Frequenly Asked Questions

Radiation is one of the most common forms of energy originating as a wave from an identifiable source and spreading through open space. In this modern time and age, we are all exposed to radiation emitting from cellular antennas and other types of antennas in urban centers and on rooftops. Most of these antennas are concealed and cannot be seen by the naked eye. The radiation they emit isn’t felt physically although it certainly affects the human body.

When talking about radiation, one can not ignore the dangers of lengthy exposure to other hazards, such as Wi-Fi radiation, electromagnetic radiation, air pollutants, and the like. Such hazards necessitate constant monitoring to ensure a healthy and risk free environment. Research shows that constant exposure to radiation over extended periods of time increases the risk for cancer as well as for other diseases.

Researchers certainly believe so. Kids are dramatically more susceptible to the effects of radiation due to several reasons: • Still in the midst of their growing process, kids' cells multiply at greater rates making them vulnerable to radiation • Not fully developed immune systems • A thinner cranium than those of adults which protects the brain to a lesser degree • Kids' brains contain a higher percentage of liquids which intensifies the effects of radiation exposure The overwhelming majority of schools and academic institutions have antennas installed in their vicinity. While a certain classroom may be exposed to radiation within the approved range, another classroom just down the hall may be exposed to dangerous amounts of radiation. Only continuous monitoring will be able to reveal the exact amounts of radiation each and every classroom is exposed to. Furthermore, only continuous monitoring will reveal if the monitored premises is exposed to any of the other aforementioned hazards.

Such systems are vital for organizations and institutions as they serve two main purposes: • Employees and staff (faculty, doctors, researchers, manufacturing personnel, laboratory personnel, communications technicians, hi-tech employees, and the like) know that their organization is taking every possible precaution, that it ensures that their environment is risk free and healthy, and that goes to great lengths to make certain that they avoid exposure to hazards. • Executives and office holders benefit from complete and consistent peace of mind as they know they meet regulation requirements and can rely on specific and continuous documentation.

Periodic tests may meet certain regulation requirements but they create a false sense of safety. Periodic tests do exactly that, they test exposure levels on certain periods of time, usually in intervals measured by years. The problem is that they don’t monitor what happens the moment after the test is over. Radiation and pollution levels may greatly vary during the week, during the day, or even during the hour. Only continuous monitoring systems will be able to alleviate all fears and concerns and make sure that everyone is safe from over exposure any moment of any day.

Generally speaking, it is preferable to place detectors at the parameter of the premises, be it an office building, a laboratory, a school, or any other facility. The larger the number of installed detectors, the better protected the environment will be.

Of course! RadGreen's systems are fully functional and have been installed in numerous organizations which now benefit from continuous environmental monitoring and from complete and utter peace of mind.


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