BOB BECK KLEMENS PULSERS
Frequently Asked Questions
Speed Comparison of Various Pulsers
Beck DIY Pulser 1 pulse per 12.5 sec 300 p/h
Standard Pulser 1 pulse per 3.5 sec 1,028 p/h
Standard Pulser 1 pulse per 1 sec 3,600 p/h
Super T Pulser 65 pulses per sec 234,400 p/h
Super P Pulser 92 pulses per sec 331,200 p/h
Klemens Ultra Pulsa (2017) 124 pulses per sec 446,400 p/h
Klemens Ultra Pulsa (2019) 148 pulses per sec 532,800 p/h
Klemens Spectrum (2020) 180 pulses per sec 648,000 p/h
International Power Supply - what about overseas?
All of our Klemens Pulsers will suit the 110V AC power supply in USA & Canada and will have the correct electrical fitting plug. It does not require purchase of any additional items such as a step down transformer.
I have heard that electrical fields can be harmful. What makes your Magnetic Pulser different?
Some electromagnetic fields may be harmful, such as high voltage transformers, power lines, mobile phone towers, smart meters, Wi-Fi etc. The list goes on. This is commonly referred to as dirty electricity. This throws your body’s natural energy balance out of whack. Magnetic Fields generated by a Magnetic Pulser are designed to work with the body’s natural energy field by stimulating and rejuvenating the body’s natural energy field.
Does that mean the Magnetic Pulser is run on this dirty electricity?
This is one of the unique advantages our pulsers have. We install Dirty Electricity Filters into our devices. These Dirty Electricity Filters contain a unique blend of natural activated earth elements that creates a natural harmonious energy field. This will reduce the harmful frequencies produced by various devices from coming into the magnetic pulsers. Value $40
Where are the Magnetic Pulsers manufactured?
The Super T Magnetic Pulser weighs in at a sizable 4.6 kg, while the Super P weighs 4.8kg and the Klemens Ultra Pulsa weighs 4.99 kg packaged. These machines are not toys; they were built to function and to last. They are manufactured in Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia by our family business.
What is the Quality of the Magnetic Pulsers?
We want to build machines that last - machines that aren't going to break down easily. Especially considering the amount of power going through these devices, quality and safety are of utmost importance to us. We are not trying to save a couple of dollars on cheap, lightweight international components. Our units are made from heavy-duty components that were built to last. As a result, our machines are quite heavy. This is to ensure only the best quality components and workmanship go into the machines.
What are the radiation absorbers that come with pulser paddle?
The new pulser heads come with a Radiation Absorber. These are built with natural activated materials that absorb and neutralize harmful electromagnetic fields. The Radiation Absorber even works when the unit is not turned on. Just keeping the pulser head near where you sleep will be of benefit. It works simply by tuning into the body’s bio-field to reduce the amount of harmful frequencies within the body. This is included at no additional cost. We also include a dirty electricity filter on the mains coming into our instrument case. These Radiation Absorbers are valued at $40 each but are free when you purchase our super pulsers. These Radiation Absorbers stop the high frequency signals sent down the power lines.
How can I tell which polarity I am pulsing?
There are two easily distinguishable sides to the paddle, a larger and a smaller side. The larger side of the paddle is bio-north, while the smaller side is bio-south. Each paddle’s polarities are tested at three different stages during manufacture to ensure polarity settings are correct.
How strong is your magnetic pulser?
Our unit generates such enormous heat that we have to use much more thermal protection over the paddle. However, this causes complications when trying to get an accurate strength reading from the pulser. For example, the Sota pulser has a covering of 2mm on their paddle. No more is needed because that unit doesn’t generate a great deal of heat. The Klemens pulsers have 10-12mm of heat protection. This means that the surface of the paddle is 5 times further from the coil than the Sota paddle. As with any other magnet, the greatest force is right next to the magnet, but then drops off dramatically afterwards. With a difference of 10mm, this has a massive impact on the strength readings. This is demonstrated very clearly when testing both the Sota pulser and the Klemens pulsers. When testing the same pulser with one reading done at 2mm and one reading done at 10mm, the 10mm measurement showed 6 times less power.
