AirChek Radon Water Test Kit

Radon Water Test Kit

Radon Water Test Kit
Model: RZ02
Our Price: $27.00
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Radon gas can dissolve in groundwater and later be released into the air during such normal household activities as showering, dishwashing and doing laundry. People who are exposed to radon in drinking water may have increased risk of getting cancer over the course of their lifetime, especially lung cancer.

Compared to radon entering through the soil, radon entering through water will in most cases be a small source of risk, however the risk does exist. If you measure radon in the air in your home and find a radon problem and your water comes from a well, it is advisable to conduct a radon water test. It takes about 10,000 pCi/L of radon in water to raise the radon in indoor air by 1 pCi/L. Problems found with radon in water after conducting a radon water test can be readily fixed. The most effective treatment is to remove radon from the water before it enters the home. This is called point-of-entry treatment. Treatment at your water tap is called point-of-use treatment. Unfortunately, point-of-use treatment will not reduce most of the inhalation risk from radon.

Attention New Jersey Residents: Unfortunately we are not able to sell Radon Test Kits to New Jersey customers. Click here to view additional details. We apologize for the inconvenience.

  • Meets EPA radon proficiency program requirements
  • Laboratory analysis fees are included in purchase price (no hidden fees)
  • Very easy and simple to use
  • Fast, free shipping from us to you. (return postage to the lab is not included with this kit)
  • Fast lab turnaround, the kits are processed the same day they are received


Average Customer Rating 4.6 4.5 stars (based on 61 reviews)

Displaying reviews 1-10 of 61
By Mike
From St Paul, MN
5 stars Good Service, clear sampling instructions, prompt results.
Recommend this product if trying to identify radon sources.
By John
From Taos, NM
4 stars Test Kit S/N
Easy to use but I would rather take the sample at an indoor sink. In Winter its tough to use an outside hose bib sometimes. Most of the are winterized.
By John
From Taos, NM
4 stars Test Kit S/N
I forgot to note the test kit S/N on the bottle and now I have to wait for the US mail. The S/N should be on the delivery receipt. So I can't really rate the entire service. The test kit itself was excellent. Easy to use, with clear instructions.
By bre
From hermann, MO
5 stars water test
Radon Water test worked well. I have no complaints about how the test worked. Results came back in a few days just like they were supposed to.
By John
From Louisburg, NC
5 stars Excellent company
I ordered my kit and it arrived earlier than expected. I made a call to customer service and my question was answered quickly. After sending in my sample I received results back fast. outstanding service
By John
From Craryville, NY
5 stars Easy to use
Company provides fast turn around results and a product that was easy to use.
By Guy
From Richland, MI
5 stars Water Radon Test Kit
The kit arrived quickly. Instructions were simple. Mailed the sample Monday and received the results,by email, Thursday. Good item.
From Morrison, CO
4 stars Easy instructions
Found the instructions very easy to follow, the results were given a few days after I mailed the sample to the lab. Data came with an example of what to expect, and where the limits are.
By Dawn Coffee
From Mishawaka, IN
5 stars Radon in Water Kit
Great kits that are easy to use. Fast processing time and at an affordable price.
By Craig
From Brighton, MI
5 stars Water test
Sampling was easy. Test results came back quickly.

Why do I need to test for radon?

Radon comes from the natural (radioactive) breakdown of uranium in soil, rock, and water, entering the air you breathe. Radon is colorless and odorless. It can infiltrate any type of building - homes, offices, and schools - and build up to high levels. But you and your family will most likely receive your greatest exposure where you spend most of your time... your home.

It is estimated that radon causes many thousands of deaths each year because breathing air that contains radon can cause lung cancer. In fact, the Surgeon General has warned that radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States today. Only smoking causes more lung cancer deaths. If you smoke and your home has high radon levels, your risk of contracting lung cancer is especially high.

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