Radon is a health hazard with a simple solution
Reducing radon in your home
Radon is a radioactive gas that is produced naturally by the breakdown of uranium in the ground. Since radon can't be seen, smelled, or tasted, it can get into your home undetected. In outdoor air, radon is diluted and therefore not a concern. But in confined spaces like your house, radon can build up to high levels and become a health risk.
One of active solutions is a commonly-used method known as sub-slab depressurization: a pipe is installed through the foundation floor and is piped to the outside with a small exhaust fan, which draws the radon from under the house and pushes it back outside, before it can enter your home.
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Rn1 Inline Radon FanRn1 is specifically designed for applications where lower pressure and flow are needed.
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Rn2 Inline Radon FanRn2 is the standard for Radon Mitigation. Ideally tailored performance curve for a vast majority of radon mitigation.
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Rn3 Inline Radon FanThe Rn3 model is an excellent choice for systems with elevated radon levels, poor communication, multiple suction points and/or large sub slab footprint.
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Rn 4EC-3 Inline Radon FanSpecifically designed for mitigation systems requiring high suction air performance, with the built-in flexibility to provide greater air flow rates at lower suction pressures as well.
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Rn 4EC-4 Inline Radon FanSpecifically designed for mitigation systems requiring high suction air performance, with the built-in flexibility to provide greater air flow rates at lower suction pressures as well.
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Rn2SL Inline Radon FanExterior-mount fan features a sleek, neutral-colored housing that blends well with the appearance of many homes’ exteriors. Connects directly to the system pipe.