Sniffing for Thoron
Sniffing for thoron with a RAD7 is the quickest way to locate a radon point of entry.
Radon Measurement in Sub-Slab Soil Vapor Using a DURRIDGE RAD7
This document describes the standard operating procedures for using the RAD7 to collect radon measurements from below a building slab, to investigate vapor intrusion.
Product Comparison: Radon In Water Accessories
This document compares the RAD H2O, Big Bottle System, RAD AQUA, and Water Probe.
Short Term Monitoring of Radon: Uncertainty Analysis
An examination of the suitability of the RAD7 for short term radon tests.
Soil Gas Measurement
This article explains how a soil probe is used with a RAD7 to measure radon concentrations in soil gas while preventing the sample from being diluted by outside air.
Technical Note: Thoron Calibration
When calibrating an instrument for thoron measurement, it is necessary to use a thoron sample of known strength and to account for its short half life.
RAD7: How Technology Translates to Performance
The RAD7’s method of measuring radon allows it to be used repeatedly without requiring an excessive recovery time between separate measurements.
Triggering Actions Based On RAD7 Measurements
Learn how to use the DURRIDGE Relay Box along with the 3-Way Serial Adaptor Cable and CAPTURE software to trigger alarms, send emails, and perform other actions in response to RAD7 measurements.