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Stock photo ID:185239897
Upload date:October 16, 2013


'A continuous radon monitor is mounted to a tripod in an unfinished house basement. A house is commonly tested for radon with a single use test kit. If initial readings are high or remediation work has begun a system like this would be used to determine a more accurate measurement over time. An added benefit of this unit is real time measurement. The display screen reads Avg. 3.5 pCi/l (picocuries per liter), the curie is a unit of radioactivity. The background is unfinished drywall with seams and screws.'
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