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Radonova Expands European Footprint - Thomas Chauvin Heads-Up New French Division

Radonova Expands European Footprint - Thomas Chauvin Heads-Up New French Division

News   •   Aug 22, 2019 10:05 CEST

Radonova Laboratories continues to expand and has appointed Thomas Chauvin. Thomas will be responsible for the company's sales, business development and partnerships in the French market. Thomas brings extensive industry experience to the new French operation, enabling Radonova to make inroads into the growing demand for radon measurement and analysis in France.

Measuring radon in water – Radonova gets top marks in EU test

Measuring radon in water – Radonova gets top marks in EU test

News   •   Jul 26, 2019 08:30 CEST

Radonova Laboratories has achieved excellent results in the comparative EU test “REM 2018”. The test measures the incidence of radon in water and compares participating laboratories’ analytical results with a reference value. Radonova’s analysis had an average deviation of 3.1 per cent in relation to the reference value. Deviations up to 15 per cent are judged to be an acceptable result.  

Radonova introduces individual date-marking for detectors used in radon monitoring

Radonova introduces individual date-marking for detectors used in radon monitoring

News   •   Feb 28, 2019 09:10 CET

Together with Radonova´s recently launched vacuum packaging, the individual date-mark ensures that the radon monitoring and analysis work can be carried out with the utmost reliability.

Radonova launches a new product for safe radon monitoring in soil

Radonova launches a new product for safe radon monitoring in soil

News   •   Feb 07, 2019 09:10 CET

Radonova Laboratories is launching a new detector that makes it safer and easier to monitor radon in soil. The new Ecotrak® detector can be used ahead of new builds and property modernisations and provides quick, reliable information on the amount of radon in the soil being tested. Unlike other commonly used soil detectors, Ecotrak® is covered by international comparative tests.

Radonova Laboratories has received an order from the IAEA for radon detectors to monitor radon in Cameroon

Radonova Laboratories has received an order from the IAEA for radon detectors to monitor radon in Cameroon

News   •   Jan 31, 2019 10:10 CET

Radonova Laboratories has received an order from the IAEA for radon detectors to monitor radon in Cameroon. The contract is not only for the delivery of detectors, but also for the analysis of radon samples. As a result, Radonova is delivering materials and services for use on the African continent for the first time.

Radonova joins metroRADON

Radonova joins metroRADON

News   •   Jan 15, 2019 09:10 CET

Radonova Laboratories has joined metroRADON, Europe’s largest project studying radon issues and measuring equipment. As part of metroRADON, Radonova will contribute its long experience of radon measurement with passive devices, i.e. various kinds of sensors and radon detectors.

Gammadata Acquisition Provides Radonova with a Complete Program for Radon Measurement

Gammadata Acquisition Provides Radonova with a Complete Program for Radon Measurement

News   •   Jan 08, 2019 13:55 CET

By acquiring the radon measurement instrument division of Gammadata Instruments, Radonova Laboratories has further strengthened its position as a world leader in home and workplace radon measurement. Through the acquisition, Radonova has added several advanced instruments and products to its portfolio, broadening its range of radon measurement technologies.

Radonova’s radon measurements get top marks from Europe’s leading radiation protection body

Radonova’s radon measurements get top marks from Europe’s leading radiation protection body

News   •   Jan 08, 2019 09:10 CET

Radonova Laboratories has achieved excellent results in reference tests conducted by the German Federal Office For Radiation Protection (Bundesamt für Strahlenschutz - BfS). Comparative tests of four different radon samples show that Radonova’s results differed by less than ten per cent from the reference values in all cases.

Radonova launches new web application - Information in real time and a completely new interface

Radonova launches new web application - Information in real time and a completely new interface

News   •   Dec 18, 2018 09:10 CET

Radonova Laboratories is launching a new version of its web application for customers and partners – RadOnline. The new web application has a completely new and intuitive user interface and gives users secure access to reports, measurement jobs and other data, all updated in real time.

Radonova launches brand-new vacuum packs for radon detectors

Radonova launches brand-new vacuum packs for radon detectors

News   •   Oct 25, 2018 10:10 CEST

Radonova Laboratories is launching a new vacuum packaging solution to allow the detectors used in radon monitoring to be vacuum-sealed with a new machine. This vacuum packaging helps to enhance quality still further and ensures that the monitoring and analysis work can be done without any previous leakage affecting the measurement results.

COIRA chooses radon detectors from Radonova for major international study

COIRA chooses radon detectors from Radonova for major international study

News   •   Sep 27, 2018 11:10 CEST

Radonova Laboratories will be providing radon detectors to a major international study to be run by COIRA (the Coalition of International Radon Associations). The aim of the project is to compare radon measurement results obtained by the world’s leading monitoring institutions in the field of radiation protection. The project started in August 2018 and will run for two years.

Global study confirms the harmful effects of radon

Global study confirms the harmful effects of radon

News   •   Jul 17, 2018 10:10 CEST

A study based on data from 66 countries and presented in Environmental Health Studies (EHP) confirms that there is a clear link between exposure to radon and the risk of lung cancer. Updated data from 2012 show that around 226,000 people died that year from radon-related lung cancer. That means that about three per cent of all those who die from some form of cancer do so because of radon.