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Device Protocols

Radon and Radon Decay Product Measurement Methods

Table of Contents

Section 1: General Considerations
1.1 Introduction and Background
1.2 General Guidance on Measurement Strategy, Measurement Conditions, Device Location Selection, and Documentation
1.3 Quality Assurance

Section 2: Indoor Radon Measurement Device Protocols
2.1 Protocol for Using Continuous Radon Monitors (CR) to Measure Indoor Radon Concentrations
2.2 Protocol for Using Alpha Track Detectors (AT or ATD) to Measure Indoor Radon Concentrations
2.3 Protocol for Using Electret Ion Chamber Radon Detectors (EC or ES, EL) to Measure Indoor Radon Concentrations
2.4 Protocol for Using Activated Charcoal Adsorption Devices (AC) to Measure Indoor Radon Concentrations
2.5 Protocol for Using Charcoal Liquid Scintillation (LS) Devices to Measure Indoor Radon Concentrations
2.6 Protocol for Using Grab Radon Sampling (GB, GC, GS), Pump/Collapsible Bag Devices (PB), and Three-Day Integrating Evacuated Scintillation Cells (SC) to Measure Indoor Radon Concentrations
2.7 Interim Protocol for Using Unfiltered Track Detectors (UT) to Measure Indoor Radon Concentrations

Section 3: Indoor Radon Decay Product Measurement Device Protocols
3.1 Protocol for Using Continuous Working Level Monitors (CW) to Measure Indoor Radon Decay Product Concentrations
3.2 Protocol for Using Radon Progeny Integrating Sampling Units (RPISU or RP) to Measure Indoor Radon Decay Product Concentrations
3.3 Protocol for Using Grab Sampling-Working Level (GW) to Measure Indoor Radon Decay Product Concentrations

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