Testing for Radon in Air and Water
We use the Sun Nuclear Corp. Model 1027 Continuous Radon Monitor (CRM), EPA-approved since 1986. The test is run for at least 72 and up to 90 hours, under closed-house conditions. The monitor is then brought back to the office, where the measurements are printed out on a ticker-tape, showing hourly readings as well as an average radon level.
Our monitors are calibrated annually to ensure the greatest possible accuracy.
We also perform radon-in-water tests using the Accustar Labs
liquid scintillation test kits.
Want to do it yourself?
We can provide you with a short-term canister test kit. Follow the directions on the kit, and send the exposed canister to the lab. Shipping to the lab is included. Cost is $25 per kit.