Air sampler Alpha Track AT-100 from AccuStar, with english user manual.
This test kit must be exposed at least 90 days, and maximum 360 days, and then must be sent to the AccuStar laboratory in USA.
Laboratory analysis fee are included in the price.
Laboratory will send directly to customer their result by email and by mail, 2 weeks after receiving the canister.
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The Alpha Track AT-100 radon monitor is a diffusion-based track detector originally designed in 1986. The current improved design filters out dust and radon progeny through a structural filter that is an integral part of the housing, resulting in increased sturdiness. The housing is injection molded from electrically conducting plastic in order to minimize electrical charge effects from the positively charged radon progeny generated inside the detector. The hemispherical base is designed to maximize sensitivity and create a more uniform track distribution for better counting statistics.
The track detector foil inside the housing is from dosimetry-grade CR-39 cast for AccuStar Labs by American Techniplastics. The sheets of CR-39 are laser cut and engraved with a unique batch number. Each batch is calibrated and receives its own calibration factor. All sheets are also checked for background tracks.
Each detector is given a unique bar coded number and sealed inside a radon-tight pouch. The unique Nu-Clear pouch is transparent, which prevents any labeling errors from occurring.
AccuStar Labs remains the only laboratory in the United States to use electrochemical etching to process its alpha track foils which are subsequently counted with computer-aided image analysis equipment. This kind of system was found superior to chemically etched alpha track radon detectors in an article comparing radon detection methods by John Matuszek of the New York State Department of Health (J.M. Matuszek, et al., “Standardization of Radon Measurements”, Environmental International, December 1988).
* Rugged structural filter for both indoor and outdoor use
* Twin removable serial labels, human and bar code readable
* Electrochemical etching for better track resolution
* Clear direct read pouch reduces serial errors
* Large foil area counted for better statistics (over 40 square mm)
* Hemispherical housing base for better track distribution
* Electrically conducting housing reduces charge effects and clustering
* Cover an area of 600 square feet (without wall)