Measure radon now!

More than 4 million detectors sold
• The world’s leading laboratory
• Accredited according to ISO 17025
• UK validated measurement service
• Short delivery time and fast response

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Measurement
in houses

Radtrak²® – A detector for reliable long-term measurement.

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Measurement
in workplaces

Radtrak²® – A detector for reliable long-term measurement.

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Moving house?
Rapid measurement

Rapidos® – Gets radon level
measured for you – Fast and Easy

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Rapid test
in workplaces

Rapidos® – A detector for indicative results from as little as 10 days exposure.

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Measurement of radon with detectors from the world’s leading laboratory

Radonova uses the world’s most demanding radon measurement technique. For a premium price, we offer the best and most modern solution. This is why, to date, we have produced and analysed more than four million radon detectors used worldwide. How does this make us better?

  • Radonova has the highest quality and accuracy of measurement as proven by international inter-comparison tests
  • All our products are accredited to the highest standard ISO17025 and have been validated by PHE (Public Health England)
  • Detectors are delivered to you within one or two working days from receiving your order
  • Test results are ready for you to view within 5 working days
  • Measurement results are always available online 24/7

Order your measurement directly from Radonova and be one step closer to a radon-safe workplace or home.

Radon is everywhere – even where you live

Many live in the belief that there is no radon where they live. That’s wrong, unfortunately. Radon gas is everywhere. The key question is, how much? It has been decided that in order to reduce the number of lung cancer cases in the United Kingdom, the target value for radon in indoor air should be 100 Bq/m3. There are a variety of reasons why this threshold may be exceeded, no matter where you live.

Brief facts – where you’ll find radon

  • Radon can be found in the soil throughout the United Kingdom. Its concentration may vary, however.
  • Even “low-risk soil” may have sufficiently high concentrations of radon to cause problems.

Reducing radon content – cheap life insurance

A common reason why homeowners do not measure radon is that they believe any rectification will be expensive and complicated. That’s not usually the case. If measurements indicate a radon content above the 100 Bq/m3 target value, there are usually cost-effective solutions to address the problem. Want to know more?