Indoor air alpha track radon detector measurements
Radon is an odourless and invisible radioactive gas that can be present in indoor air. Long-term exposure to high radon levels considerably increases the risk of lung cancer. Radon is undetectable by the human senses, so the only way to determine the concentration of radon in indoor air is to measure it.
Radon concentration in indoor air must be determined by a reliable measurement method. Radon levels in indoor air should be measured at least every 10 years. Radon measurement can be ordered from either STUK or another operator that uses a method of measurement approved by STUK.
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