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CT007-R Radon Sniffer

CT007-R Radon Sniffer

Using a radon sniffer is the fastest way for you to locate a radon entry point in a building. It can indicate the presence of a radon source in only 15 seconds! Check out our videos that demonstrate the enriched user experiences on the Radon Sniffer app and how the CT007-R is used in mitigation.

The radon sniffer is light, rugged, and versatile. It features a large OLED display for user friendly measurement viewing and one button control that makes operation simple. It is wirelessly connectable to smartphones via Bluetooth low energy, so users can monitor and manipulate real-time data through the “Radon Sniffer” app available on both Android and iOS systems. It is ideal for finding radon entry points and confirming the success of your mitigation work. In all, you will find that a radon sniffer is an indispensable tool for any radon mitigation project.

Locate Radon Sources:

Before beginning any remediation work, spend a few minutes using the radon sniffer to find where the radon is entering the building in order to determine the scope of the work that is required. Because the response time is only 15 seconds, you will know almost instantly when you come across a radon entry point!

Quick Check:

After remediation work has been completed, quickly verify that the mitigation has been successful before leaving the job site. Check all of the locations where the radon concentrations were previously high and test the general air in the room with a simple 30 minute test.

Fast and Accurate Response:

The CT007-R Radon Sniffer can indicate the presence of a radon source in only 15 seconds which can be an ideal tool for high radon concentration detection. The radon detection algorithm accounts for radon progeny generated from detected radon gas to make detection more accurate.

Compact and Wireless Solution:

The CT007-R is a light and compact solution for radon detection. The CT007-R Radon Sniffer can be connected to smartphones via Bluetooth Low Energy so that users can remotely monitor in real-time.