Tuesday, March 14, 2006

The Advantages of a Continuous Radon Monitor Test

Radon measurement devices fall broadly into 2 categories; passive or active radon monitors.

A passive radon monitor is generally small and light weight and does not require any power to operate. Passive radon monitors also need to be sent away for some sort of laboratory analysis. Some examples of passive monitors are charcoal canisters, electret ion chambers, and alpha track detectors. See more information on passive radon monitors.

A continuous radon monitor (CRM) is an active radon monitor. The continuous radon monitor is electronic and therefore requires some sort of power to operate. It can get its power either from a standard AC wall outlet or from batteries.

Find out the benefits and advantages of using a continuous radon monitor to safe protect your home or business.


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