Radon measurement in workplaces

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It is simple to make a radon measurement. Order our Radtrak²® detectors and perform a measurement of the radon level over a period of 3 months. Our detectors can measure down to 20 Bq / m3, which is of great importance if you are to use the measurement results for eg BREEAM certification.

When you enter the number of buildings, you will receive an instruction form that provides a unique report per building after analysis.

Do you need assistance in calculating how many radon detectors are required to measure radon on your workplace?
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This is how you calculate the number of required radon detectors

  • In all rooms where staff stay more than 4 hours a day, at least one radon detector is placed
  • If staff move between 2 or more rooms and are in these together for more than 4 hours per day, all rooms should be measured
  • Underground rooms where staff stay more than 50 hours per year should be measured
  • For larger premises, a radon detector per 150 m2 is placed on the ground floor and a radon detector per 250 m2 on the other floors

These instructions are based on IRMA’s measurement method for calculating the number of radon detectors at workplaces.

The price includes:

  • 1 x Radtrak2® detector in a sealed bag
  • Clear instructions for use which show where the detectors should be located
  • A secure online account with log in details for recording start and finish dates
  • Online analysis and measurement report from our accredited laboratory within 1-2 weeks after the laboratory has received the detectors
  • If the measurement has been performed correctly according to instructions, an average annual value for short-term measurement of radon content for the individual measurement points
  • Telephone support if you require help

When ordering more than 200 detectors, please request a quotation.

Do you have any questions about radon measurement in workplaces, public premises or schools?

You can always contact us e-mail or phone.

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