Take a deep breath.

Cleaning indoor air has never been easier


Radoff Life ​​is the first and only smart device with an IoT system capable of constantly monitoring the air quality in any indoor environment and activating a remediation process without the need for complex and expensive structural measures as required by the current solutions available on the market.
Radoff Life, thanks to its patented system, is able to reduce radon gas, fine dust, carbon dioxide and volatile organic compounds in closed environments up to 70 square meters, activating a bonification action as soon as the levels exceed the limits allowed by the Euratom 2013/59 standard.

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The European legislation

Directive 2013/59/EURATOM imposes the obligation to monitor radon gas and implement remediation solutions.
In Italy, in July 2020, the delegation bill for the adoption of the Directive was passed by the Senate. Some regions have already started to act autonomously with regional laws already in force: Apulia (Regional Law 30/2016) Campania (Regional Law 8 July 2019, n.13) and Lombardia (Regionale Law 3 March 2022, n.3).

Continuous monitoring for your well-being


Radoff Life constantly monitors the quality of the indoor air you breathe by discovering what is lurking within the environment. It acts automatically and intelligently to maintain a healthy and safe space.
Thanks to state-of-the-art sensors, the device monitors in real time: temperature, pressure, humidity, particulate matter down to 0.1 microns, volatile organic compounds, carbon dioxide, and radon gas.

Radon is detected thanks to Radoff Sensor: a Radon gas sensor that can provide reliable values with faster response times than conventional Radon-detectors.

Breathe in a new and regenerated air


Breathing clean air within the home is a matter of fundamental importance.
And now, thanks to Radoff Life, you can too.
This phygital device integrates the various disciplines of classical physics combined with the digital advancements of our time. Only through this new technology and therefore by systematizing all the innumerable variables that affect the distribution of this “invisible enemy,” we were able to create the definitive answer to radon gas and indoor pollution.
Because breathing well is important.

Discover the parameters detected by the device

Radon gas



Atmospheric pressure

Fine dust

Volatile organic component

Carbon dioxide

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Discover the parameters detected by the device

Simple: because it is about your health and that of your loved ones.
There are countless news reports by the media that speak every day of the rise in air pollution globally, but indoor air pollution – despite not causing a stir like climate change – is just as serious and important. So what are the sources of indoor air pollution, measured by Radoff Life, against which we must protect ourselves?



Radon gas

The most dangerous among indoor contaminants. Radon is a radioactive noble gas of natural origin that is generated spontaneously and in small quantities in subsoil and rocks and then dispersed into the atmosphere.Come tutti i gas nobili, il Radon è incolore e inodore, quindi difficile da rilevare.
L’inalazione di gas Radon negli ambienti indoor può rivelarsi molto dannosa per la salute delle persone perché può innescare mutazioni genetiche che possono degenerare in tumori e leucemie. Il gas Radon è classificato come cancerogeno di grado 1 per l’uomo.
La concentrazione di radon non è costante ma varia nel tempo influenzata da altri fattori ambientali. Varia dal giorno alla notte, in base alle stagioni e in relazione all’umidità. Per questo è importante misurarlo e controllarlo in continuo.


Maintaining the right temperature in rooms ensures the protection of our health and contributes to the reduction of environmental pollution.
In a lifestyle that sees the concept of eco-sustainability more and more closely, it is also necessary to pay attention to the temperatures in homes and workspaces.
Inadequate temperature and humidity levels leave an impact on the quality of air.
As the temperature increases so does the humidity and, consequently, the release of chemicals into the air.


Its value should be between 40% and 60%.
Excessive humidity in a closed environment damages the well-being of the people who live there.
A humidity level that is too high becomes dangerous because the humidity settles on the walls creating mold spores that can cause, in the long term, respiratory infections, allergic reactions, and asthma attacks.
At the same time, a humidity level that is too low will make the climate dry and facilitate the spread of bacteria and viruses in the environment.

