ALTRAC SAD Exposimeter for outdoor use (soil air measurement)
The geological subsoil on which a building is constructed has a significant influence on the expected radon concentration in a building. The radon potential under a building can be determined by investigating the subsoil. In this context, it is advantageous to determine the radon concentration at a depth of one metre in the ground before constructing new buildings. If elevated values are found, suitable precautions can then be taken to avoid increased radon entering the building. The typical measurement period is a minimum of 1 week to a maximum of 3 weeks. Long-term measurements in soil air with passive exposimeters are part of DIN ISO 11665-11.
Your advantages at a glance
- Fast results due to short measuring time
- Relevant values form the basis for further construction planning
- Evaluation in certified measuring laboratory
- Small measuring body
- Measuring instructions included
Evaluation of passive soil air exposimeters
After the measurement has been completed, send the passive radon exposimeter to the certified measurement laboratory for evaluation. After about 20 days you will receive your personal radon report. Both the costs for the evaluation and the costs for the radon report are already included in the sales price. Therefore you only have to pay the costs for the shipment to the laboratory.
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