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A wireless radon detector for continuous monitoring of radon in real-time.
- Reports for day, evening, or working hours
- Factory calibration
- Wireless data transfer
- 60-day battery life
- NRPP approved
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Radon gas exposure takes about 21,000 lives in the United States alone every year. It is a carcinogenic, radioactive gas and is the second most prevalent cause of lung cancer after tobacco use. Radon is created by the breakdown of uranium present in the soil and underground. Every home or building has some amount of radon. Even outside air has radon gas. The problem is when radon gas becomes concentrated to higher levels such as inside homes, workplaces, schools, and other building structures.
Radon gas has no odor, no color, and is undetectable by human senses. Homes and buildings affected by Radon can be easily mitigated to reduce the levels of this dangerous gas. However, as long as this undetectable gas remains undiscovered, it presents a serious health hazard.
Unfortunately, there are no signs or symptoms of exposure to Radon Gas. With the exception of a Radon detection kit, the development of lung cancer is the only other indicator of its presence.
Symptoms of Lung Cancer from Radon Exposure include:
- Persistent cough
- Shortness of breath
- Chest pain
- Coughing up blood
- Weight loss
- Frequent bronchitis and pneumonia
- Loss of appetite
When present outdoors, Radon is not a significant threat to human health. It is only when the radioactive gas is trapped in spaces occupied by people that it becomes a danger. Radon seeps upward through the soil and can accumulate inside buildings where the foundation is cracked or otherwise compromised.
When detected, Radon can be easily removed by circulating the air in the affected spaces. Radon seepage into a home or other structure can be stopped by sealing or repairing the foundation. However, if Radon Gas goes undetected- these simple measures cannot be taken- placing you, your family and guests, or your employees and customers at risk.
Thankfully there is a way to detect radon gas that is safe, reliable, and affordable. Every year, hundreds of thousands of lives are potentially saved by using simple Radon Test Kits.