Atmospheric pressure

Atmospheric pressure is the pressure recorded at any point on the Earth’s surface and is equivalent to the weight of a column of air over an area of ​​one square meter.
Factors affecting atmospheric pressure are: humidity, temperature, and altitude.
The variation in atmospheric pressure can cause more or less severe symptoms in people, including headaches, dizziness, joint pain, a sense of weakness, and reduced performance up to unprovoked anxiety attacks, depression, and shortness of breath.

Fine dust

Fine dust is so small that it can remain suspended in the air and be breathed in.
Dust dispersed in the air is able to absorb toxic gases and vapors by increasing the concentrations of polluting gases carried by PM10 and PM2.5 particles that reach the lungs.
By binding to the radon gas present in the air, they create a dangerous combination. International scientific studies have shown that fine dust can facilitate the transmission of viruses by accelerating viral epidemics.

Volatile organic component

They are a major cause of indoor pollution.
These are chemical compounds capable of volatilizing, that is, of evaporating easily in the air.
There are many sources of VOC pollution in indoor environments: cosmetic products, heating devices, cleaning materials, and cigarette smoke.
It is important to pay attention to these pollutants because they negatively affect the health of humans.
This risk can be prevented by monitoring indoor air.

Carbon dioxide

CO2 (carbon dioxide) is an odorless and colorless gas present in the atmosphere in limited concentrations.
In addition to being a gas responsible for global warming, it is a gas that also affects problems related to the quality of air in enclosed spaces.
As CO2 levels increase in an enclosed space, the cognitive abilities of the people who work or live in such environments decrease.
The increase in CO2 levels in the environment can cause damage to the respiratory tract.
This is why it is important to make sure that the air we breathe indoors is free of VOCs and CO2.

Perfect for any indoor environment

Radoff Life constantly monitors the levels of radon gas in the environment and initiates an automatic remediation action as soon as they become critical. This patented system for remedying indoor environments up to 70 square meters cleans the air of carbon dioxide, volatile organic compounds and fine dust which, by binding with the radon particles, increases exponentially the health risk even at low concentrations. Taking care of the air also means taking care of ourselves.

The true value of technology

A phygital device that combines big data, artificial intelligence, IoT, thermodynamics, chemistry and classical physics to systematize the countless variables related to the spread of radon in the environment and ensure a modern and definitive answer to the problem.
Always connected with you
Radoff Life is always connected with you wherever you are. It provides the user with all the information on its operation in real time through a simple application for iOS and Android smartphones or web interface, which can be integrated with Alexa and Google Home devices, so as to keep the user always updated on what is happening in his or her home.
Minimal design
Thanks to its minimal design, Radoff Life adapts perfectly to any style or environment.
Within your budget
Unlike all other remediation devices on the market, Radoff Life reduces the risk of radon gas without the need to resort to expensive renovations.

What do the measured values ​​mean?

The value of the concentration of radon in indoor air depends on many factors. To know the concentration of radon in your home it’s necessary to carry out a measurement to evaluate the associated risk.

0-75 Bq/mc

It is estimated that around 10 in 1,000 people will get lung cancer. Double the risk of a motorway accident.

75-150 Bq/mc

It is estimated that about 20 in 1,000 people will get lung cancer. Risk 100 times higher than that of a plane crash.

150-300 Bq/mc

It is estimated that about 50 in 1,000 people will get lung cancer. Risk 110 times higher than that of a fire.

300-400 Bq/mc

It is estimated that around 60 in 1,000 people will get lung cancer. Risk 80 times higher than that of a drowning.

Ask Alexa or Google Home how the air quality is

Radoff Life is connected with you at all times.

You can check the parameters measured in real time or view the data recorded in the previous days via the dedicated app downloadable for free on Ios or Android smartphones.

You can pair the device with Alexa or Google Home to know what you are breathing.

Find out how to get your first Radoff device

We have a unique relationship with each of our customers. We talk and listen to each other to offer more than just a simple device, but a real answer to improve the quality of the air we breathe.