◆ Radon gas is a naturally occurring radioactive element that can be found and accumulate inside buildings, including private homes. This gas can cause cancer.
◆ The risk depends on the area of the country in which the building is located, the local geology and the subsoil.
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Using our Radtrak³© detectors it is possible to obtain a reliable measure of radon levels in the home.
These detectors are specifically designed to measure the average annual level of radon concentration.
The radon measurement is normally carried out with two Radtrak³© detectors (one located in the master bedroom and the other in the living room) and exposed for three months in order to compensate for variations in the radon concentration that occur during each day.
Radtrak³© detectors are supplied in groups of two but it is possible to order another quantity to measure in any other room that is very busy (eg children's rooms).
Place the Radtrak³© detectors according to the instructions received. Enter My Pages with the data that has been provided to you. Enter the data of the place of measurement, start and end of the measurement, etc.
Leave the Radtrak³© detectors in the same place for 3 months before returning them to our laboratory. When you remove the detectors, go back into your user account and enter the day on which the measurement was completed. We will use the information you have entered at the start and end of the measurement to accurately calculate the radon level.
Once we receive the Radtrak³© detectors we will proceed to their analysis. The test report can be obtained online in your user account.
Do you have any questions regarding the measurement of radon in your home?
You can always contact us directly by email or by phone.
This is what is included with the detector supply:
► Detector deployment instructions
► Information necessary to register on the website, indicating the start and end of the measure and consult the result of the analysis carried out.
► Analysis and test reports from our ISO 17025 accredited laboratory.
► Measures in accordance with the recommendations of the Nuclear Safety Council.
► The result is the average annual value of the radon gas concentration in the building/home.
► Telephone contact.
If a quick measurement is required, we recommend using our Rapidos® detectors.