How it works…
- The electrical energy stored in the capacitor is conducted through a specific plasma chamber and transferred to the treatment loop.
- An impulse occurs. This impulse resembles a damped vibration with an impulse length of approx. 50 µs. The base frequency averages at 240 kHz.
- The energy is transferred through the plasma chamber (aerial spark gap). In the maximums and minimums of the damped vibration, high frequency vibration peaks (spikes) occur within the Mega- and Giga-Hertz range. The repetition rate (pulse rate) varies between 1 and 8 Hz or can be modulated.
- High electric voltages up to 40 kV and peak currents from up to 10,000 A occur within the treatment loop. This enables papimi to reach levels of energy transfer of 96 Ws (Joule) per impulse with a magnetic induction of 50-100 mT.
- The body is penetrated by a magnetic field that releases weak, electrical tensions and electrical currents with the same frequency like the initial magnetic impulses.
How does the ion-induction with papimi work?
The induced tension influences the energy balance of the somatic cells (mitochondria). This tension leads to an increased membrane potential (electroporation). As a general rule, the effect is athermal.
The pulses penetrate the organism. The flow density of the papimi-device, the magnetic field and the electric impact decrease with increasing distance of the treatment loop to the body.