Mitigation kit - RN2 Fan - Do-It-Yourself - Sub Slab Depressurization
This kit contains all the difficult to find bits to complete your own Do-It-Yourself Active Slab Depressurization radon mitigation system. The RN2 fan is commonly used for Do-It-Yourself mitigations.
These systems have demonstrated up to a 99% reduction in indoor radon levels. Just add pipe, pipe cement and some sweat equity, and you can start breathing safe again.
Health Canada strongly recommends hiring a certified C-NRPP radon mitigation professional. Professionals can properly determine airflow and fan sizing requirements, seal radon entry paths, identify potentially deadly back-drafting situations, and properly seal building envelope penetrations.
However - if hiring a pro is not an option, following the DIY manual included in this kit gives you a good chance at constructing a radon mitigation system that is both safe and effective. Be sure to consult with a pro if you have any questions relating to the safety of your system.
This kit is to be used with 4" schedule 40 PVC or ABS pipe.
- A Step by Step Manual - Protecting Your Home From Radon In Canada - Doug Kladder
- Sealant indoor tube – 300ml
- Uniseal 4" Bushing
- RN2 Fantech inline radon fan
- 2 Fernco black couplers
- Bracing kit with 2 noise-reducing ring clamps, 1' threaded rod, 2 ceiling plates, 8' of web strapping
- Electrical cord (8' two prongs)
- Electrical strain relief
- 4" U-tube manometer
- Sound reducing foam insert
- Varmint guard - grey
- Label and radon mitigation system information packet
- CO monitor
Note: Fan sizing can only be completed through diagnostic measurements using industry-specific tools that the average homeowner will not have. Unfortunately, returns or exchanges on fans for a different size will not be accepted. If you want to ensure the optimal fan for the job, we recommend hiring a C-NRPP certified professional who performs installations based on the CGSB 149.12-2017 standard.
RN2 technical specs: