C-16-109 - Radon Challenges - Gnarly Tales from the Field

Interpreting radon measurements or mitigating buildings with radon concerns is not always as easy we would like them to be. Experienced radon professionals from both sides of the profession occasionally will run across a situation that doesn’t necessarily fit the simple diurnal cycles that affect stack effect or houses that don’t adhere to the simple mitigation diagrams we often see in texts.
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Description

This course addresses unique challenges to the radon professional including:

 

  • Buried Return Ducts
  • Untreated Adjacent Foundations
  • Wind Spikes
  • Working with Tight Soils
  • Highly Permeable Soils
  • Leaky Forced Air Ductwork
  • Inaccessible Crawlspaces
  • Emanation from Contaminated Building Materials
  • In-Floor Heating Systems
  • Post Tension Slabs

 

This course goes beyond simply identifying these concerns but actually presents solutions using real life case studies.  It also demonstrates the use of diagnostic equipment to aid one in identifying a problem and provides downloadable tools that the student can use for estimating pressure drop in mitigation systems, air flow as well as the significance of a radon emanation source.

 

Recorded with a live audience, the virtual student benefits from the formal instruction and contributions from the seasoned professionals who participated.

 

The format of the course combines video of presenter and attendees synchronized with powerpoint slides for an experience comparable to being “in the classroom” without the hassle, which has become a hallmark for CERTI courses.

 

 

Course Includes:

  • Video (can be paused and navigated via Table of Contents or Key Word Search)
  • Online Quizzes
  • Downloadable Course Certificate
  • 16 CE Credits  (Category 1)

Reviews

Wednesday, 23 May 2018
Colten said: 5 out of 5 I recommend this course
Tuesday, 22 May 2018
Ethan said: There was some very useful information on here that i will use in the future.
Tuesday, 22 May 2018
Brian said: What a blast to spend time with Doug. I can't thank you enough for bringing your depth of knowledge to a great and someday valued industry. I will be retiring soon (based on whats best for firm) and wish you the best.
Tuesday, 22 May 2018
Mark said: I recommend this course 5 out of 5