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Radon gas in buildings– What is radon gas? | Synthesia Technology

According to the World Health Organization, radon gas is the cause of up to 14% of lung cancer. Radon expands through the air and enters a building affecting the quality of life of its habitants. Where does radon gas come from? Where is radon found?

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Protection against radon gas in existing buildings | Synthesia Technology

In previous articles, we defined different building solutions to prevent radon gas from entering into new buildings. In the case of dealing with the problem of radon in already built constructions, there are two ways of fighting it: ventilation or insulation.

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Protection against radon gas in new buildings | Synthesia Technology

According to current regulations and building best practices, the construction of a new building must ensure that its occupants are not exposed to radon concentrations potentially posing a risk for their health.

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Protection against radon gas in buildings: governing regulations

There are different regulations establishing the measures to guarantee health and safety inside a building. Usually, protection against radon has its own section.

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How does radon get into a building? | Synthesia Technology

From the point of view of healthy buildings, we are developing some articles about radon to see how this gas can be dangerous for our health if it is accumulated inside buildings. But, once we have identified where we are exposed to radon gas, it is essential to...

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Where are we exposed to radon gas? | Synthesia Technology

Radon gas is toxic, and therefore it can pose serious health risks. Outdoor it is diluted, but inside buildings it accumulates. Where are we most exposed to this gas?

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Fire response of polyurethane: false myths

Polyurethane systems surround our daily lives, however, we still hear some voices that call into question the response of polyurethane in case of fire. 

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