Flipping Coins Like Slow Speed Pulsers
The Klemens Pulsers can induce coin dancing and an older, slower unit can be seen performing coin dancing here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iId97dN9bgo
Our unit does not work quite the same as the slow speed pulsers that can make a coin jump dramatically. While the slow speed unit has flipped a single coin, the Klemens pulsers have already pulsed multiple times. This means that there is a reaction time necessary for a magnetic field to induce current into the coin to make it flip. The Klemens pulsers operational speed is too fast to allow the induced magnetic field to remain to remain on long enough to create the reaction that allows the coin to flip with sufficient force as demonstrated with the slow speed pulsers.
To put this into perspective, the slower pulsers can pulse once every 3.5 seconds. In this same time our Super T Magnetic Pulser has pulsed approximately (227 times). The comparison is even greater with our Super P Magnetic Pulser (322 times) and our Klemens Ultra Pulsa 2019 model (518 times).
An interesting thing to note is that at 300mm, the readings of both pulsers were the same.
There is no scientific research or data to prove that coin flipping is superior to coin dancing, in fact testimonials from customers and from our own experience suggest that high-speed units are more effective than slower speed units. In some cases, low speed units did not produce any noticeable, positive results.
As far as the Gauss measurement and comparison you measured both the Sota and the Klemens from the coil. It seems to me that both should be measured from the outside since that is where the user would place it when treatment is administered.
The magnetic field's effectiveness ranges up to 300 mm so the extra structural coating on our units that we need to cover our coils due to the additional stresses on our coils, become irrelevant.
If we put 2mm over our coils, they would fall apart. I suspect our coils also weigh about 3 times heavier than the Sota. We have never had a coil burnout either which is not the case with the Sota units. I was informed this information by a ex Sota agent.
My only aim in the production of our units is do they work better than the slow speed units and do they achieve quicker results. I have had sufficient feedback from many customers to satisfy me that our units do produce these criteria. If I wasn’t convinced, I would have been making slow speed pulses as they are much easier to sell and would have sold more of them.
Can Using the Klemens Pulsers Make Me Tired?
We are not permitted to give any medical advice as we are not medically qualified practitioners. We can say that some people report feeling tired when they first begin using our devices but that later they are able to increase the duration of their PEMF sessions without the fatigue.
Can Using the Klemens Pulsers Cause Any Negative Effects?
We are not permitted to give any medical advice as we are not medically qualified practitioners. We can only refer people to the medical studies that have been published in an attempt to determine the answer to that question of safety. We recommend everyone investigate the medical evidence before using any PEMF device.
There have been some very interesting medical studies published about the effect of PEMF on human stem cells and bone marrow. The studies demonstrate that, depending on how the PEMF is applied and the conditions surrounding the use of the PEMF device, there can be both positive and negative effects from the use of PEMF.
wound healing and PEMF
stem cells - positive and negative effects of PEMF
bone marrow and PEMF
What kind of units do you make and what are their ranges?
We sell 4 different PEMF machines that have different frequencies.
We also sell the other Bob Beck machines separately or more economically in packages. ie the Klemens Colloidal Silver Generator and the Klemens Zapper. We also sell the Ozonator.
The frequency is the speed ie the pulses per second which ranges from 10 p/s to 75 p/s.
All our pulsers are PEMF devices and they are all based on the Bob Beck protocol and technology.
The Klemens Super T frequency ranges from 10 p/s to 75 p/s.
The Klemens Super P frequency ranges from 10 p/s to 92 p/s.
The Klemens Ultra Pulsa frequency ranges from 10 p/s to 148/ps
The Klemens Spectrum frequency ranges from 3 p/s to 180 p/s.
Phone: 61 7 4157 9962
Mobile: 61 407 257 453
31 Old Cedars Road
South Bingera Q 4670
Phone: 61 7 4157 9962
Mobile: 61 407 257 453
31 Old Cedars Road
South Bingera Q 4670