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Ecotrak® – radon measurement in soil

Radonova launches ECOTRAK®, a new product for safe radon monitoring in soil Radonova Laboratories is launching a new detector that makes it safer and easier to monitor radon in soil. The new Ecotrak® detector can be used ahead of new builds and property modernisations and provides quick, reliable information on the amount of radon in the soil being tested. Unlike…
Christine Bolster
February 5, 2019
MeasurementNews

Acquisition of Gammadata provides Radonova with a Complete Program for Radon Measurement

By acquiring the radon measurement instrument division of Gammadata Instruments, Radonova Laboratories has further strengthened its position as a world leader in home and workplace radon measurement. Through the acquisition, Radonova has added several advanced instruments and products to its portfolio. Broadening its range of radon measurement technologies. By offering a comprehensive program for radon measurement, Radonova is responding to…
Christine Bolster
January 7, 2019
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Radon Entry Points – Basement

Below Grade WindowsSump PumpCracks in Foundation WallsFootingCracks in Concrete SlabFloor DrainsSupport PostsMany homes have basement areas. Whether finished or not there is always a potential for radon to enter your home through the basement. Not all homes will have every radon entry point shown, but the image shows the most common ones. Any one of these entry points could contribute to a…
Christine Bolster
December 28, 2018
MeasurementWorkplace

Radon can be a health risk in ordinary workplaces

Workplace radon is a so-called “inert" gas that emits ionising radiation, which means that radon is radioactive. Therefore it is also a potent risk. Ionising radiation can cause damage to cells, which in turn leads to illnesses such as cancer. Lung cancer is the most common form of cancer that radon can cause Radon gas is an element that can…
Christine Bolster
December 14, 2018
MeasurementWorkplace

Guide to radon monitoring in the workplace

Under the EU Radiation Protection Directive, 2013/59/Euratom, which entered into force in February 2018, employers must determine the radon concentrations in the workplace and take appropriate measures to address radon levels above the national limit for radon. With the introduction of the new Directive, questions often arise as to how radon monitoring in the workplace should be handled. How do…
Christine Bolster
November 30, 2018
MeasurementNews

Radonova launches brand-new vacuum packs for radon detectors

Radonova are launching a new vacuum packaging solution. The new packaging enables us to vacuum seal radon detectors during transit which helps us to improve quality even further. This ensures safe transit and analysis can be done without radon leakages. The packaging technique will help prevent damaging effects from external factors on the measurement results. With radon monitoring it is…
Christine Bolster
November 16, 2018