Corentium Home Radon Detector by Airthings 223 Portable, Lightweight, Easy-to-Use, (3) AAA Battery Operated, USA Version, pCi/L


  • Quick results, with your first radon level indication in 24 hours
  • Lightweight and portable
  • Battery operated with a 2-year battery life
  • Unaffected by electromagnetic interference and dust, performs optimally in humidity < 85%
  • Designed in Europe and tested in Japan, Germany, France & USA


From the manufacturer

Why Choose A Digital Radon Detector?
Meet Corentium Home by Airthings
A simple but powerful radon gas detector. It provides exactly what you need to stay on top of your radon levels - no more, no less.

Quick results
Easy to use
Accurate
Portable
Long battery life
Long terms and short term average radon concentration
Can be reset and start a new measurement as many times as you want

State-Of-The-Art Radon Gas Detector
A state-of-the-art measuring instrument that combines ease of use and performance.

The Corentium Home radon gas detector allows you to take a reading of the radon levels and the LCD screen displays the average daily, weekly and long term concentrations. Powered by 3 standard AAA batteries, the monitor makes it easy to take measurements from one room to another in order to get an overview of the concentrations of radon in a home, workplace, school, a daycare center or any other location. The Corentium Home radon detector is also an essential tool to use when performing property inspections or when checking the operation of a radon mitigation system.

What is Radon?
Leading cause of lung cancer for non-smokers.
Kills more than 6x the amount of people that home fires and carbon monoxide combined.
An invisible, odorless, tasteless, radioactive gas.
Is present in all buildings and homes.
Fluctuates daily, weekly, yearly.
Easily monitored and managed with a digital radon detector.

Everything You Need In A Radon Monitor
Accuracy
Radon levels change. We want to provide you with long term and short term averages with the most accurate readings every 24 hours. See everything you need right on the display.

Advanced technology
The internal architecture of the Corentium Home radon detector comes from advanced technology normally reserved for commercial-type detectors. Particular attention has been paid to the quality and protection of the internal components, allowing the use of algorithms for signal analysis that are more sophisticated. The Corentium Home radon monitor quickly adapts to its environment and eliminates inaccuracies related to external factors, allowing it to obtain the best accuracy in its niche.

The Corentium Home radon gas detector is guaranteed for one year and in normal home use, it requires no annual calibrations throughout its useful life, estimated at over 10 years.

Reporting
Enter your measurements and get a printable report-card sent to your inbox.

Product description
The Corentium Home by Airthings radon detector is a state-of-the-art measuring instrument that combines ease of use and performance. The Corentium Home by Airthings radon gas detector allows you to take a reading of the radon levels and its LCD screen displays the average daily, weekly and long term concentrations. Powered by 3 standard AAA batteries, the radon monitor makes it easy to take measurements from one room to another in order to get an overview of the concentrations of radon in a home, workplace, school, a daycare centre or any other location. The Corentium Home by Airthings radon detector is also an essential tool to use when performing property inspections or when checking the operation of a radon mitigation system. The internal architecture of the Corentium Home by Airthings radon monitor comes from advanced technology normally reserved for commercial-type detectors. Particular attention has been paid to the quality and protection of the internal components, allowing the use of algorithms for signal analysis that are more sophisticated. The Corentium Home by Airthings radon gas detector quickly adapts to its environment and eliminates inaccuracies related to external factors, allowing it to obtain the best accuracy in its niche. The Corentium Home by Airthings radon monitor is guaranteed for one year and in normal home use, it requires no annual calibrations throughout its useful life, estimated at over 10 years.

Top customer reviews

This is one of the most important $200 purchases I've made. Having this in my basement was extremely eye opening, showing me that:

-The radon mitigation fan that was installed in my house, which is working in the green (according to its vacuum indicator), does essentially nothing to reduce radon levels. On or off, same averages. *See update below, I don't believe this to be completely accurate anymore. Just don't RELY on your radon fan as your only means of protection.

-The radon levels can swing WILDLY when air-moving appliances are in use. My basement averaged around 1 pCi/L for months, then shot up to over 5 when we began running the heater. I believe the heater was lowering the relative pressure in the basement (exhausting air via flue), causing far more gas to be sucked in through the cracks in the concrete slab and foundation walls. I'm currently in the process of remedying that, and this tool gives me the info I need to know if my changes (patching cracks, ventilation, etc) are making a difference. We're seeing our radon drop to the lowest levels yet due to our improvements, thanks to the help of this tool letting us know what is working and what is not.

You simply CANNOT rely on some "professional" coming into your house and testing your radon level, even if tested over a long period of time. The average radon level in your house over a week or month is meaningless when it can change so drastically month to month. If you live in a place where radon is known to be problematic (I'm in CO), then you need continual monitoring.

*Update:
After a lot more testing, I've come to appreciate my 80 watt radon mitigation fan that pulls air from beneath my basement slabs. With it on, a few windows cracked, and the central air intake in the basement sealed to increase relative pressure, I've managed to get radon averages from 5 pCi/L (dangerous) to 0.50 pCi/L (safe) regardless of the heater occasionally running.