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Question: Which is more accurate in measuring formaldehyde: air sampling tubes vs RKI FP-30?

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by BostonFern | January 14, 2020 20:52 | #22308


I need to figure out the level of formaldehyde in my house. I know I can use different methods and each has its pros and cons. Right now I need to know whether the air sampling tubes is more or less accurate than RKI FP-30.



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