Welcome to the instructional video for our Grounding Mat. Before you use the Grounding Mat for the first time, I’d like to provide you with some general tips and guidelines. It is important that you follow the recommendations as this will give you the best use of the Grounding Mat.
Firstly, let’s discuss what you should do before your initial use. I’ll explain how the Grounding Mat works and demonstrate how you can test its functionality using a multimeter.
Since you’ll have direct skin contact with the Grounding Mat, it’s recommended to wipe the mat with a damp cloth for hygiene purposes. Remember to clean both sides of the mat.
Afterward, allow the Grounding Mat to dry and air out in a well-ventilated area for approximately 1-2 hours.
Next, connect the grounding cord to the mat.
Connect the other end to the grounding port of an electrical outlet.
If you were to test the mat’s conductivity with a multimeter as shown here, you wouldn’t receive a reading. But why is that?
Our Grounding Mat is designed to mimic the conductivity of natural moist earth. While metals have continuous conductivity, natural moist earth, like what you see here, doesn’t exhibit direct conductivity. The multimeter displays zero, just like with our Grounding Mat.
However, when you touch the ground, you experience grounding, as indicated by the decreasing value on the multimeter.
The Grounding Mat possesses the same grounding properties and effectively reduces body voltage, as demonstrated here from 12 to 4. As you can see, our mat replicates the natural grounding properties of moist earth found in nature, but without the need for dirty hands. 😊
You can use the Grounding Mat for desk.
Use it as an grounding mat for bed.
or as a grounding foot mat wherever you prefer to spend your time.
These were the most important points to consider when using the grounding mat. Now I wish you a pleasant and grounding experience with the Nasafes Grounding mat!