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Radon Bubble-up System

Removing radon from a water system is a simple matter of releasing the gas in a safe manner. Your water is aerated and blown inside the system. The radon is bubbled up and out, and the clean water is pumped into your pipes. The radon gas is then vented outside, usually through the roof of your home. A radon bubble-up system takes up less space than a standard size washing machine.









Here's how it works





Your water is aerated and blown into the inside cup. Radon is bubbled up and out. Your cleaned water overflows the brim of the cup and a built-in pump automatically delivers it to your home.





 
   
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