference in order for you to set this up. But if it’s attached to the same outlet, you’re not going to get anything. Look at it, it’s dead pan, nothing above the the noise floor. So we need to separate the grounded reference the black lead from the red lead. So if you stick the NCB in there, you add some resistance between these two points. Boom. Now we can see the frequency start to come up on the red lead on the mat. And now we can start doing our testing. So this is really important to know that you have to separate the zero point the grounded reference from whatever you’re testing on the red leaf. Now the NCB as a filter. If you’re going to be grounding yourself, you need to get these high frequencies out. So this is using the 190 202. Just show you some of these. Here’s a regular sine wave. And by plugging in the NCB let’s look at these little caterpillar frequencies here. See how high these high frequencies are. You install the NCB, and all these high frequencies will go away. Boom. So we need to get rid of both the current and the frequencies that we’re exposing ourselves to. So I’m gonna open up the NCB real quick, give you a real quick show of the dial resistor in there. And basically, it’s between the grounding prongs on the outside. And there’s there’s test points in the future if you want to get into be more scientific. But basically we’re just seeing how much resistance on the grounding system. And it’s about 14 ohms to begin with. And you turn the dial to the right, more and more resistance up to 500k. There’s all kinds of really cool practices you could do with this justing electric fields and other types of uses for the dial. We’ll get into that and on the website. If someone asked to go there later, I’ll show you all the other uses for the NCB and also how to verify that the NCP is working you can pretty cool stuff you can actually see at what level your GFCI is going to trip and if your breakers are working in your home, and then purchasing which I’ll watch R blank will get into. So in conclusion, we’re going to look at the top five reasons why we need the NCP in the NCB Pro. Number one, it’s a health issue, the standards have to totally change even below one microgram. Those content current levels lie at the heart of should be considered a serious candidate and has the characteristics of a factor that could explain the association of magnetic fields with childhood leukemia. Here’s the research. Number two, it is the only device available to block and protect us from locally sourced and foreign grid based current contaminating our home granting systems yet still provide an effective ground fault path to activate those overcurrent circuit breakers. If you just add a resistor in there, you are not going to be protected from your breakers you need to have something that activates those breakers. Number three, in addition to blocking current also eliminates the magnetic field and CB is the only device to block the dirty electricity on grounding conductors. So the all the other filters that you know of on the markets are not addressing the grounding system they’re only investing to hot neutral. Thank you Sam Gilliam magoha Abbas and Dave Stetzer.

Number four The NCB has a dial resistor to optimize relationship between electric fields and current flow when using grounded shielding products like the EMF bed canopies A lot of people are using these granite products to get rid of electric fields that’s a wrong thing to do. You need to turn the power off to get rid of the electric fields and not be using grounding. Number five. Since household circuit breakers typically require five to 10 times their amperage rating to instantly trip, and ground fault circuit interrupters do not test the grounding conductor at all. The NCB works well with these existing protection systems and fills in their massive gap and protection. A contact current protocol is going to be coming soon. But in the meantime, here’s a little teaser for you. Knowing the body’s resistance if you’re actually holding on to the red lead of a fluke 287 And you’re measuring current with an appliance on micro amps. Hmm, what’s the healthy threshold that you can be exposed to? If you’re holding on to it directly? There’s a question for you What CPR I say is a dangerous threshold if you’re actually holding on to this how much current so I highly recommend you get you put some of these guys in your arsenal as building biologists or EMF remediation. I have no idea how long these supplies will last. And there’s a fixed number available and with supply chains all busted and there’s no I have no idea when the next we’ll be able to supply more

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